Mizani Confiderm Scalp Oil: Itchy Scalp

I have previously posted on one of the regimes you can use to help with itchy scalp in Itchy Scalp: AfroCaribbean hair.

Another excellent everyday product is Mizani Confiderm Scalp Oil. Although a bit more expensive than some of the other scalp oils @ aprox. £12.
It smells awesome and really helped soothed my scalp. I applied this every other day and found it quite effective.
It is available from AfroTherapy and Look Fantastic

Description on Look Fantastic
Soothe your scalp while relieving itching, drying and flaking associated with chemical treatments with this light, luxurious oil from MIZANI. Comfiderm Scalp Oil is formulated with jojoba and avocado oil for optimum moisture replenishment.

MIZANI Comfiderm Scalp Oil’s botanical-rich blend of nature's own soothing agents and moisturizers relieves the scalp while essential oils provide a natural source of vitamins. This versatile and fragrant soothing scalp oil effectively relaxes, lubricates and restores balance to the hair and scalp.

Directions of use:
  • Section your hair with a comb.
  • Apply a small amount of Comfdiderm Scalp Oil to your scalp.
  • Massage and style as usual.

Have you tried this and had similar results??

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Yards Finest JBCO

I was just doing a random search for Jamaican Black Castor oil when I stumbled upon the Organic Oils section of Proud Lady Hair Care and noticed that they sell Jamaican Black Castor Oil.

The brand is Yards Finest
Only £5.00, a nice alternative if you are looking for a cheaper brand. I haven't tried this personally, but if you have please comment there are a lot of ladies trying to find a good source of JBCO.

Let me know what you think

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Itchy Scalp: AfroCaribbean Hair


Tired of itchy scalp? Since I started taking care of my hair a few years back I have noticed that itchy scalp is less of a problem for me. However I know this is an issue that affects so many women that I thought it needed address again.

Here are some things I do on a regular basis to combat itchy scalp.

Pre Shampoo Treatments
Add a drop or two of tea tree or peppermint essential oil to a carrier oil like argan, jojoba massage into scalp, cover with plastic cap for 15 - 30 minutes.
UPDATE: Fountain Jamaican Black Castor Oil is infused with Peppermint so I like to use this to for my pre shampoo treatment to keep my scalp fresh.


Regular Wash Days
Keeping your scalp healthy and clean. Use an SLS Free Shampoo, as if you have a sensitive scalp these chemicals can irritate your scalp. Remember Shampoo Roots, Condition Strands.

Dry Hair Properly after Washing
Mould can grow more easily in a damp scalp, make sure to dry your hair propperly before going to bed. Mould and microorganisms can cause dry scalp problems.

Eliminate products that contain alcohol. Alcohol is a powerful drying agent.

Deep Condition weekly
Deep Condition with a mixture of Jamaican Black Castor Oil and a Protein conditioner. I also alternate conditioning with a moisturising conditioner, Tressame Natural Moisture Conditioner. There are also several tea tree and peppermint conditioners on the market. Also see Tropic Isle Living JBCO Protein Conditioner

Leave In Oil (for scalp)
Tropic Isle Red Roots Pimento Oil - Promotes strong, healthy growing hair. Contains Jamaican Red Pimento Oil, Jamaican Black Castor Oil, Wheat Germ, and Organic Coconut Oil. Apply to a clean scalp so ensure you wash hair regularly.

I do the above and keep my scalp clean and free of product build up.

Hope this helps!

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Elasta QP: Leave in Conditioners

Hi All,

I have been struggling a bit to remember which leave in conditioner, I used before Mixed chicks and morroccan oil styling creme which I have been trialling over the last few months. They have both finished and I needed a new leave in. I decided to go back to the Ekasta QP range which I had great results from. The only problem was the last time I bought any of this stuff I was in Canada. After a bit if research using the AfroDeity's Where to Buy Directory I found them in two places at really good prices £ 2.49 - £ 4.99.

  • Elasta QP H-Two Leave-in Moisture Sealing Conditioner - £2.49
H-Two adds lighweight moisture to give increadible luster and body to hair. Skin protein strenthens hair fiber while botanical extracts protect hair from thermal styling tools.

  • Elasta QP Mango Butter Moisturiser £4.99
Moisturisng Butters of Mango and Cocoa produce this intensely rich protecting treatment Olive and Coconut target dry ends and prevent damage.

  • Elasta OP Recovery Anti Breakage Oil Moisturiser with Olive Oil - £2.99
Helps restore soft, silky -smooth hair texture with radoant shine. Perfect for dry, damaged, overprocessed hair to instantly moisturise leaving lon lasting body and movemnet without frizz or build up.

  • Elasta QP Recovery Moisturiser - £2.99
Elasta QP Recovery is an oil moisturiser designed to revive dull, dry, damaged or chemically treated hair. Moisturising botanical extracts of Birch, Chamomile, Rosemary and emollient coconut oil give long lasting softness and elasticity.

I have only good things to say baout this range, especially the fact that they dont lie on your hair levaing it greasy. Also at a very inexpensive price another good range to buy!

Roots and Sculpture and AfroDesire both stock these products and are both good online stores worth investigating

Hope this is helpful to anyone else trying to find Elasta QP

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