For Skin: If you would like to minimize the appearance of wrinkles on
your face, castor oil will be able to help you. It has a low-molecular weight,
which means that it is absorbed quickly by your skin. It then stimulates the
production of collagen and other tissues. This means it reduces the appearance
of fine lines and wrinkles, as well as pimples, acne, eye bags, sunburn, dry skin,
stretch marks, among others. It works well on itchy skin too!
For Hair: Split ends and dryness are quickly fixed by the moisturizing
power of castor oil, which works as a great alternative to conditioner.
Castor oil, when applied to the hair,coats each strand, locking in moisture.
It gives you silkier, more lustrous hair and improves the overall condition of your locks.
Massaging your head with castor oil improves blood circulation, which helps stimulate hair growth.
Castor oil also combats scalp infections that lead to loss of hair.
Its germicidal properties make it effective for treating several hair-related
ailments like dandruff, folliculitis, etc.
For Health: Mouth sore? Or an open wound?
Castor has been used for centuries to cure such ailments. This is because
castor oil contains ricinoleic acid, which has excellent antimicrobial
properties. It is also effective for in the treatment of bladder and vaginal
infections, and can be used to deal with fungal infections like ringworm. When
used around the eyes, it can provide relief from the dust and other particles
that entered the eyes.