Benefits of using the Tress Boost — Blackberry & Castor Hair Growth Masque

Though we’ve already given you a proper introduction to our amazing Tress Boost — Blackberry & Castor Hair Growth Masque, if you’re still looking for reasons why you need it, then we’ve got exactly what you need. Made with both Jamaican Black Castor Oil and blackberries, there are plenty of properties that will give your hair the boost that it’s been longing for. And what’s better than a two-for-one deal?

Blackberries

While blackberries are known for boosting immunity, improving your heart health and vision, and regulating your menstrual health (who knew?!), not much is talked about when it comes to its benefits for your hair. That doesn’t mean, however, that there aren’t any. If you weren’t aware, blackberries are chock full of antioxidants that help to fight inflammation. This can especially help if you suffer from chronic or occasional dandruff. Additionally, those same antioxidants can help reduce the chances of scalp infections and keep harmful environmental damage that your hair endures at bay. Since the fruit also includes vitamin C — which helps to generate collagen — blackberries can help reduce hair shedding and contribute to having a healthier head of hair.

Jamaican Black Castor Oil

If the benefits of blackberries alone don’t prove that the Tress Boost is one you need in your routine, then the inclusion of Jamaican Black Castor Oil just might. Though it is constantly raved about in the natural hair community, if you’re not sure why, is it even worth using? Usable for any and all hair types, Jamaican Black Castor Oil will help with a number of things including moisturizing, thickening and strengthening, and sending your hair on the fast track to healthy hair growth. This particular oil helps to increase blood flow to your scalp, which in turn stimulates your hair follicles. This highly coveted oil will also help to prevent dandruff, breakage, itchy scalp, and bald spots — among a number of other things. 

So, if you were on the fence about whether or not you needed to pick up the Tress Boost on your next store run, we hope this helped you decide.