Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Cayenne Pepper Comparison 5th Edition

Hey All!

It is time to do my bi-monthy comparison of my bald spots. I see if the hair on my bald spots have grown in a bit more since December. To be honest, I have not been using cayenne pepper lately, since I have recently ran out. So I cannot really track my growth with the cayenne, as I would usually. So I have strictly been using my JBCO.


Instead of using it 3 times a week as I did when I was doing the cayenne pepper treatments, I now use JBCO 5-7 times a week directly on my spots, and 3 or 4 times throughout my entire scalp.

The only difference with these comparison pics, is that I took them while my hair was wet, so the hair there is sticking together.



The first set of pics were taken, December 2010. The Second set is from this month.


Do you see any difference? I am hoping that I can speed this process up by using another growth aid. I will keep you guys posted when and if I do.

Oh , and I will be using Sunny Isle Rosemary Jamaican Black Castor Oil, for the next month or two, since some was given to me, I have yet to use it, but I can tell you right now, that it is super dark. I am assuming because of the ash content (all JBCO has ash, because of the process it takes to extract the oil from the seed), but this is way more than I am use to seeing with my Tropical Isle Lavender Jamaican Black Castor Oil, so we will see. I will of course review, after a few uses.

Then I can draw a real comparison between Tropical Isle brand, and Sunny Isle.

~Naomi

4 comments:

  1. Hey cool blog, I subscribed, return the luv sub back.
    Funny, small world both inot the same thing
    ( natural hair).
    I just ordered some more jojoba oil, was gonna get some jamaican castor oil for Amari's hair he got loc'd this summer.
    Shea butter is soo good for hair, also look into Shea mositure products @Target.

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  3. Hey! Thanks for subbing!

    I went natural a year and a half ago, best decision ever! My hair is the healthiest that it's been in years.

    I heard Jojoba oil is the best. Jamaican Black Castor Oil is great for thickening your hair. I didn't know amari locked his hair, cool. I'm stocked on my staples for now, but when I run out, I'll check it out

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  4. hey
    I lost my side burns from years of sewins, my stylist told me to start using rogaine. This may be an option for you too. I just started so I dont have any updates yet

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