Okay, we don’t like to nag, but you are going to want to know this! Castor oil is a marvel ingredient that strengthens your hair prepping it for its battle with tangles and heat every day. No kidding! Just head on over below and read for yourself.
1. Retaining The Moisture
More than infusing your hair with moisture, castor oil locks in the already present moisture in your hair. The heavy presence of fatty acids in castor oil helps to retain the moisture well in your mane. And as if that wasn’t enough, as a humectant, and we will attempt to explain that in human terms, is that castor oil absorbs moisture from the air as well, giving it all to your hair.
2. High Nourishment
Your hair should be beautiful inside out. Castor oil is rich in vitamins, minerals, omega 9 and numerous essential fatty acids. Oiling your curls frequently with this nourishing oil will make sure your hair gets what it needs to bring all the boys to the yard. Take a look at some of these top foods for healthy hair.
3. Reduce Breakage And Frizz
Castor oil with its lubricating and waxing properties prevents hair strands from getting brittle. When hair breakage and frizz is under control, you will have nothing short of gorgeous voluminous hair!
4. Antibacterial And Antifungal Properties
Castor oil’s antibacterial and antifungal properties enable it to fight pathogens and bacteria. Various scalp infections like dandruff and itchy scalp can be treated by its application.
5. Improves Scalp Circulation
Everything comes down to the scalp. If the base is strong all else will be taken care of. The presence of Ricinoleic acid in castor oil increases the blood circulation of your scalp. This strengthens the roots of your hair and controls hair fall. Bonus points to Castor Oil for delaying premature greying of hair.
With so many benefits of using castor oil in your hair, you ought to make this a routine to have happier hair days. Care to broaden your perspective on hair care? Get a good read at How To Care For Your Faux Locs.
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