Here’s What I’ve Been Using To Grow Out My TWA

Tropic Isle Living Jamaican Strong Roots Trio ReviewIt’s been almost four months since I decided to grow my hair back out. I was totally loving my Tapered Fade after my Second Big Chop. But seeing old pics made me Nostalgic for my longer Tapered ‘Fro. So I vowed to stay away from the clippers and let my hair grow. Then I received the Tropic Isle Living Jamaican Strong Roots Trio for review, right on time for my hair growth journey. The trio contains Jamaica’s only indigenous spice- Red Pimento, which removes toxins, stimulates the scalp and nourishes hair for healthy growth. It’s also formulated with Jamaican Black Castor Oil which stimulates growth, repairs and protects the hair.

Tropic Isle Living Jamaican Strong Roots Trio

Jamaican Strong Roots Red Pimento Hair Growth Oil 

This 100% Natural Oil contains simply Jamaican Red Pimento Oil, Jamaican Black Castor Oil, Coconut Oil and Wheat Germ. It detoxifies the scalp and stimulates the follicle for growth, while moisturizing and nourishing hair. I use the oil as a pre-poo treatment. I apply to my scalp and gently massage it in. Then I put on a plastic cap and sit under my bonnet dryer for 20-30 minutes. My scalp gets really dry and itchy, especially in the crown. The hair growth oil soothes my scalp and relieves the itching. It also leaves my hair feeling soft, moisturized and easier to detangle.

Jamaican Strong Roots Shampoo

This shampoo removes toxins from the scalp and gently, but thoroughly cleanses hair without stripping. It’s infused with natural oils including Jamaican Black Castor Oil and Red Pimento Oil to restore moisture. I use the shampoo to wash out the hair growth oil. Then I repeat the lather to give my hair and scalp a thorough cleansing. My hair is left feeling squeaky clean, yet soft and moisturized. With barely any tangling.

Jamaican Strong Roots Conditioner

This lightweight, creamy conditioner makes it super easy to detangle my hair. I apply a generous amount and gently comb through my hair with a wide tooth comb to remove any tangles. I gently massage the conditioner into my scalp, and let it sit on my hair for a few minutes before rinsing. My hair is left feeling super soft and moisturized when I rinse out the conditioner.

Tropic Isle Living Jamaican Strong Roots Trio Hair Growth

My hair has grown out like wild weeds over the last few months. The only things I’ve been doing is using the Tropic Isle Living Jamaican Strong Roots Trio consistently, and wearing low manipulation styles. I wash, deep condition and style my hair every 10-14 days. In between this time I sleep with a satin bonnet. I lift my roots with a pick and gel my edges daily, and spray my hair with curl refresher when it’s feeling dry. That’s it. My hair has grown out long enough for a Twist Out already. But I’ve been lazy, so I do a combo of Finger Coils and Finger Shingling to make sure that my style lasts up to two weeks. Even working out 5 days a week.

Tropic Isle Living Jamaican Strong Roots Trio 4C Hair

My hair is growing in strong and healthy with minimal shedding, and no breakage. And my dry, itchy scalp is feeling relieved. These products will remain staples, and I’ve even added some more products from the collection to my arsenal!

The Tropic Isle Living Jamaican Strong Roots Collection is available at Target and Amazon $10.99+

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When I’m not hunting down the latest and greatest beauty products, beating a face or lacing a do, you can find me roaming the streets of NYC in my stilettos looking for the next best restaurant. Or in the kitchen trying to outdo myself from the last time.


1 Comment

  1. 02.09.2018 / 7:25 pm

    I’m ordering the serum. I had my stylist cut my hair into what I hoped would be a dope little pixie but it didn’t turn out right at all. I’m mad AF I cut all my damn hair off for it to look terrible. Luckily my hair grows fast but adding a good serum couldn’t hurt.

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