Sunny Isle Jamaican Black Castor Oil Remedies for Hair & Skin


In the past few years something wonderful has happened to the human race- awareness. People are becoming more aware to… everything!

The environment, mental illness, other people’s feelings, and mostly- aware of what products we eat and use on a daily basis!

20 years ago, the answer to bad hair or bad skin was often just chemicals! But these days, more and more people have discovered that there are oils you can use to remedy your skin better.

With awareness came demand, and with demand came brilliant people who make unique skin and hair care products. People like Delroy.
Delroy is the owner of SunnyIsleJBCO Etsy shop. This unique shop is dedicated to the unique effects of Jamaican Black Castor Oil on hair and skin.

In their line of skin and hair care products- Jamaican Black Castor Oil is the main ingredient, and the number of things it can be used for- is amazing!!

This shop truly does it all- the complete pharm for men and women, hair and skin, and all with the highest quality Jamaican Black Castor Oil.

if you check out their products you’ll find items like:
Beard-grooming oil for men, hair growth stimulating castor oil and coconut oil hair butter, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein mixed with castor oil shampoo- best for dyed hair, a relaxing mix of Jamaican Black Castor Oil & Ylang Ylang Aromatherapy Oil – great for massages, and a lot more!

These items can be found separately on SunnyIsleJBCO Etsy shop, or in bundles- making them more affordable- and made to give to a person you love!

There is so much information to be found on castor oil and about it’s effects on hair and skin, and if this is something that you care about- go ahead and check out SunnyIsleJBCO Etsy shop’s about us section for more details!

Go to SunnyIsleJBCO Etsy shop today for more!

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