Jamaican Black Castor Oil vs Ojon Oil

Tuesday, July 06, 2010






Jamaican Black Castor Oil
Jamaican Black Castor Oil is known to cleanse toxins from the scalp, nourish and thicken the hair, stimulate hair growth, moisturise dry brittle hair, repair split ends, and give hair body and bounce
Cost: Can range from as low as £4 to £17 depending on retailer.

Availability: Can be extremely hard to get hold of in the United Kingdom, if you still cant get hold of this please see Antidote Street - Where to buy Jamaican Black Castor Oil. So far no one has contacted AfroDeity to let us know of any in store places outside of London that supply Jamaican Black Castor Oil. Answers on a postcard.

Antidote Street

Overall, this Jamaican Black Castor Oil is extremely popular amongst the black hairistocracy. It has been known to have a distinct aroma which some can find unpleasant but people still clamour for this product. (Fountain is scented with Peppermint) Personally, I love this product. The thickness my hair has gained from continued use has made me a believer. Competitive price and the fact that it actually works by preventing that continual breakage, makes me a fan.

8/10.


Ojon Oil

The secret of the Tawira’s strong, healthy, shiny hair lies within the tropical Ojon tree. The 100% pure and highly concentrated oil of the Ojon tree hydrates, strengthens, and restores the healthy look and feel of hair, leaving it soft, silky, shiny, and totally manageable. While there is a variety of Ojon products available on the market today, most of them can be used by any woman with any type of hair.



Cost: Products can range from £12 - 39 depending on the product, my particular favourite from this range is the Ojon® Hair Care Restorative Treatment


Availability: Can be bought from your local John Lewis store or online.

Overall, Ojon oil doesnt smell as bad as JBCO but still a distinct smell. Can be used on any hair texture, not know for its thickening power like JBCO, but helps with manageability and some products are great for hydration.
 6/10.


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Leilu

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