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Jamaican Mango And Lime Hair Products For Dreads & Locks 

For some men & women, taking care of the hair involves many steps. To have and maintain a healthy head of hair, jamaican mango and lime hair is one of the best products available to help you accomplish just that. Jamaican mango and lime shampoos, shea butter conditioning shine conditioner, spray, locking creme wax, lock gro, black castor oil extra dark, locking firm wax, no more itch gro spray, locking gel for dreads, tingle shampoo, twist and lock gel, mango locking gel, resistant formula locking gel, transition natural, cactus gro, body lotion with Shea Butter retains moisture and slowly eliminates aging signs and much more. With the goodness of antibacterial and moisturizing properties of Jamaican oils you can treat a plethora of hair issues. Most importantly, they help prevent hair fall and treat other issues like dandruff.
TIP - Jamaican secret for longer hair. Mix coconut oil and Jamaican black castor oil. Heat them. Apply to unwashed hair for about 1 hour before rinsing off. Jamaican Black Castor Oil is one of the best products, It benefits Hair & Skin both. Helps Fight Signs Of Aging, Moisturizes & Strengthens hair.

Jamaican Black Castor Oils has many features and benefits that include:

    1. Helps repair, nourish and protect damaged hair and skin
    2. Soothing and fast-absorbing
    3. Strengthens and protects hair from heat during thermal styling
    4. Use as a daily moisturizer for hair and scalp
    5. Promotes skin radiance
    6. Helps to protect and repair cuticles
    7. Moisturizes skin and nails
      • Understanding What’s Inside Jamaican Mango & Lime Locking Gel

        It is assumed that the ingredients are listed in order of strength, from most concentration to least.

        1. Deionized Water– Good Ingredient – Used as a solvent.
        2. Polyquaternium 37– Cautionary Ingredient – Used to keep down fly-aways due to static electricity. Also used as a hair fixative, so this means it can build up in your hair with repeated use, making it sticky or crunchy.
        3. VPDMAPA/ Acrylate Copolymer– Cautionary Ingredient – Film-forming/ plasticizing polymer. Can build up and get sticky.
        4. Propylene Glycol– Cautionary Ingredient – Is a form of mineral oil, an alcohol produced by fermentation of yeast and carbohydrates. Humectant that is a clear, colorless, thick liquid that can also be used to dissolve ingredients and carry moisture in a product.
        5. Diazolidinyl Urea– Cautionary Ingredient – Preservative that has had some controversy for being a formaldehyde-releasing preservative that can cause skin irritation. Works best against molds and yeasts but it needs to be used with other preservatives, such as parabens.
        6. Methylparaben– Cautionary Ingredient – A food grade preservative that is potentially harmful.
        7. Propylparaben– Cautionary Ingredient – A food grade preservative that is potentially harmful.
        8. Mango Butter (Mangifera Indica)– Okay Ingredient – Used for conditioning and as a humectant.
        9. Lime Extract (Tilia Cordata)– Avoid Using Ingredient – Can be drying to the hair and irritating to the scalp and it may cause skin irritation and/or sun sensitivity.
        10. Virgin Coconut Oil (Coco Nucifera)– Good Ingredient – Very good moisturizing oil. Can penetrate the cortex, so it may be able to make hair stronger.
        11. Chlorophyll– Okay Ingredient – Classified as not expected to be potentially toxic or harmful and its not suspected to be an environmental toxin.
        12. Green Tea Extract (Camellia Sinensis)– Good Ingredient – Green tea comes from the leaves of an evergreen bush or small tree from Asia. It is soothing and can reduce inflammation on the skin but it can’t do anything for the hair.
        13. Fragrance (Parfum)– Cautionary Ingredient – The word “fragrance” or “parfum” on the product label represents an undisclosed mixture of various scent chemicals and ingredients used as fragrance dispersants such as diethyl phthalate. Fragrance mixes have been associated with allergies, dermatitis, respiratory distress and potential effects on the reproductive system.
        14. Yellow  (CI 47005)– Okay Ingredient – Yellow food coloring found in products for teeth, bath products, conditioners, and shampoos.
        15. Red  (CI17200)– Okay Ingredient – Red coloring ingredient used in lipstick and blush.

