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Tropic Isle Dwelling Jamaican Black Castor Oil, four Ounce

  • Will rapidly stimulate hair development
  • Thicken hair that is thinning
  • Fix or prevent hair hurt

Tropic isle’s dwelling jamaican black castor oil is a rich, light-weight brown oil which is processed the aged fashioned way by roasting the castor bean. Jamaican black castor oil origin can be traced back again to ethiopia, africa. It really is believed that this organic castor oil originally came to jamaica from slaves taken from africa. Jamaican elders failed to squander any time in finding the numerous makes use of for this oil. Black castor oil is a excellent addition to any hair or skincare routine. This castor oil can be use as is or include to your favorite hair items.

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  1. 402 of 431 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Wow! Just… WOW!!!, March 6, 2013
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    kissmy6

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    This review is from: Tropic Isle Living Jamaican Black Castor Oil, 4 Ounce (Health and Beauty)
    Because of this product, I no longer use Minoxidil or Latisse!!! A MUST-buy for your hair, eyebrows, and eyelashes! Yes, Eyelashes!! This gem of an oil is our #1 best kept beauty secret ladies! (And gentlemen, of course) Let me tell you the 3 major ways this oil has changed my life.

    1) Hair: Female hairloss is a family trait that I have been blessed with. I have very fine hair to begin with, and it started thinning in my late 20’s. I used Minoxidil for the last 2 years to help with this. It’s very expensive for daily use and really trashes the exisiting hair you have, especially if it’s longer. It did not help me to regrow any hair, but it did stop more from falling out. About 2 months ago I learned about this product and immidiately noticed a difference. Withing a couple of weeks my hair was fuller, and I had regrowth! I’m talking about new hair, growing fast, and the condition of the length of my hair improved so much! At bedtime, I use an eyedropper and massage a few drops into my scalp every night. It’s amazing!

    2) Eyebrows: In my teens I tweezed my eyebrows to practically nothing. Then when I decided to grow them out in my 20’s they grew back patchy and I still had to draw and fill them in. I thought I would have to do this for the rest of my life, but I thought since I had such great success using the oil on my hair, maybe, just maybe it could help my brows. And I was blown away! My eyebrows started growing back after about a week of using this daily. After 1 month, they are almost to where they were before I went tweezer crazy (and that was over 15 years ago!) They are so much fuller and the bald patches are filling in nicely. I no longer have to “draw” them in, just simply groom and define them. For me, this is amazing. I was always self concious of anyone, even my hubby of 12 years, seeing me without my eyebrows on. Now, I actually look normal without any make-up. lol. I just dip a q-tip in some of the oil and apply to my eyebrows evey night before bed.

    3) Eyelashes: Naturally since my hair was, hehe I love saying WAS, so fine and thinning, my eyelashes were as well. They were fuller in my teens so I never thought I would have a problem with them. But now in my thirties, they began to thin, and were even alot shorter than I remember. I used Latisse and must say I had good results from it. But, the product was expensive for me to keep using. Finances are troublesome for my family right now and I had to make some cut-backs on “luxury” items. I cried as I watched my eyelashes lose their fullness and length. So, of course with the great results I had with my hair and eyebrows, I decided to try this on my lashes. I am so glad I did! My eyelashes are fuller, softer, longer, conditioned, and don’t fall out anymore. I use a spoolie brush, but Q-tips or an old clean mascara wand will do just as good. I apply it to my top and bottom lashes very close to the lash line every night before bed, and also on my top lashes before applying make-up in the morning.

    This is such an easy thing to add to your daily regimen, and is so much cheaper than buying all of the other products I formerly used. I encourage everyone to try this. It really is no joke. This little bottle of oil has changed my life!

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  2. 305 of 360 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Temple Hair Makes a Fast Reappearance, January 5, 2011
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    J. Baker
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    This review is from: Tropic Isle Living Jamaican Black Castor Oil, 4 Ounce (Health and Beauty)
    I purchased this product to help regrow my temple hair, which was ripped out by tight, weave-enhanced cornrows. When I say ripped out, I mean ripped out — folicles and all, to the point that it was just shiny skin. I put this stuff on it maybe three times a week and in two weeks I had a reasonable amount of hair there, and in four weeks the hair was the length it was pre-cornrows. Maybe it as my natural hair growth cycle, I don’t know. But I had my temple hair ripped out by weave six years ago and it took two months for it to grow back. So I’m going to give this black castor oil the credit.

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  3. 22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I use this religiously for almost everything!, June 22, 2014
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    I got this out of desperation (heard good things about healing scars and overplucked eyebrows). I had maybe 10% faith, but because at that moment I couldn’t afford the more expensive chemical concoctions, I chose this. After few months I swear by this and other natural oils, and I’m the type of person who normally scoffs at natural remedies.

    It smells like sesame oil, and is really hard to spread. Put too much on and you’ll break out from the greasiness clogging your pores. But use tiny drops and this is amazing. I put mine on those cotton pads and gently dab all over face, then rub over eyebrows and lips. Let me tell you what it does for my sensitive skin:
    Mosquitoes love me. I always get huge bumps that inflame and itch pretty bad, lasting for days. I rub the oil on and they go down within 20 minutes, no itching, no redness.
    I bit my lip, hard. Rubbed a bit of oil and the thing never swelled like it usually does. Can be used instead of chapstick. A lot healthier and less addictive.
    Dry nostrils or dust/pollen allergies? Forget the addictive nose-spray. I just dip a q-tip in the oil and swab my nose. Instant moisturizing relief that lasts for days and I like to thing it purifies the boogers.
    Over-plucked eyebrows and/or thin eyelashes? I put this on once a day for a few months, and my brows grew back and got thicker (yay) and my lashes got longer. If you stop applying it on the lashes, they’ll go back to being thin. Depends on you.
    Got red/itchy eyes and no visine or lanoline on hand? I put a wee bit in my eye. It’s better if you do this before bed, otherwise your vision will suck and your eye area will be greasy and gross. The redness doesn’t fade right away, but it helps with the pain and infection.
    Sunburned and no aloe vera? Rubbed this on my burnt shoulders and neck, the next morning the redness and pain was completely gone. My fiancée couldn’t believe my sunburn was gone that fast. It also smoothes out the wrinkles I have on my shoulders from too many sunburns, so I imagine it will work well for the older folks. Also great for those dry, rough and itchy spots on your knees and elbows!
    Overdried hands and brittle nails from too much dishwashing? Dry, achy, swollen feet from running around all day? Soak them in a warm bath, and massage a generous portion of heated (warm the bottle in hot water) castor oil into them for a few minutes, and then put on cotton gloves and socks. Go to bed wearing those. Wake with sweet baby hands and feet, and reinforced nail cuticles. Thank me later.

    You can also mix this with other oils to create a super cream. I have yet to combine it with coconut/avocado/grapeseed/almond oil, whatever else I stocked up on. They’re all good on their own though. Also, if the smell bothers you, put in few drops of your favorite essential oil.

    I heard the best use of this is for hair, but my scalp is pretty good anyway and I find it hard to apply and even harder to wash out, and it limps on me (medium length wavy fine hair) so maybe this is better for you ladies (and guys) with long, thick, dry, wild hair. I heard it works for some balding guys, too, but I can’t vouch for the hair properties at all (excluding eyebrows and eyelashes!)

    The big bottle is a good deal too. Had it for few months and not even 1/4 way down yet.
    Oh, and please don’t ingest this, unless you want to pay homage to the porcelain god.
    Also be careful to not get it on clothes, it’s pretty hard to get the stain out.

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