In Review: Now Foods Castor Oil

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Product Description:  Now Foods Castor Oil is expeller-pressed from the seed of Ricinus communis, and is virtually tasteless and odorless. While it has become synonymous with many other areas of wellness, Now Foods Castor Oil is considered by many to be one of the finest natural skin emollients available today. Now Foods Castor Oil is 100% pure and suitable for internal and external use.  Gently cleanses inside and out.

Ingredients:  100% Pure, Guaranteed. Expeller-pressed and Hexane-free.

Cost:  $5.82 for 16oz. bottle from

My Thoughts:  I've read and watched so many reviews on Castor Oil that during a recent "PJ" attack I gave in and purchased a bottle.  There are many uses for this oil such as fighting acne, constipation, menstrual disorders, etc.  But I of course was more curious to see what benefits Castor Oil would give to my hair.  It's been said that when used on a regular basis Castor Oil works to repair and prevent damage and can hide the appearance of damage while improving your hair's health.  Which leads to thicker, fuller hair over time.  Castor oil seals in moisture and leaves the hair feeling soft and silky.

I've only used this oil twice, but I already LOVE it!!  The consistency is more like a serum than an oil and its thick, but not at all sticky.  The smell isn't the greatest, but is not too overwhelming and doesn't linger.  I used it to give a my scalp a much need massage and to set my braids for a braid out.  When I was braiding my hair I was thinking that it may leave my hair a bit greasy, but that wasn't the case.  Once dry my hair felt very soft and moisturized.  I'll definitely be re-purchasing this amazing oil!

To read some intersting articles on the many uses for Castor Oil click here and here.

Have you tried Castor Oil for your hair?!? Share your thoughts!!

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