Mango Jamaican & Lime!
From the fertile hills of Jamaica, the Rasta Group company brings us a recipe to beautifully groom locks and twists.
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“Liming” with Jamaican Mango and Lime!
Jamaican Mango and Lime was the first natural hair product line I used when I made the big chop six years ago. Their entire product line can be found at most beauty supply outlets, including your local Sally Beauty Supply store. I was so delighted to be given the opportunity to review the newest additions to their line. I decided to try “Cactus Gro” to sooth my itchy scalp and twist things up with the “Locking Firm Wax”.
Jamaican Mango and Lime
With more than 23% of African Americans (including myself) with natural hair, a recipe from the fertile hills of Jamaica was developed with mango and lime ingredients specifically designed to start and maintain healthy and well groomed locs and twist. Of these products my favorite is the Jamaican Mango and Lime Locking Firm Wax.
Jamaican Mango and Lime Products
In our gift baskets are 3 Jamaican Mango and Lime products by Rasta Locks and Twists. The Cactus Leave in Moisturizer, Locking Firm Wax and Cactus Gro. I don’t have locks so I didn’t use the wax. I did try the other 2 products, so here is what happened.
Natural Food for Natural Hair
When I received my box for America’s Next Natural Model competition, I was excited to try the Jamaican Mango & Lime products because my sister, who has locs, informed me that she used the Leave in Moisturizer from the Cactus line and that she loved the product.
Mangos nectar in my hands with a twist of lime for my two strands
Deeply inhale the sweet aroma of mango, and lime in your hair…
Jamaican Mango & Lime: Bringing Jamaica Home with you
Wha Gwan Star?
Wha gwan, star? I grew up on stories told by my Jamaican grandfather and Southern grandmother. Just as I grew up on their wise tales, my locs have grown up on Jamaican Mango & Lime products.