Foxbrim Pure Castor Oil Review – A Cost Saving Spa - Grow Your Hair Faster

Foxbrim Pure Castor Oil Review – A Cost Saving Spa - Grow Your Hair Faster

Foxbrim Pure Castor Oil Review – A Cost Saving Spa

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Foxbrim Pure Castor Oil Review – A Cost Saving Spa

Product: Foxbrim Pure Castor Oil ReviewPrice:  $15.19Cheapest Place to Buy: Amazon.comSize of Container: 4 oz/ 120mLGuarantee: Full Refund if Not SatisfiedMy Rating: 9.5 out of 10

Foxbrim Pure Castor Oil, Product Overview

I have some bad blood with Jamaican Black Castor Oil but didn’t want to give up on Castor Oil itself, so I tried Foxbrim Pure Castor Oil. It comes in a 4 oz colored glass bottle which I find it a perfect size, to actually use the Castor Oil before going bad. The Foxbrim Pure Castor Oil is hexane-free,  cold-pressed and unrefined, which means that it still has the mojo inside (omega 6 and omega 9 fatty acids). It is certified organic by Ecocert Ico and has a USDA organic label.  The oil runs thick and transparent, it has no scent. It is sheer joy and in I am going to be walking you through some of my personal “favorite” aspects of the Foxbrim Pure Castor Oil within this review.

It’s Inexpensive, Cost Saving Spa

I used to quite regularly buy “top notch” products that promised me a thick, shiny mane and deeply moisturized hair. One product for strong ends, another for shine and softness, the third one for volume… A small bottle of 2oz hairdresser’s invisible oil, cost me over $10…so I did the math and realized I was burning money..a lot of money.

All of these things (and more) can be done with Foxbrim Pure Castor Oil and you can use it in combination with other products you already have.

I did a lot of research on which Castor Oil to use because I was decided to go with Jamaican Black Castor Oil, but then did some further research and chickened out because, I started loosing hair when using it – I did have a hunch, Jamaican Black Castor Oil may be to strong for me. However, I then discovered Foxbrim Pure Castor oil..and man, I’m glad I did.

I tried several application of using Foxbrim Pure Castor Oil;

As a mask once a week on dry scalp. I simply massaged a small amount of Oil into my scalp and let it sit overnight. In the morning I washed my hair as I normally would.

As a mask once a week on damp scalp.  I washed my hair, gently towel dry it and massaged the Oil into my scalp. Then let it sit for few hours and wash my hair again. I think this damp hair mask is better from the point of scalp absorbing the oil, but not so good because more washing means drier hair. Why didn’t I just get my scalp damp and wash it only after oil treatment? Because in order to get better absorption, you need to clean it.

As a mask once a week on my damp hair ends. I put a mini drop of Oil in my damp ends (after washing), and it worked wonders. Hair ends sat moist and shinny, kind of heavy but in a good way, a healthy way.

I did hear “Do not put castor oil on your hair, it will make a greasy lump.” However, I had to try it for myself – it’s true

**One and only con of Foxbrim Pure Castor Oil is that the bottle doesn’t come with applicator because putting Oil onto your scalp might get little messy and über greasy. I was lucky and found an oil stash of pipettes in my drawer so I was applying the Oil with pipette. 3-4 drops for entire scalp and 0.5 drop for ends. You can get yourself a pipette in any specialized drug store.

It’s Not Just Hair Though, It’s Everything

Eyebrows.  Scars.  Unbelievable Eyelashes.  Nails. Rough skin on heels.. and skin care in general. Yeah, the Foxbrim Pure Castor Oil is actually multi-purpose oil that you can use it on its own, pure or mixed and diluted with other oils such as Coconut oil, Olive oil, Almond oil…or literally any other oil you are used to use it during your looking-good ritual.

I would recommend you to dilute your Castor oil if you have a sensitive skin or fine hair. I do have fair, fine hair but didn’t experience any downsides of Castor Oil. However, Castor Oil, any kind of it, although completely natural, a heavy product..so start easy.  There are a lot of recipes online where you can actually watch people with their Castor oil (check out Youtube), put together their favorite recipes and walk you through them.

Washing It Off is a Breeze.

I’ve heard/read many people have problems washing Castor Oil off hair. There is a “Yes” and a “No” in my experience. To put things into perspective, this is a thick and heavy oil and if you put it on in excessive amounts (like I did the first time) you end up wearing a cap for 2 days because you are unable to get if off your hair. It doesn’t hurt your hair, it’s just a little annoying. Also, if you apply it through out entire hair length…Cap Days But you know… you do that once or twice and then you learn about what amount of oil suits you and then you are good.

Using Foxbrim Pure Castor Oil on your scalp – in small amounts is an absolute, no worries washing it off scenario.

It’s Conclusive,  Big YES Foxbrim Pure Castor Oil

I am a believer in this product and I know many others that absolutely love their Foxbrim Pure Castor Oil.  I gave it to my girls as well and no complaint, only big, warm smiles…and shiny hair. One minor drawback is the bottle comes without applicator. However, that is the only drawback and if it turns out the Foxbrim Pure Castor Oil isn’t what your expected it comes backed with a full refund guarantee and nothing is lost. For the sake of your hair (and potentially your wallet), using products that actually do their job and aren’t shamefully expensive are only going to do your hair a favor. If this sounds appealing to you, I highly recommend that you pick up your own Foxbrim Pure Castor Oil. I hope you enjoyed this review and if you have any questions about the Foxbrim Pure Castor Oil or want to leave your own personal review, leave a comment below.

Foxbrim Pure Castor Oil Review – A Cost Saving Spa

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