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Castor Oil 250ml Assists with Hair & Skin Problems

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Castor Oil 250ml

 

 

  • Castor Oil

    Castor oil is wonderful for use on skin. Castor oil is so rich that you have to use very little to see big effects. It can be used neat or with other products to treat sunburn, acne, dry skin, and stretch marks. It is a natural antiseptic, is anti-fungal and anti-viral.

    SKIN SUITABILITY OF CASTOR OIL

    The Castor Oil is very useful in helping with infections such warts, boils, athletes foot and chronic itching. Castor oil penetrates deep into the skin and helps to stimulate the production of Collagen and Elastin. Both Collagen and Elastin soften and hydrate the skin which can delay the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. This is why you will find Castor Oil used as an ingredient in many wrinkle and anti-aging skin preparations.

    HAIR SUITABILITY OF CASTOR OIL

    Castor Oil has traditionally been used as part of hair treatments, particularly hair loss. The major component of Castor Oil is Ricinoleic Acid which is known for its anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties which help to prevent hair loss, whilst the high levels of Omega Oils help to strengthen the hair follicle. Castor Oil is useful on all hair types (hence why you find Castor Oil in many hair serums) helping to prevent split-ends and thinning hair, but Castor Oil comes into its own on Afro-Caribbean hair, prone to drying. Regular massage with the oil or its inclusion in your hair products will help to revive and protect the hair.

  • Ingredients

    LATIN NAME: Ricinus communis (Castor) Seed

    EXTRACTION METHOD: Cold Pressed

    COUNTRY OF ORIGIN : Asia

    AVERAGE SHELF LIFE : 18-24 months

  • Usage

    Apply Castor Oil nightly. A very thin film will help with wrinkles and anti-aging, anywhere on the body.

    The effects of Castor Oil on the hair cannot be underestimated and therefore, we highly recommend blending with conditioner or producing your own hair serums from Castor Oil, for those suffering with dry hair.

    Caution!

    If you are prone to IBS, then use with some caution when massaging in, as Castor Oil can have laxative effects. Castor Oil is wonderful for use on skin. Castor Oil is so rich that you have to use very little to see big effects. Castor Oil can be used neat or within products for sunburn, acne, dry skin, stretch marks and as Castor Oil is naturally antiseptic, anti-fungal and antiviral. It is very useful to help with infections such warts, boils, athletes foot and chronic itching.

  • Other Information

    Castor Seed Oil

    Castor oil is obtained by pressing the seeds of Ricinus communis, commonly known as castor oil plant. If you don’t have a bottle of castor oil at home yet, get one as soon as possible, as its uses are endless. From treating parasitical worms to easing constipation, colds, and fever, castor oil is the to-go concoction we all need these days.It is one of the most popular natural remedies with quite a long history.

    Castor Oil may promote healing by boosting Your Lymphatic System. One of the more compelling health benefits is Castor Oil's support of your immune system. This healing property does not require you ingest the oil, but apply it only externally to the skin.

    Eliminates Warts and Skin Tags Being packed with anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties, castor oil positively affects warts and skin tags. Apply the oil onto the wart/ skin tag on a daily basis for several weeks until you see them fall off.

    Promotes Healthy Scalp and Hair Growth Scalp infections cause issues like dandruff, itchiness, thinning, and bald patches. The good news is that massaging warm castor oil on the scalp helps remove micro-organisms responsible for the scalp problem, stimulate the follicles, and promote hair growth. Repeat the procedure every night!

    Gives Your Hair a Richer Hair If you start noticing signs of graying, apply castor oil to prevent the hair from turning much grayer. Castor oil has the ability to trap the moisture in the hair, which in turn gives richer and youthful look. Simply warm the oil and coat each strand of hair, running the fingers through the locks.

    Its anti-inflammatory properties, castor oil is great for treating inflamed skin caused by dry cracked skin, acne, bites, or sunburns. Simply soak a cotton ball in castor oil, apply to the inflamed area and let it work for an hour before washing it off.

    Moisturizes Skin and Relieves Itchiness The fatty acids found in castor oil are the ideal tool for moisturizing dry skin and relieving skin itchiness. Thanks to its viscous texture, it easily penetrates into the skin. All you have to do is to rub a teaspoon between the palms and apply onto the affected area.

    Alleviates Joint Pain Castor oil contains ricinoleic acid, which has a decongestant effect on the lymphatic system. For those who are not familiar with the function of this system, note that it`s responsible for collecting waste and transporting it to the bloodstream to be flushed out.

    In case the lymphatic system isn’t working optimally, like in arthritis patients, joint pain occurs. The good news is that massaging castor oil on the joints helps alleviate the congestion and keep the lymphatic system working properly.

    Helps Treat Fungal Infections Castor oil is well-known for its anti-fungal properties and its ability to treat infections like athlete`s foot, jock itch, or ringworm. Warm the oil, apply on the affected before going to bed, and let it work overnight. Repeat the procedure every day or until the infection goes away.

    Treats Your Pets’ Wounds Thanks to its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties, applying a bit of castor oil on your pets` wound helps accelerate the healing.

    Treats Hemorrhoids Soak a cotton ball in castor oil and apply directly onto hemorrhoid. Let it work for about 15 minutes and wear a pad to move around if needed. Castor oil really works wonders when it comes to shrinking hemorrhoids which are outside the body.

    Castor Seeds Contain A Deadly Ingredient Although castor oil is packed with numerous healing properties, it also contains a powerful poison called ricin. Oral, nasal, or intravenous transfusion prevents protein synthesis and destroys your cells. However, there is no need to worry about ricin poisoning, since it is removed from the beans during the manufacturing process. As confirmed by International Journal of Toxicology’s Final Report on Castor Oil, ricin doesn’t “partition” into the castor oil, so it`is safe to use.

    People with sensitive skin may experience an allergic reaction While ricinoleic acid helps alleviate constipation, it may also cause gastrointestinal upset and discomfort, nausea, and dizziness Those suffering from digestive problems like ulcers, colitis, hemorrhoids, cramps, diverticulitis, and irritable bowel syndrome should avoid taking castor oil Caution - Pregnant women should never take Castor Orally. Always check with your health provider. source - http://besthealthyguide.com/

    CAUTIONS

    Can be mixed with all oils (except St Johns Wort), caution during pregnancy check with your health provider. As with all nut-based carrier oils, always use with caution on people with nut allergies.

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