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Fountain Jamaican Black Castor Oil Hair Food Review

 We have put together a compilation of reviews from across the internet. See what people are saying about Fountain's Hair Food for your self. These reviews were taken from www.JamaicanOils.com, stockist of the Fountain products Product Reviews Best Product I ever tried.  Posted by Chaloone on 15th Feb 2013 I love this oil, makes my feel great, I notice my hair starts growing within a week of use. I would recommend to any one, I almost finish with my bottle I will definitely order nore. Misturizes well !  Posted by Sandra on 20th Jan 2013 I think I will continue to use thi product. It works well on the dryness and managebility of my coarse/dry hair. Great Product  Posted by...

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Win One of 5 x Real Black Jamaican Black Castor Oil

   Win One of 5 x Fountain 'Real Black' Jamaican Black Castor Oil (100% Pure JBCO) SHARE to ENTER! Enter before April 15th 2013. UK & EU only. Enter our Competition on Facebook. Select the 'Competition Time' Tab, Enter Your Email and Share to Enter our Competition. Not One, Not Two but FIVE Winners.  Enter NOW! Fountain Jamaican Black Castor Oil Real Black "Just like Mama used to mek" LIMITED EDITION Steeped in the annals of Jamaican history, black castor oil has been a fixture in many a home, both in Jamaica and the homes of expatriates. Renowned as a hair growth, thickening, moisturizing and conditioner, castor oil, particularly the Jamaican way of processing has been a hair grooming aid &...

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From the Blog: Bantu Knots

Taken from the AfroDeity Blog: www.afrodeity.co.uk: I did my first Bantu knots (well twisted up two strand twists) today and I thought I would share a few pictures and a video with you.  After I washed my hair, I applied a very small amount of the Okra Hair Milk to my damp Hair. I then rubbed coconut oil into my scalp and sealed with Fountain Jamaican Black Castor Oil Hair Food which as you know is my favorite JBCO.  First I had to unravel the knots and think about how to style them. On the fist day I finger combed my hair and left the defined curl pattern in. A Day later in my Born to be Beautiful Tee. Video, I...

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Shipping Changes

 Hi All  We have decided to remove the Economy postage from the AfroDeity Store as we felt this method was unreliable and did not get items to our customers fast enough. Unfortunately this brings an end to our FREE SHIPPING. However it does mean that you should expect your products to arrive within 1 - 2 days. Thank you for taking the time to read this article and we hope that this means an end to delayed items. Kindest Regards The AfroDeity Sales Team

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