Foun­tain of The ROCK

Daily Observer (Jamaica) - - UN­DER THE DRYER -

an­dra G, bet­ter known as

Lady English, is ex­cited to be cel­e­brat­ing the 11th an­niver­sary of her com­pany, Foun­tain Pi­mento Oil, which launched in 2008. Lady English found her in­spi­ra­tion right here on The Rock. The for­mer ra­dio show pre­sen­ter, who was on va­cay in her par­ents’ birth­place, dis­cov­ered the heal­ing qual­i­ties of pi­mento at the renowned sul­phur min­eral spring at Bath, St Thomas, where thou­sands flock an­nu­ally for ther­a­peu­tic ses­sions.

In­deed, within 24 hours, Lady English who was ex­pe­ri­enc­ing nerve-dam­age was pain-free. Her re­solve was swift and im­me­di­ate: to se­cure global foot­prints for this prod­uct.

Foun­tain Pi­mento Oil uses leaves, bark, seeds and nat­u­ral plant oils to cre­ate or­ganic pain relief and hair growth prod­ucts suit­able for all eth­nic­i­ties. Lady English told UTD that “only a hand­ful of peo­ple in Ja­maica these days still make pi­mento oil ac­cord­ing to the meth­ods prac­tised cen­turies ago, and Foun­tain Pi­mento Oil is made just that way”.

The es­sen­tial oils are chem­i­cal- and preser­va­tive-free, and 100% all-nat­u­ral. “This vi­tal blend of berries, leaves and oils are fer­mented nat­u­rally over time in the hot Ja­maican sun­shine to pro­duce this lux­u­ri­ous mas­sage and heal­ing oil that will soothe away all your pains,

par­tic­u­larly arthri­tis and rheuma­tism symp­toms,” said English.

When a ship­ment of pi­mento oil from Ja­maica did not meet her ex­pec­ta­tions, Lady English de­cided to ex­per­i­ment with pi­mento and other leaves from Ja­maica and make it her­self. She tested her formula by giv­ing away free sam­ples, and once peo­ple started giv­ing feed­back that it worked, she pro­ceeded to man­u­fac­ture the prod­uct full-on.

Bol­stered by the suc­cess of Foun­tain Pi­mento Oil, she then tried her hand at hair growth oils, then sham­poo and con­di­tion­ers which are all do­ing well. “We make all our prod­ucts fresh, and in small batches, since we don’t use preser­va­tives or ar­ti­fi­cial ad­di­tives. I have learnt over time not to sell three or four dozen prod­ucts to a store at once as the prod­ucts are made with fresh leaves from Ja­maica and or­ganic prod­ucts and will [ex­pire] fast,” she ex­plained.

“I know for a fact Foun­tain’s rise glob­ally wouldn’t have been pos­si­ble with­out the sup­port of the Caribbean Di­as­pora and lo­cal busi­nesses, par­tic­u­larly Keeling Records, Mood­ies Records in the Bronx, Sam’s Caribbean Mar­ket, in Long Is­land and Vi­tal Health in Queens” said Lady English, who lists reg­gae artistes such as Bitty Mclean, Yashema­beth Mcleod, Johnny Os­bourne and

Ken Boothe as re­peat cus­tomers.

SLady Bri­tish in­tro­duces the Foun­tain Mighty Roots Hair Re­ten­tion Sham­poo to her view­ers on Youtube.

Foun­tain Might Roots Hair Re­ten­tion Sham­poo and Con­di­tioner set with Ja­maican Cas­tor Oil, pi­mento and co­conut oil that will “sus­tain your mane”.

A three-month progress re­port of the foun­tain Mighty Roots root stim­u­la­tion, rapid hair and edge growth oil, made with Ja­maican Cas­tor Oil used in stages from De­cem­ber to May 2016 Foun­tain Real Black Black Ja­maican Cas­tor Oil is used to stop break­ing, thin­ning, dam­aged hair, bald spots or re­ced­ing edges, and re­store hair to its for­mer glory with reg­u­lar use.

Foun­tain Ja­maican Black Cas­tor Oil Hair Food per­fect for re­build­ing weak hair

Foun­tain Mighty Roots root stim­u­la­tion, rapid hair and edge growth oil in­fused with Ja­maican Pi­mento & Black Cas­tor Oil

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