Jamaican Mango And Lime Sproil Spray Oil Review
Looking for a Jamaican Mango And Lime Sproil Spray Oil Review? If I have said it anywhere before that I have a favorite product which isn’t The Jamaican Mango and Lime Sproil Oil then I lied, forgive me.
It is. I must sound so patronizing starting a review with so much hype but believe me the Jamaican Mango And Lime Sproil Spray Oil does it for me.
Just finished locking my dreadlocks and used this after I washed my hair all I can say is WOW. Usually when I loc my hair it’s a 2 hour long process of doing my hair.
I sprayed it in my hair while it was still wet and then parted in to 4 sections and I was done in 15 min. I will be using as a loc spray and will be buying more of this and I just love the tingle.
I first picked the product off a shelf in beauty supply store randomly whilst I was still in my baby locs phase, and it did wonders for my dreads. I also love the smell of it.
To be honest, I have my select “go to” moisturizing products for my hair and scalp. I merely use this sort of as a finisher for the smell and to lock in moisture.
Received a lot of compliments on the smell when people get near me and get a whiff of my dreads!
I use this along with the Jamaican Mango and Lime Cactus Leave-In Moisturizer to start & maintain my hair. This product is strong & gives a strong cooling effect on the scalp.
It contains menthol, so a little goes a long way. The smell goes away after a while & it does keep the hair healthy & moisturized
And wallahi, it does exactly what it says. The part that trips me the most is the strengthening, it’s almost instant.
I had issues with split ends in my awkward phase and Sproil oil helped me through most of it until I couldn’t find it in stores anymore.
There’s also no hardness to the strengthening of your locs strands, there’s a balance, your loc strands still feel conditioned.
A few sprays is what is needed for a full loc head and you’ve got a shine back, making your locs look nice and fresh even if they aren’t.
Jamaican Mango And Lime Sproil Spray Oil also has a tingle feel to it, same with the Mango and Lime Shampoo; so instead of seeing just oil on your scalp, there’s also a feel good feeling to it. You know what I mean.
How To Use Jamaican Mango And Lime Sproil Spray Oil
Directions: Lift and separate locs. Aim nozzle directly at dry, damaged areas on the locks and scalp. Gently massage scalp and tresses.
Use daily as needed. SPROIL rasta locks & Twist products were developed from an ancient Jamaican recipe used by Rastafarians in the fertile hills of Jamaica.
Mango and Lime ingredients are specifically designed to help start and maintain fresh healthy, natural and we’ll groomed locs. For best results use all other Rasta Locks & Twist products as directed.
What Are The Benefits Of The Jamaican Mango And Lime Sproil Spray Oil
- A lightweight, nutrient-rich oil that protects, moisturizes and adds sheen to dry, dull hair
- it Conditions your locs and maintain moisture
- Lubricates scalp and prevents itchy scalp
- Brilliant Shine and promotes healthy hair
Pros Of The Jamaican Mango And Lime Sproil Spray Oil
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- Function: Excellent
- Smell: VeryGood
- Feeling: Excellent
- Texture: Very Good.
Cons Of The Jamaican Mango And Lime Sproil Spray Oil
Watch out though, the Sproil oil can be very oily if not used minimally and the smell isn’t as yummy as the Island oil, it has a menthol-ly twist to it. Not offensive and at the same time it’s not a perfume.
What Types Of Oils Are In The Jamaican Sproil Spray Oil?
- Mineral oil
- basassu oil
- olive oil
- carrot oil
- caster oil
- vitamin E
Can The Jamaican Sproil Spray Oil Be Used On Natural Hair And Will It Help Hair Growth?
Yes you can. Its just oil. It is not likely to promote hair growth.
How Do You Know If Your Locs Has Build Up?
If you have build up, the following symptoms may be present:
- Dry or itchy scalp.
- Difficulty styling hair.
- Greasy, clumpy, or heavy tresses.
- Unwanted casts on the hair (orange or green)
What Causes DreadLocks To Build Up
Build up causes shampoos, conditioners, and other styling essentials to sit on the surface of the hair. This affects both texture and appearance – and prevents products from working effectively. To remove it, you’ll need to determine the cause of the problem, and treat the condition accordingly.
Determine The Underlying Causes To Treat It
This issue can lead to a multitude of challenges. Besides making the hair more difficult to style, build up can also contribute to unsightly flakes and dandruff. Evaluating your symptoms and determining the underlying causes are helpful when it comes to treating this issue.
Symptoms Of Dreadlocks Build Up
If you have Dreadlocks build up, the following symptoms may be present:
- Dry or itchy scalp
- Difficulty styling hair
- Greasy, clumpy, or heavy tresses
- Unwanted casts on the hair (orange or green)
Common Causes For Dreadlocks To Build Up
There are many reasons build up can occur. It may have to do with lifestyle choices, ingredients, or using many different products. Build up on the scalp can be caused by a number of issues, including:
- Chlorine. This is a chemical found in swimming pools. While it is effective at keeping dangerous bacteria at bay, it can also damage the hair, especially if it is colored. It is essential that a clarifying shampoo is used each and every time hair gets wet in a chlorinated pool.
- Hard water. It has a high mineral count that can lead to deposits and minerals gradually building up on the hair shaft. That causes blonde hair to have an orange hue. While shampoos may help, most blondes need to maintain their color by treating the water system.
- Infrequent washing. This is one habit that can cause build up to occur. Since a number of styling products are used on a regular basis (from hairspray to pomade and heat protectants), failing to wash regularly can result in layers upon layers of product. This weighs down hair and impacts the health of your scalp.
- Dirt and oil. These can become embedded in the hair shaft and on the scalp as a result of ineffective cleansing. Make sure you are washing hair properly (working shampoo into the scalp twice and rinsing thoroughly) in order to decrease the risk of build up.
- Shampoos with silicone. Some shampoos contain silicone, which can be both good and bad. Silicone-based products make damaged hair look healthier but can also weigh it down and make it appear lifeless. Switching shampoos or clarifying once a week will reverse the damage.
On a scale of 1 – 10, I whole heartedly will grade the oil as a 9.9. I love it that much… There you have it. My personal favorite loc product ever.
Thanks for reading my Jamaican Mango And Lime Sproil Spray 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.
That’s it for now folks, 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