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Apparently almost every Haitian will have seen or used L’huile mascreti which is Haitian castor oil. It can be cold pressed with a yellow color or indeed have ash added to make it Haitian black castor oil.

Most reviews that I have seen do say that the genuine article is supposed to have a really strong smell (some say stink) and therefore recommend adding an essential oil. If you are a fan of castor oil then this may be a variation that you may choose to try.

As is common with castor oil, there are many who say it can help hair regrow (no hard evidence) as well as serve as a thick sealing oil for longer lasting moisture (definitely likely).

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If you want quality 👌

This oil is an experience, my scalp enjoyed it's smell, it's pour opening ability is unmatched. Simply stated it's the best Haitian Oil I've ever tired. Oh and the thicknesses of the oil is 👍 not heavy I have thin frizzy hair and my hair is not weighted down. I would and have recommended this product, my daughter who is station in Italy came home for a visit and she loves it. You will not regret it.

Hooked on the oil

I'll forever be a fan of the oil. I love how it moisturizes my hair. I normally purchase the chocolate vanilla scent, but I branched out and got the mango, papaya, & coconut and it smells soooo good.

Haitian Black Castor Oil: Original (2oz)

Did what it was supposed to do

The toner was good. It did what it was supposed to do, I just was not very enthusiastic about it because I did not like the smell. I usually use just rose water as my toner and that has been working fine for me. I would recommend it for those that are not picky about scents, because after all, it did work.

Castor Oil + Moringa Oil: Mr. Wonderful Oils of Haiti Bundle (2oz & 15ml)