Castor oil is a great oil for black hair in general. The denseness of the oil helps seal in moisture, add shine, tame frizz, and soften hair.
Jamaican Black Castor oil has been around for a while and most people use it for hair growth. However, the smell can turn one off even though castor oil is great for your hair!
Here are the main two differences in apricot castor oil and black castor oil.
Black Castor Oil is Roasted!
Whenever a product is heated many of the nutrients and enzymes are often destroyed in the process. This is not to say black castor oil is not good, it´s that it should be noted that it should not be reported as a richer oil. The process of getting the dark color involves adding ash from roasted castor beans into the oil.
Apricot Castor Oil is Cold Pressed!
The advantage of cold pressing is that you do not degrade any of the oil using heat.
If your scalp is healthy, good oil will aid in hair growth. So if you want thicker, longer and healthier hair Apricot Castor Oil is excellent for promoting hair growth. Rich in essential fatty acids. It’s great for shiny healthier, looking hair too.
Apricot Castor oil is the best of both worlds by combining Castor Oil Pure Organic Cold Pressed Virgin 4 Oz
and Apricot Kernel Oil Organic Pure Cold Pressed 4 Oz for the perfect combination of adding health to your hair.
Apricot Castor OIL has no:
- NO Salt
- NO Heat
- NO Thickness
- NO Dark Color
- NO Ashes Added
- NO White Residue
- NO Pungent Smell
- NO Woody Burnt Smell
- NO Weighing Down Hair
- NO Sticky, Pasty Feel
- NO Roasting of the Castor Beans
Thirsty Roots Apricot Castor Oil – $12
Tropic Isle Living Jamaican Black Castor Oil, 4 Ounce $6.99
Sunny Isle Jamaican Black Castor Oil 4oz $9.49
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