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Castor oil for hair growth

Castor oil is an amazing beauty product that stimulates hair growth. It does wonders to your eyelashes, but you can use it on your hair as well. Here are some tips on how to use castor oil on your hair to boost its volume, prevent breakage and promote regeneration.

Test it – with any new products, oil included, you should always perform a test on your inner arm to make sure your body doesn’t have an allergic reaction to them.

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More Means Less – a small quantity of castor oil on your hair will do wonders. Avoid burdening your hair with oil as it will do more damage than good.

Repeat – go through this process one or twice a week

Damp Hair – it’s best that you have your hair damp, but not wet, so simply take a spray bottle and spritz your roots before you apply the oil

Leave Overnight – your hair absorbs the oil better if it’s left overnight, or for several hours. You can use a towel to keep it from dripping and staining your sheets

Egg – it might be difficult to remove the oil form your hair, so this will be helpful. Whisk an egg really well and then massage your scalp with it. It will absorb the oil and nourish your scalp instead. Be sure to do it while in the shower, though, because it is messy.

Conditioner – if you don’t like to make a mess, apply hair conditioner and massage it on the scalp. It will make it easier to remove the oil than with shampoo.

Combine – you can combine castor oil with other nourishing oils that will also repair the already damaged hair.

Here is the combination of oils that we recommend, but you can also try your own and perhaps even find a better one. What you need is 3 tbsp. of castor oil and 1 tbsp. of jojoba oil.

Pour the oils in a bottle (preferably dropper and dark colored) and shake it well. Apply with the dropper bottle on the scalp by parting your hair in stages until your entire scalp is coated with the oils. Massage the scalp for about 5 minutes to stimulate circulation.


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