How to use
Castor oil stimulates tissue growth, forming a barrier between the wound and the environment, decreasing the risk of infection. Applying castor oil directly to the affected area reduces dryness and the buildup of dead skin cells that can delay wound healing.
Apply castor oil gently on your face and massage in circular motions. You can even leave it overnight and wash off in the morning. You can also use steam to open your pores and help your skin absorb the oil better.
Apply castor oil through circular rubs on the affected skin in the morning and evening. It is useful for treating stretch marks because it improves skin elasticity and accelerates skin renewal and healing.
Seen as many as one of the most robust oils, Castor Oil serves as a great lubricant, commonly used in bath bombs because of its ability to disperse in water without leaving oil rings at the surface. It is also highly beneficial to the hair health, strengthening it and giving it a luminous, natural shine and increase its flexibility. The ricinoleic acid, found in high quantities in Castor Oil, has strong anti-inflammatory and hydrating properties, making this oil a must-have!
Validity: 2 years after opening.