Castor Oil for Hair Growth, Dry Scalp and Gray hair reversal.

Updated: Apr 18, 2019

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"Castor oil is most commonly used as a natural treatment for thin or sparse eyelashes," says Dr. Joshua Zeichner, dermatologist and director of cosmetic and clinical research in dermatology at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York. "It is rich and fatty acid's and helps coat hair shaft themselves to enhance shine and make the hair itself look thicker. In addition, castor oil has antimicrobial properties. By reducing levels of east along the hair follicles, it can help reduce inflammation and subsequently allow hair follicles to function optimally."

Castor oil is made from the castor plant, or Ricinus communis, which is native to India and Africa, though it’s used around the world. You’ve probably seen it in many different types of soaps, cosmetics, massage oils and even medicines.

Surprisingly, castor oil is also one of the best things you can do for a hair if you want to have more lustrous, healthy looking locks, as t’s rich in protein, minerals, and vitamin E, in addition to providing antibacterial and anti-inflammatory compounds.

What you will need for the Castor Oil Hair Growth at-home treatment:

  • castor oil

  • an old T-shirt

  • rubber gloves

  • applicator brush/ a brush you wont use again

  • shower cap

  • large towel


Put on the old T-shirt to prevent staining your clothes. Section off your hair. Put on the rubber gloves and begin applying the castor oil to your scalp using the applicator brush. Massage the oil into your scalp. Apply castor oil to the rest of your hair, using the comb to ensure even coverage. It doesn’t need to be soaked through with oil, but all of your hair should be moist.Once applied, put the shower cap on, ensuring all hair is tucked inside.Clean up any oil drippings with the towel.Leave the shower cap on for at least two hours. This gives the oil enough time to penetrate the scalp, hair follicles, and hair shaft.After two hours, wash your hair with shampoo and conditioner.

* In my personal experience, sitting in the sun or running the blow dryer on the head can acelerate the process. Heat allows the castor oil to work more effectively.

Castor oil can also help fight scalp fungal infections.