Now Foods, Solutions, Castor Oil, 16 fl oz (473 ml)
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Good oil but has to be mixed
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by PeaceAndHappiness on Dec 07, 2014
Castor oil is a thick oil and has to be mixed with other oils, if applying to hair. if you find you break out with castor oil, add more of an oil such as coconut or olive oil and jus a little bit of castor oil. great value good amount...
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4 people found the following review helpful
Posted by devraaj21 on Apr 15, 2012
have been using this for my hair and skin , my hair have grow 2 inches long in 3 weeks time , i used it trice a week and leave it overnight on my hair , and for my skin , i add it in my lotion , it keep my skin moist . very good product , have recommend to my friends , they love it .
A Must Have!
6 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2619724 on Nov 23, 2011
Making my own cosmetics, I've tried them all, various butters, oils, etc. but I always keep coming back to two things: pure cocoa Butter and castor oil for my bases. This brand I especially like, great used neat (or with a few drops of argan or camellia oil or kokum butter) for facial tightening and smoothing. Rub it into the scalp overnight for thinning hair. Keep it close.
Posted by Reviewer1818949 on Apr 26, 2011
Use it on top of facial cream at night and it leaves skin extra radiant. No more expensive night creams. Also using it for castor oil packs on abdomen area and to revive colored damaged hair...so many uses for it. Not sticky, not smelly and beautifully packaged.
9 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1533331 on Nov 04, 2011
I read that castor oil could speed healing of bruises and so forth, so when I got a huge knot on my skin as a result of an injury, I poured some of this on a piece of washrag (had no wool) and wrapped it to the front of my leg with an Ace bandage. The knot went down and the bruise faded quickly. However, I don't have a scientific comparison in this because I have no similar injury untreated with castor oil with which to compare it.
The oil is emollient, yet oddly drying. I use it on occasional breakouts and it helps soothe without making my skin peel.
It's a strange product. Recently I bought a book called "The Oil That Heals," which details some of the Cayce recommendations for castor oil. It's intriguing to me because I eschew the casual use of pharmaceuticals and would rather find a natural/simple cure for things when possible.