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    Default Re: Castor oil for hair growth?

    Quote Originally Posted by LadyStardust View Post
    I originally tried castor oil with coconut oil, but I think my hair doesn't agree with coconut oil. It makes it seem pretty hydrated, but it gives it a crunchier texture.

    I used castor oil with almond oil yesterday (and few drops peppermint and rosemary), and today it was soft and airy. Time to figure out what to do with a jar of coconut oil.
    It’s good as a body moisturiser on damp skin, as a make up remover, a cleanser (wash off with hot flannel). If you don’t like the coconut smell on your skin then resign it to the kitchen and cook with it.
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    Default Re: Castor oil for hair growth?

    Quote Originally Posted by Feral_ View Post
    Itís good as a body moisturiser on damp skin, as a make up remover, a cleanser (wash off with hot flannel). If you donít like the coconut smell on your skin then resign it to the kitchen and cook with it.
    Yeah I think it's going to the kitchen for sure, but I must admit it's amazing as a lip balm.
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    Iíve been using this oil along in conjunction with the hair burst shampoo for hair growth and Iím excited for results. Iím going to be massaging my head daily along with using the oil once after hair washing and before hair washing. This stuff looks amazing because itís got no nasties in it and has castor oil and all the oils that promote hair growth (scientifically) so Iím excited haha.

    https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/5603...f=yr_purchases

    itís also got stuff to help with seborrheic dermatitis in it so thatís a plus!
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    I'm loving the castor oil. I haven't been doing it very long but I'm seeing good results. I'm thinking about blending castor oil and miconazole 4% together to use. I've used miconazole in the past to help with itchy scalp and hair growth with decent results. I only used the 2% back then though. The castor oil I know for a fact is helping with my scalp and my hair looks better/thicker/a little longer.

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    Default Re: Castor oil for hair growth?

    I'm trying castor oil to my routine.

    I like to do a pre-shampoo oiling with coconut oil so I mixed castor and coconut oil at about 1:3 ratio. I made sure to massage my scalp, but my lengths and ends got a good dose of it too. I'll let it sit for an hour before washing it out.

    I'm keen to give this a go for a couple of months

    Edit: happy to say that the oil washed out easily.
    Last edited by Kathie; July 11th, 2021 at 08:51 PM.
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