When selecting a castor oil, consider the black owned brands presented below.  

Castor oil is extracted from the seeds of the plant Ricinis communis.  According to Black Doctor.org, castor oil has many uses.  These include uses for health and beauty.  Castor oil helps with managing split ends, treating skin conditions such as acne, pain management, and promoting digestive health.  Furthermore, castor oil is an excellent moisturizer for the face.  These benefits explain why castor oil is a common ingredient in hair and beauty products.

Black castor oil (e.g., from Jamaica or Haiti), that is extracted using the traditional roasting method, is said to be especially good for Afro-textured hair.  This method increases the mineral and alkaline levels within the castor oil.  Consequently, black castor oil serves as a moisturizer of both the hair and skin, and can promote hair growth.  In choosing a castor oil then, it is a good idea to consider the type and method of extraction. 

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  • Anita Grant (advertisement) (Organic Virgin Castor Oil, 2.02 ounces;  Monoi de Tahiti Castor Hair Oil, 3.38 ounces)  Products are pictured below (advertisement)

  • Briogeo Hair (advertisement) (Organic, cold press 100% Castor Oil)

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  • BLK + GRN (advertisement) (100% Haitian Black Castor Oil. 3.4. ounces) Use the code shopwithleslie for a discount.

  • Asim Supreme Products (Jamaican Black Castor Oil with vitamin E, minerals, protein and antibacterial, 4 ounces)

  • Kreyòl Essence on Amazon (advertisement)

  • Sunny Isle Jamaican Castor Oil on Amazon (advertisement)

  • Taliah Waajid (Jamaican Black Castor Oil, Original, Extra Dark, and with lemongrass 4 and 8 ounces)

  • Taliah Waajid on Amazon (advertisement)

In reviewing these companies and products, I hope you find a castor oil that works for you.

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  1. Atkins, Chelsea. "What's the difference between Jamaican and Haitian black castor oil?" 7 July, 2015 https://www.naturallycurly.com/curlreading/curl-products/whats-the-difference-between-jamaican-haitian-black-castor-oil
  2. Black Doctor.org. "9 strange yet effective uses for castor oil." 2 March, 2017.  https://blackdoctor.org/512608/9-strange-yet-effective-uses-for-castor-oil/
  3. Hairnbyutwriter.  Black Hair Spot.  "What is Jamaican black castor oil? https://blackhairspot.com/blog/hair-talk/what-is-jamaican-black-castor-oil/
  4. Kandola, Aaron.  "Benefits of castor oil for the face and skin." 28 October, 2017.  https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/319844.php
  5. Watson, LaToya.  "3 differences between castor oil and Jamaican black castor oil."  12 March, 2015.   http://www.naturalhairrules.com/differences-castor-oil-jamaican-black-castor-oil/
  6. Wikipedia, 22 December, 2017. "Castor Oil." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castor_oil

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  1. I use castor oil from time to time. I need to check out some of these brands.

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