      Jamaican Mango And Lime Hair Products For Dreads & Locks 

      For some men & women, taking care of the hair involves many steps. To have and maintain a healthy head of hair, jamaican mango and lime hair is one of the best products available to help you accomplish just that. Jamaican mango and lime shampoos, shea butter conditioning shine conditioner, spray, locking creme wax, lock gro, black castor oil extra dark, locking firm wax, no more itch gro spray, locking gel for dreads, tingle shampoo, twist and lock gel, mango locking gel, resistant formula locking gel, transition natural, cactus gro, body lotion with Shea Butter retains moisture and slowly eliminates aging signs and much more. With the goodness of antibacterial and moisturizing properties of Jamaican oils you can treat a plethora of hair issues. Most importantly, they help prevent hair fall and treat other issues like dandruff.
      TIP - Jamaican secret for longer hair. Mix coconut oil and Jamaican black castor oil. Heat them. Apply to unwashed hair for about 1 hour before rinsing off. Jamaican Black Castor Oil is one of the best products, It benefits Hair & Skin both. Helps Fight Signs Of Aging, Moisturizes & Strengthens hair.

      Jamaican Black Castor Oils has many features and benefits that include:

        1. Helps repair, nourish and protect damaged hair and skin
        2. Soothing and fast-absorbing
        3. Strengthens and protects hair from heat during thermal styling
        4. Use as a daily moisturizer for hair and scalp
        5. Promotes skin radiance
        6. Helps to protect and repair cuticles
        7. Moisturizes skin and nails
          • Understanding What’s Inside Jamaican Mango & Lime Locking Gel

            It is assumed that the ingredients are listed in order of strength, from most concentration to least.

            1. Deionized Water– Good Ingredient – Used as a solvent.
            2. Polyquaternium 37– Cautionary Ingredient – Used to keep down fly-aways due to static electricity. Also used as a hair fixative, so this means it can build up in your hair with repeated use, making it sticky or crunchy.
            3. VPDMAPA/ Acrylate Copolymer– Cautionary Ingredient – Film-forming/ plasticizing polymer. Can build up and get sticky.
            4. Propylene Glycol– Cautionary Ingredient – Is a form of mineral oil, an alcohol produced by fermentation of yeast and carbohydrates. Humectant that is a clear, colorless, thick liquid that can also be used to dissolve ingredients and carry moisture in a product.
            5. Diazolidinyl Urea– Cautionary Ingredient – Preservative that has had some controversy for being a formaldehyde-releasing preservative that can cause skin irritation. Works best against molds and yeasts but it needs to be used with other preservatives, such as parabens.
            6. Methylparaben– Cautionary Ingredient – A food grade preservative that is potentially harmful.
            7. Propylparaben– Cautionary Ingredient – A food grade preservative that is potentially harmful.
            8. Mango Butter (Mangifera Indica)– Okay Ingredient – Used for conditioning and as a humectant.
            9. Lime Extract (Tilia Cordata)– Avoid Using Ingredient – Can be drying to the hair and irritating to the scalp and it may cause skin irritation and/or sun sensitivity.
            10. Virgin Coconut Oil (Coco Nucifera)– Good Ingredient – Very good moisturizing oil. Can penetrate the cortex, so it may be able to make hair stronger.
            11. Chlorophyll– Okay Ingredient – Classified as not expected to be potentially toxic or harmful and its not suspected to be an environmental toxin.
            12. Green Tea Extract (Camellia Sinensis)– Good Ingredient – Green tea comes from the leaves of an evergreen bush or small tree from Asia. It is soothing and can reduce inflammation on the skin but it can’t do anything for the hair.
            13. Fragrance (Parfum)– Cautionary Ingredient – The word “fragrance” or “parfum” on the product label represents an undisclosed mixture of various scent chemicals and ingredients used as fragrance dispersants such as diethyl phthalate. Fragrance mixes have been associated with allergies, dermatitis, respiratory distress and potential effects on the reproductive system.
            14. Yellow  (CI 47005)– Okay Ingredient – Yellow food coloring found in products for teeth, bath products, conditioners, and shampoos.
            15. Red  (CI17200)– Okay Ingredient – Red coloring ingredient used in lipstick and blush.
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