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Shea moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil masque low porosity hair


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Jamaican Black Castor Oil SheaMoisture Masque - Strengthen and Restore Hair Treatment

This SheaMoisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil masque is the kind of deep conditioning masque that you want to have around because it quickly restores strength and resilience to damaged, brittle or chemically processed hair. Weak hair easily falls out and when used as a strengthener, it can make a big difference by helping to prevent excessive breakage and shedding. As a restorative treatment, this special blend of hair-friendly oils and protein reinforces healthy follicle growth for better overall hair health. A good choice for those who enjoy hair that is permed, color-treated or regularly styled with heating tools.

Formulated with nutrient-rich Jamaican Black Castor Oil, with the addition of certified organic Shea Butter and more. Helps promote natural growth by supporting hair elasticity. This formula also reduces the appearance of breakage and shedding. Peppermint stimulates the scalp for an invigorating experience. Leaves hair soft, manageable and shiny.

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This rich masque is what you need to make heads turn, or quite simply just to feel great about your own hair! Whichever it may be, this rich blend of Jamaican black castor oil and organic Shea butter provide nourishment to your scalp and hair. An invigorating blend of peppermint and apple cider infused into this masque restores damaged and dry hair. This masque will restore your hair to its natural PH balance and ensure that your curls and hair remains smooth, soft, shiny and bouncy. Best applied after shampooing hair.

Why Jamaican Black Castor Oil?

For centuries Castor Oil has been known to have anti-fungal and healing benefits. The plant is also known as Palma Christe(hand of Christ) because the leaves were said to resemble the hand of Christ.Jamaican Black Castor Oil has ash from roasted castor beans mixed into the oil and is rich in minerals, proteins, vitamin E and omega 6 and fatty acids. This is what makes it great for hair growth and nourishment.

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Certified Organic Raw Shea butter replenishes and moisturizes the hair to restore its balance and keep it hydrated. This essential base ensures that the hair remains protected and nourished with essential vitamins and moisture.

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We all know that everyone’s hair is different, based on whether it’s thick or thin, straight or curly, long or short, but hair porosity is a lesser known factor to consider when it comes to taking care of your hair. Stefan Bertin, Brand Ambassador at Shea Moisture says “When we talk about porosity, we’re basically referring to how well our hair is able to absorb and hold on to water or moisture. The outermost part of our hair, or the layer known as the cuticle is what determines how porous your hair is. It determines how much water, how much moisture, how much oil passes in and out of your hair. It exists on a spectrum so you can have low porosity, medium porosity and you can have high porosity.” 

So, what determines hair porosity and how do you determine what yours is? 

“Porosity is often genetic but can also be affected by hormones and age. External factors such as heat, chemical processing, colouring, relaxing, perming, texturising can also affect your porosity” explains Stefan. “Low porosity hair has a tightly packed cuticle. It takes ages to dry and it takes ages to get completely wet even when submerged in water. It doesn’t really absorb conditioner very well, it can be resistant and stubborn towards any chemical processing. It is often very shiny and often very healthy.” 

Sound familiar? Here are Stefan’s top tips for treating low porosity hair. 

– Make sure you are washing with water that is quite warm. Warm water will encourage the cuticle to open and allow absorption of the conditioner that will follow.  

– Try covering your hair with a plastic cap while it has conditioner or deep conditioner on. By doing that, you will trap the heat in and help your cuticle open even further.  

– Dilute your conditioner. A lot of the time a conditioner will be too thick to work its way into low porosity hair. But if it’s mixed with water, it becomes thinner and it can work its way through the gaps in the cuticle.  

– The products you will want to gravitate towards will have ingredients like honey or glycerin in them. They will draw moisture into your hair where sometimes oils will sit on top.  

– Stay away from strengthening products or just using them sparingly if you have low porosity hair. Your hair and cuticle will already naturally have that strength and integrity so adding more can cause it to become brittle. Grab lighter products like sprays, milks, and lotions. 

Is Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil good for low porosity hair?

Tropic Isle Living Jamaican Black Castor Oil Shampoo with Shea Butter works as a clarifying shampoo to help prevent build up that low porosity hair is prone to. It also helps to seal moisture.

Is Shea Moisture good for Low Porosity hair?

Hill advises that the best oils for low-porosity hair are natural lanolin, avocado, jojoba, and shea because they offer “loads of moisture.”

Which mask is best for low porosity hair?

A Mask for Low Porosity Hair Hot oil treatments make a great choice for deep conditioning hair that is low in porosity. Some oils that are good for this type of treatment include grapeseed oil, jojoba oil, argan oil, and coconut oil. You should apply oil treatments to clean and damp or dry hair.

Is castor seed oil good for low porosity hair?

For low porosity hair, lightweight oils are the best for penetration and absorption. Heavier oils like coconut oil, castor oil, or olive oil are heavier and don't benefit low porosity hair because of weight.