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Is Castor oil safe for your skin and hair?

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Is Castor oil safe for your skin and hair?

Castor oil, or as in layman's language arandi ka tel, is said to be a powerful cure, for boosting hair growth (and eyelashes!) to cure digestive disorders. A thin, yellow oil derived from castor beans, castor oil, has been used for many purposes, including treating digestive health issues and lubricating engines. It has also been used in home remedies and as a supplemental dietary aid. In addition, this puzzling product has garnered increased attention in skin-care products as some people have noted its benefits against conditions such as dermatosis and psoriasis. While there is little scientific literature on this topic, there are some reports of castor oil helping with hair growth. Sometimes called Palma Christi for its Christ-like leaves, the castor plant is a wonder. Its seed oil, which we extract and process before squirting it onto your face and skin, packed with ricinolein acid, has some magical moisturizing properties that make it a veritable modern-day fountain of youth. In addition, castor oil is a good source of fatty acids. Unfortunately, it's a slippery substance that can make you lose your footing if not applied correctly. 

Benefits of castor oil for skin and hair: 

Reduces and prevents acne: 

Most beauty products increase sebum production on your skin. Each time you rub oil on your skin, the lack of moisture produces more oil that causes clogged pores and inflamed skin. But instead of any oil, you can use castor oil which consists of essential fatty acids. It helps restore your skin's natural moisture balance. Massage castor oil gently in a circular motion and leave it overnight. Wash it off in the morning, and you can also steam your face to open pores and help your skin absorb oil. 

Provides healthy hair: 

Oiling your hair twice or thrice a week provides extra nourishment. However, don't apply castor oil directly to your scalp; it can cause some reactions. Instead, heat any carrier oil (preferably coconut oil) and mix 1-2 tsp castor oil. Let it cool down and apply all over your scalp. Leave it overnight and wash it in the morning. Castor oil enriches your scalp with omega-6 fatty acids, increasing blood circulation and improving hair growth. 

Prevents hair fall:  

Castor oil is a rich source of vitamin E and minerals like calcium, phosphorus and zinc. It also contains certain omega-3 fatty acids, which help promote hair growth. While various reasons can cause hair loss, some include genetics and genetic predisposition to certain diseases such as diabetes or thyroid disorders, along with stress levels. If a woman is pregnant or breastfeeding, it might take longer for her body to recover after having a baby. As a result, your body produces less sebum, leading to hair thinning or hair fall. Castor oil helps reduce symptoms like premature greying in women and oily skin along with oily roots, thereby preventing hair fall. 

Treats wrinkles: 

Castor oil is a great natural remedy to reduce wrinkles. It penetrates deeper into your skin and boosts collagen production in the skin. In addition, castor oil cleanses the dirt and germ and softens and hydrates the skin. Apply a few drops of castor oil to the wrinkles and leave it overnight; this will help rejuvenate the skin. 

A natural remedy with the styes: 

Castor oil is a hydrating and anti-microbial agent. It soothes the skin and treats the infection from the roots. Apply a little oil to the stye using a cotton swab. Leave it for 15 minutes and wash it off with lukewarm water. Don't puncture it; otherwise, the infection might spread. 

Soothes dry skin: 

Castor oil helps treat dry and patchy skin. Especially in winter, castor oil with crushed camphor balls is a secret recipe to glow. Castor oil is a deep exfoliator and softens the skin. Try this remedy once a week for effective results. 

Is it safe for you to use?  

Castor oil is like the wonder beauty product: You're probably using it, but you have no idea how well it works or its full potential. 

Castor oil for skin:  

Castor oil is an effective moisturizer for the face. It can be mixed with other oils, such as sweet almond oil or jojoba oil, to create a lightweight lotion that sinks in quickly and does not leave an oily residue on your skin. Castor oil is a natural astringent, which can help tighten pores and reduce excess oil production. This makes it especially useful for acne-prone skin. It may also help reduce irritation from shaving and other cosmetics if you apply it after washing with soap and water. Castor oil can be applied directly onto your skin or used as an ingredient in any number of homemade beauty recipes. You can even use it as an indirect remedy for dark spots caused by uneven pigmentation on your body or face.  

Castor oil for hair:  

Castor oil has been used to treat dandruff, but it does not generally affect hair growth or loss. No studies show that castor oil promotes hair growth, though some people claim they have experienced increased volume or length after applying castor oil to their scalp.  

Rejusure's 2% Salicylic Acid Serum consists of castor oil and glycerin; it is paraben and toxic-free and leaves no harmful effect on your skin. It destroys the dirt and exfoliates your skin, and due to the presence of castor oil, it also consists of anti-microbial properties. 

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