castor oil for hair

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does it make it longer and healthier

how long do you use it for to see effects
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Use it for my facial hair plus hair / eyebrow. Works pretty well. :yy:

Don’t count the days on which you see effects, just develop on getting a routine.
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Using it makes my hair fall out. So no.
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A friend of mine highly recommended castor oil after seeing very good results. However, I was still very skeptical about it but decided to try it since it’s cheap and thought I didn’t have much to lose. I began using it every night for the first month. Then, I got a bit lazy and started using every other night or when I remembered for another month. I’m on my third month now and have been using it every night again. My lashes and even brows are longer, thicker, and fuller. I would highly recommend this product to anyone looking for a natural and safe way to thicken and lengthen their lashes!
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(Original post by Anonymous)
does it make it longer and healthier

how long do you use it for to see effects
There's no scientific studies out there that prove that castor oil causes hair to grow.

Now that's not to say it can't cause hair to grow (it just hasn't been proven either way) - so maybe buy and try. Just beware of the placebo effect.

If you do buy some, make sure you apply some to your wrist or hand first before applying it to your hair, to make sure you don't get an allergic reaction, some people are allergic to it.
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