Wednesday, December 18, 2013

WAYS TO USE CASTOR OIL


Castor oil contains vitamin E, minerals, proteins, antibacterial and anti- fungicidal properties. it also has healing benefits. it also contains anti-inflammatory properties, all of which are related to healthy hair growth.
Here are some ways to incorporate castor oil into a healthy hair regimen.


  1. Added shine                                                           Castor oil hair treatment is believed to increase the lustre of hair, this effect is caused by castor oil's ability to coat the hair shaft, sealing in moisture and creating a slicker surface. Dull hair may benefit from the use of castor oil hair treatment, but in frequent use can result in an oily scalp.                                                             
  2. Improve scalp circulation                                       Castor oil on your scalp can help to increase circulation. the strengthening effect it has on hair follicles can stimulate hair growth in cases of hair-loss or alopecia.                                          
  3. Prevent hair loss                                                      The anti fungal and antibacterial properties in castor oil are useful in combating scalp infections.                                                                         
  4.   Mositurizing scalp and thickening hair        omega 6 fatty acids in castor oil helps keep your scalp drying out, while regular use of castor oil may encourage thicker hair growth. unrefined castor oil is preferred over refined types, because it contains more nutrients and healing properties.

41 comments:

  1. I use castor oil for my skin, makes it glow, and I can testify to all you said regarding hair too. It works wonders

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    1. i love castor oil for the skin, it really works wonders.

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  2. Another great tip my sister. I can't wait to get rid of my braids and start using ur guides. Thank you!

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  3. Another nice post!

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  4. my cousin told me about this castor oil, but i haven't tried it. I will soon
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  5. I use it for my hair all the time, sometimes for my skin.
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  6. Been natural for 7 months now and I have still not tried castor oil. I am gonna try it after this review :)

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    1. congratulations on your been natural this long, am just 3 months natural.

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  7. Thanks for providing us with such great info. I love to use it on my scalp to prevent shedding and promote hair growth. http://www.chicfromhair2toe.com/

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  8. I plan on buying this...I hear that it does miracles lol
    I'm also TRYING to go natural but I know it's going to be really hard

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    1. am also trying to go natural. but its not that very difficult it just require more attention and effort.

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  9. Lovely post www.fashionitazbybuiti.blogspot.com

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  10. I used for my skin.

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  11. Yea, I hear it works really great. Bought mine last week, can't wait for results.....Nice Post Uchenna
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  12. I just started using Castor oil and even though its a bit thick and quite difficult to apply it has added a really nice shine to my hair during wash days x
    and thank you for visiting my blog :) xx

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    1. i mostly use it for hot oil treatment because of the thickness.

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  13. don't know why i have never tried this. thanks so much for the tip!

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  14. I didn't know it did all that. That is great. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. I will try these tips!

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  17. tanx for all ur helpful tips.
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  18. Is it the same castor oil pregnant women take? *confused*. Can I mix it with my conditioner 4 deep conditioning?

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    1. i heard pregnant women take it to induce labour.
      yes you can add to your conditioner.

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  19. I love using Castor oil on my hair! It seriously makes it so soft and gives it a shine that other products did not do for my hair! I like seeing the benefits laid out like you did, thank you!

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