The anti-bacterial and anti-fungicidal properties of Ricinoleic Acid in castor oil protects the scalp and hair from infections which can cause hair loss. The Omega-9 fatty acids in castor oil also nourish the hair and prevent the scalp from drying.
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Castor oil is used widely for a number of problems and ailments. To name a few, castor oil helps deal with problems related to hair and skin. Fatty acids and Vitamin E of castor oil aid in hair growth. When applied on hair and scalp, castor oil stimulates hair growth, charges up blood circulation and frees the scalp of any bacterial and fungal infections and dandruff. Hair roots get the required nourishment through castor oil. The usage checks hair loss and split ends. The oil traps the moisture of the hair and prevents it from becoming dry. The same theory comes into force when castor oil is applied on eyebrows. Topical application of castor oil helps in thickening of eyebrows. Castor oil also helps in getting rid of warts and moles
Jojoba oil is known as the oil that mostly closely resembles human sebum, so the uses and benefits to skin and hair are high. As an anti-bacterial—Just as Native Americans have known for centuries, jojoba oil is very effective in preventing and treating infections of the skin. Long before modern medicine produced topical treatments to treat infections, jojoba oil was doing just that for Native tribes throughout Mexico and the American Southwest. Jojoba oil reduces the painful swelling and redness that so often accompanies a skin injury. Its anti-inflammatory properties also make it an effective treatment for acne.
Chamomile essential oil is a natural anti-inflammatory, anti-allergen and is nourishing to itchy skin. Chamomile EO also increases regeneration of skin making it a perfect natural remedy for itchy skin, eczema and dermatitis. Chamomile is a natural skin soother that works well for treating sun or wind burn.
Neroli Essential Oil When you get a cut or wound and the doctor is too far to reach for an anti-tetanus injection, you should apply this oil on your wounds. This will effectively protect your wounds from infections and tetanus. You can then take your time to visit the doctor, but you should still definitely see a physician, just in case. This powerful essential oil kills bacteria and in certain skin conditions caused by bacteria, this oil may prove useful in giving considerable relief.
Eucalyptus Essential Oils The oil is largely used for first aid purposes because of its remedial and healing properties. It is used for the treatment of blisters, minor wounds, cuts, and bruises. Application of the oil also helps in easing skin irritation and insect bites. This oil has been renowned to relieve muscle pain due to its anti inflammatory properties. The anti inflammatory properties make it an excellent treatment for stiff muscles, aches and other pain related issues. One of the main reasons eucalyptus oil is preferred is due to its cooling properties.
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