Castor oil, derived from the castor plant seeds, has been used since Egyptian times and for a good reason. It was an essential part of their time as this miraculous oil, initially used in oil lamps, turned out to have more uses than lighting one's way. With time, people found various cosmetic and medical treatments and learned how beneficial it is to hair, skin, and the face. It even functions as a laxative for your body.

The cold-pressed version is like an upgrade to the traditional castor oil since this process retains more nutrients as it is not heated and is cold-pressed instead; hence delivering you with even more nourishment and nutrients. 

Nutrition For Hair From Castor Oil

The thick, yellow-tinted castor oil is not just full of skin benefits. It does wonders to your hair and scalp by hydrating, healing, and providing your scalp with vitamin E, omega6, and omega9 fatty acids that are known to densify and hydrate your hair. Castor Oil also has antimicrobial properties which shield your scalp from bacteria and fungi.

A Natural Hair Moisturizer 

Castor oil can draw moisture from the air and lock it into your hair and scalp. It retains moisture by acting as a barrier between the skin and the external world, shielding your scalp and hair from dust and pollution.

Boosts Hair Growth

Castor oil includes ricinoleic acid and omega-6 fatty acids, which enhance blood circulation when massaged into the scalp. An enhanced blood flow is essential for hair growth.

Beard Growth

Castor oil does wonders for beards, just like it does for hair on top. Because of its antibacterial characteristics, your beard and the skin beneath it will stay fresh and clean! It also never fails to give the beard volume and luster.

Fuller Eyebrows

Applying castor oil to your brows can also help promote hair growth and make your thin brows appear plumper and more defined. You can even apply it to your eyelashes using a mascara brush for voluminous eyelashes. 


  • For hair - Applying Cold Pressed Castor oil to hair is as easy as any other oil. However, being thick in consistency you can also mix it with other carrier oil and then use it. If you need help in deciding the carrier oil to mix it with, go for Almond Oil; also known as King of Oils, you can also mix it with black seed oil ( kalonji oil ) or olive oil, or even coconut oil to get the desired consistency. Take a small amount of cold-pressed castor oil and massage it into your scalp to fight off dandruff, and itchy scalp, and boost the growth of your hair. Cold Pressed Castor Oil needs to be merely applied and massaged to the root of your hair once or twice every week for about 30 minutes to as long as 2 hours. You can rub the same onto the tips of your hair as well to get frizz-free lengths.

  • For beard - The process for applying Cold Pressed Castor Oil to your beard is the same as the hair. Just apply small amounts of oil to the roots of your beard hair and lightly massage it into the root of your beard for about 20-25 minutes. This will not just fight against dandruff and dry skin, but also provide nourishment to your hair. Massaging the oil in a circular motion will also increase blood circulation in your skin and will therefore help in boosting the growth of your beard.

Persistence is the key. Once you incorporate this marvelous oil into your daily beauty routine and start following it regularly, you will visibly see and experience how; the Cold Pressed Castor Oil affects, nourishes, and rejuvenates your hair significantly.

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