Jamaican Mango And Lime Island Oil Review
Are you looking for a Jamaican Mango And Lime Island Oil Review? I have been trying out loads of new stuff lately which I would save for some future post but today I want to review one of my all time favorites, the Jamaican Mango and Lime Island Oil.
The Jamaican Mango and Lime Island Oil smells great and doesn’t have any weird sticky consistency which I know some oils have! I use it mainly on my scalp the tip applicator works perfectly when you have a protective styling and need to get to the roots.
The only downfall is it comes with a top that goes on and off which is very small and easy to lose I wish it just twisted close instead but besides that I am very pleased so far!
I used to use ORS natural shine on my dreads but it still make my dreads feel dry and i didn’t like the after smell after using the product, but after using island oil and doing a hot oil treatment for the first time on my
dreads it feels so moisturize and shiny, i read reviews stating that this dose not cause built up so decided to buy it also after using this product the lovely sweet smell does not linger which is good I wish I used this at the starting of my dreads journey.
Island oil is a mixture of Castor Oil, Carrot Oil, Jojoba Oil, Olive oil, Tea Tree Oil, Mineral oil, coloring and Fragrance. As you can see Island oil is a lot in one mix, each of these oils have several benefits to help groom healthy hair.
Island Oil is a perfect mix for hot oil treatment and can also be used to mositurise your locs and scalp after a shampoo and before re-twisting. What I love the most is the about the Island Oil is the smell. It literally smells like heaven.
I used to use only olive oil from my kitchen to re-twist my locs at some point which was ok, but immediately I switched to Jamaican Mango And Lime Island Oil it put my hair status “on fleek” and compliments started rolling in – “Your hair smells so so nice”.
How To Use Jamaican Mango And Lime Island Oil
How to Use: Apply Island Oil to locks and scalp and twist or lock style with Locking Gel. Hot Oil Treatment: Place Island Oil in a Container of hot water.
Massage evenly with warm moist towel for 8 minutes or place a plastic cap over locks and sit under a dryer for 4 minutes. Rinse with warm water. Apply Locking Gel to root and new growth and twist.
What Are The Benefits Of The Jamaican Mango And Lime Island Oil
- Silicone free hair glossifier
- Perfect combination of Shea Butter and essential oils nourishes hair without weighing it down
- Use after Quench to seal in moisture
- Creates manageable hair with vibrant shine
Pros Of The Jamaican Mango And Lime Island Oil
- The consistency of Island oil is great as well, it is not too thick or sticky, neither is it too light or watery.
Island oil claims the following
- Lubricates scalp; which is very obvious, – Nourish roots; this very agreeable to considering the Natural oils in the mix.- Strengthens locs; again I can agree to this.
- My hair grows consistently since I started this simple regimen. & my hair never has that old hair smell…. it always smells like this oil and it smells SO GOOD
Cons Of The Jamaican Mango And Lime Island Oil
The product is good, it’s the container that’s the problem. The only downfall is it comes with a top that goes on and off which is very small and easy to lose I wish it just twisted close instead but besides that I am very pleased so far!.
What’s In The Jamaican Mango And Lime Island Oil
Ingredients: Paraffinum Liquidum (Mineral Oil), Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Daucus Carota (Carrot) Seed Oil, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea Tree) Leaf Oil, Moringa Oleifera Seed Oil, Tocopherol, Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower) Seed Oil, Honey (Mel)
Do You Have To Have Only Dreads To Use The Jamaican Mango And Lime Island Oil?
Answer:No I doubt it. I don’t have dreads and I’ve been using this product for almost 2 years now. I have cornrows/cainrows or braids. Every region has a different name for it but in Jamaica cainrow worked. Basically using this oil doensn’t apply solely to peopel who have dreads.
Can You Use The Jamaican Island Oil If You Have faux locs?
I believe you can, but this is extremely oily so I would recommend very little being that you have faux locs
Can The Jamaican Island Oil Be Used With Sisterlocks?
Answer: Yes i use it on my locs and i love the smell and how it keeps my locs moisturized.
Can The Jamaican Mango Island Oil Be Used On Dry Or Wet Hair
Answer: This is just a natural oil I use it with both dry and wet hair.
Does The Jamaican Island Oil Help With Itchy Scalp?
Answer: YES it helps with itchy scalps, i use a lil when my scalp gets itchy.
Island Oil vs Stimulating Spray?
Answer: Honestly it depends on your hair type and the age of your locks. Island oil is more mature long locks, Island spray is more for new growing locks that itch a lot.
Thanks for reading my Jamaican Mango And Lime Island Oil Review. Please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below if you have used it and if you haven’t please try.
always remember to keep it loc’d with an attitude. Oh and also check out my other post about the Jamaican Mango And Lime Protein Conditioner Review
On a scale of 1 – 10, I wholeheartedly will grade the oil as a 8.5. I love it that much… There you have it. My personal favorite loc product ever.
You can find the Jamaican Mango And Lime Island Oil on Amazon. Ok folks there you have it.
Till later. Your Loc Head.
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