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Castor Oil Benefits for Natural Hair

There are many benefits for using castor oil on natural hair. One of its main benefit for natural hair is the potential to increase hair growth.

Other benefits for using castor oil on natural hair is to reduce or prevent damage and breakage; to treat dry hair and itchy scalp; to prevent hair frizz and/or split ends, and it’s an excellent emollient (softens and soothes).

Benefits include:

Stimulates hair growth:  When you massage with castor oil it stimulate the hair follicles and encourage new and faster hair growth. Also as castor oil gets into the root of the hair, it interacts with the hair follicles and encourages them to grow longer hair.

Reduce or prevent damage and breakage: The anti-bacterial and anti-fungicidal properties of ricinoleic acid in castor oil, helps in preventing hair loss. When you apply castor oil on to your scalp it protects the scalp and hair from infections that can cause hair loss.

Prevents Hair Loss: Due to the anti-bacterial and anti-fungicidal properties of ricinoleic acid available in castor oil it also helps in preventing hair loss. When you apply castor oil on to your scalp it protects the scalp and hair from infections that can cause hair loss.

Conditions Scalp: Regular use of castor oil is essential as it conditions the scalp and existing hair. Not only does this helps in promoting healthier hair, it also enhance the texture of your hair. Healthy hair strands appear thicker than unhealthy hair strands and thus with use of castor oil you will become proud of your thicker hair and love your thirsty roots.

Strengthens Hair: Each and every hair strand becomes stronger with the regular use of castor oil. When your hair is stronger it stays attached to the follicle for a longer period of time. So you will begin to see less hair breakage and hair loss. When strands of the hair are broken, the hair appear thinner, but with the added use of castor oil, those problems will start to minimize.

Acts as Lubricant: Castor oil also works effectively as a lubricant for the hair. Although our body produces natural lubricants, those lubricants Natural lubricants have difficulty reaching the hair. Castor oil helps to maintain a healthy amount of lubrication and helps keep the hair detangled.

Excellent emollient: Castor oil is a humectant. Humectants draw moisture into the hair and skin. Applying castor oil on hair will make it soft, shiny and strong. It also helps in hiding the appearance of frizzy, damaged, and split end hair. With regular use of castor oil your hair will not develop split ends.

Solves Dryness: The omega-9 fatty acids available in castor oil moisturize and nourish the hair and prevent the scalp from drying. Regular application of castor oil to your scalp and roots can make dry hair turn into soft and shiny tresses within months. Dry scalp is one of the many reasons behind hair loss and other hair related problems.

Castor oil is versatile and is an all-around solution for different hair problems. Castor oil is not just for simple hair problems like frizzy locks, dandruff, or split ends, but also for serious hair problems like hair loss and damaged locks.