Castor Oil: The Inexpensive, All-natural Treatment for your Crows Feet

 

Castor oil will have to be one of the most versatile essential oils readily available over-the-counter. It is the most practical, most inexpensive and most effective home remedy to relieve constipation. Just a drop of this oil will be more than enough for any member of the household to expel unwanted toxins in his or her body.

But, have you ever heard how castor oil may also be used to correct and reverse wrinkles? It does have some of the little-known uses, that includes using castor oil for crows feet.

Castor Oil for Wrinkle Treatment

Wrinkles do come naturally with aging skin. However, dryness and sun exposure can aggravate how they appear and when they appear. Unfortunately, many products formulated with what appears to be promising wrinkle care ingredients are unable to deliver their beneficial and often very expensive complexes deep into the skin. That’s because the molecules are often too large to seep in.

Castor oil for Wrinkle Treatment

That’s one advantage which castor oil has as a wrinkle treatment option. It is also rich in emollients and contains high levels of nourishing Vitamin E. Since castorbean plant, from which castor oil is extracted, grows in abundance practically in wastelands across all 7 continents, and does not require high maintenance, if any, castor oil is inexpensive and yet so versatile that every individual should have it within arm’s reach.

Follow the steps below to harness the anti-wrinkle properties of castor oil:

Step 1: Cleanse and tone skin. Make sure your face is rid of makeup and other impurities before putting on castor oil.

Step 2: Simply apply castor oil around your eyes to relieve and smoothen out your crows feet, wrinkles and fine lines. For better control, use q-tips to apply. Be careful not to get it into your eyes and wash your hands right after you’re done with application.

Step 3: Wait for about 15 to 20 minutes. By then, the castor oil will have penetrated your skin. Feel free to top off with your makeup or other skincare products after that.

Step 4: Repeat the process twice daily, once in the morning and once again at night to see visible results sooner.

Other than using castor oil for crows feet, you can also use it to grow hair on your scalp and eyebrows. Warm up the oil just enough for you to still hold it without getting burned. Apply to the area of your scalp where you are experiencing unusual hair loss. Do the same if you need a few more strands on your eyebrows. It can also be used to moisturize the rest of your face, to soften thick calluses, and to relieve various forms of skin irritations and allergies.

Conclusion

There must be a thousand and one uses for this ancient remedy. Just make sure never to get it anywhere near your lips or, you know where you’ll be headed to next!

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