Castor Oil a native to the tropical areas of Africa and India, is famous for its oil-rich castor bean. The scientific name of Castor Oil is Ricinus communis. Castor oil is name differently in many other countries. It is called Arandi Ka Tel in Hindi, Rerira Telan in Bengali, Amannakku Enney In Tamil.
The oil is extracted from castor seeds through the process of pressing. Castor Oil is mainly colorless or pale yellow with a very mild odor.
How to use Castor Oil?
Dip a ball of cotton in the oil and apply it on the face. Allow to remain for 2 minutes and then gently wipe it off with a fresh piece of cotton. It is easy to make a natural facial scrub with almond oil and honey. Mix them together and apply on the face, working in circles to gently lift off grime and dead cells.
Castor Oil’s antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal properties make it an effective treatment for scalp infections. Its high protein content makes it very valuable to maintain hair health.
Castor Oil is becoming a popular remedy for hair loss and a helpful ingredient for hair regrowth. On an average, your hair grows by about half an inch every month. With the regular use of Castor Oil, hair growth can be boosted by three to five times the usual rate. It not only spurs hair growth, but the hair also becomes noticeably thicker within a few months of use. Castor Oil also can make your eyelashes and eyebrows longer and thicker.
Castor Oil which is rich in vitamins and minerals can be added as part of the soap ingredients for soap making. It is suitable for Hot & Cold press and the easy melt and pour method using soap base.
Castor Oil is suitable to be used as a massage oil.
Castor Oil 100% Pure (no dilution or blended with other oil).
Light Yellow Liquid.
Store in room temperature. Avoid sunlight as it may turn the oil rancid.
One year from date of purchase.