The One Natural Oil That Helps Hair Grow Back

Finding a good hair product is difficult. So many are filled with toxic chemicals and hormone-disrupting agents that it is downright scary to use them. Thinning hair and alopecia can be caused by thyroid problems, toxic build-up, bacterial contamination in the hair roots, stress, and other illnesses. Castor Oil is the perfect natural remedy. Be sure to consult a qualified natural health therapist to ensure that nothing serious is going on. Even if you do need to deal with other causes, Castor Oil can be a big help along the way as well as a complement to whatever else you are doing.

Caution: Do not take castor oil internally or let your pets lick it. It can cause serious damage when taken internally. However applied topically it has been used for centuries.

Castor oil is high in ricinoleic acid.  This acid is a very effective natural anti-bacterial and anti-fungal agent.  This can help keep any fungus or bacteria from inhibiting hair growth.  Since the oil is also very thick, it may help to prevent hair loss simply by helping to coat the hair and protect it from falling out.

Castor oil is also high in omega 9 fatty acids, which are nourishing to both the hair and the follicle, as well as the surrounding skin.  Castor oil has a unique ability to be deeply penetrating, and this helps it to deliver its nourishment deeply into the pores and the follicles that produce hair.

It also has a high gloss, so it lends a lush glossiness and shine to the hair. A little goes a long way, and it is best to only add a tiny bit to the very ends of your hair instead of putting it up near the scalp if you’re just looking for a natural hair smoother.

Simply put about two drops on your hands and rub, then smooth through the ends.  If you use too much, there is a fine line between subtle shine and a heavy greasiness so go very light until you figure out the amount that works right for your hair type.

If you’re looking to regrow the hair on your head, you can use castor oil as a scalp treatment. However it can be tricky to get on the scalp without thinning it out with a lighter oil. You can add some melted coconut oil, apricot kernel oil or another lighter oil to help get it spreadable enough.

If you’re simply looking to help thicken hair that is thinning at the edges of your hairline, you can use pure castor oil, with a light hand of course.  Another use is to apply the oil to eyelashes to help thicken and strengthen them, as well as to help prevent thinning and shedding.

Thank you, Dana Norek  for sharing your experience with using Castor Oil. Read the rest of her story here.

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