Castor oil is a lovely, viscous oil that is well known for helping with hair growth and protecting the skin. With it's thick consistency, a little will go a long way to leave the skin extra soft and smooth. 


Castor oil has been used since ancient times for a whole host of problems from wart removal to thinning hair.

It is a thick sticky oil that is being highly touted as a hair growth miracle. In fact, castor oil might be the number one oil for hair growth. It is rich in nutrients such as vitamin E, protein, omega 3 and 6 fatty acids and a special acid known as ricinoleic acid that are all purported to support healthy hair growth.


“How Often Should I Use Castor Oil for Hair Growth?”

Use castor oil for hair growth just 1-2 times a week. It’s best to apply it as an overnight hair treatment then wash it off very well the next morning with a natural sulfate-free shampoo.


You don’t need to apply castor oil more than the times mentioned above because it is a very effective treatment for hair growth.

Plus, it is sticky and leaves your hair feeling greasy so you must wash your hair after every application. And if you apply castor oil too frequently, then you have to wash your hair often which is not good because for healthy hair, you should limit washing hair to at most every two days. Washing your hair very frequently is going to keep stripping off the natural oils needed for healthy hair production!


To boost hair growth by miles, also add essential oils good for hair growth such as Rosemary & Lavender. You only need to add a few drops of essential oils to your castor oil mix because they are highly concentrated. For every 1 tsp of castor oil, add just 1-2 drops of essential oil



Organic Castor Oil

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    8.5.oz of Pure Organic Oil in an Amber Glass Bottle

    Not for internal use. Consult with a healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications.This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.