Castor Oil comes from the castor bean's seed. Back in the day, it was taken internally to help digestion. It is a laxative. Castor Oil has great fatty properties that make it a great carrier oil. It softens the skin, hair, and scalp. A ton of companies use it in their shampoos and soaps, especially made for dry hair.
Here are few contents within Castor Oil:
Fatty acids, Amino Acids, Protein, Vitamin A & B Complex, Vitamin E, and Sulfur
Top Ways to Use Castor Oil:
1. Enhance the properties of castor oil by combining with nettle, plantain extracts, and horsetail, and burdock root.
2. Apply oil to hair and scalp let it sit overnight. Wash and Condition next day.
3. Add to conditioner and let it sit for 30 minutes under a steam dryer.
4. Use as a rinse by putting the liquid infusion into a spray bottle and spritz your skin, hair & scalp
WHEN TO SEE A STYLIST
If you regularly visit a salon, your stylist assistant or person shampooing your hair should notice damaged hair. Duafe clients are typically offered a treatment for free to help nudge them to remedy their damaged. An hot oil treatment that includes natural herbs and essential oils such as castor oil will nourish the hair and scalp.
GET IN TOUCH
Duafe Hair Salon
3129 north 22nd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19132