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How To Use Castor Oil To Grow Curly Edges

by Chelsea Castonguay
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How To Use Castor Oil To Grow Curly Edges


There's a lot of hype about edges for curly girls out there. A lot of women mistakenly believed their edges needed to be removed. We're looking at you, Kim Kardashian. However, this isn't the case. Your edges are a part of your beautiful curls. If you're looking to grow your curly edges back in, you've come to the right place. Here's how to use castor oil to grow curly edges. Not only is it great for edges, this natural treatment encourages healthy growth for your curls as well.

How To Use Castor Oil To Grow Curly Edges

Why castor oil?

This oil has been used for hundreds of years by curly girls. It works to help rejuvenate the scalp and encourages blood flow. When this happens, your hair is able to grow back in healthier and faster. Additionally, it features anti bacterial properities. Therefore, it's a great choice for those suffering from scalp ailments. Things such as dandruff or psoriasis can limit growth, or cause brittle, easily broken strands.

Finally, the ricinoleic acid helps rebalance the scalp's pH levels, as well as improves circulation. Castor oil also has antioxidants, which help encourage stronger growth.

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What to do:

Using castor oil is pretty easy.  However, it can be pretty thick so you can mix it with almond or jojoba oil to make it easier to apply.

To help regrow edges, apply the castor oil to your scalp. Turn your head upside down, and use your finger tips to massage the oil into your scalp for about 5 minutes. Flip your curls back over, and continue massaging for another 5-10 minutes. Focus on the area where you want your edges to grow back in. Remember, if your edges are already thin or damaged, don't massage too vigorously. Instead, rub the oil in gently and allow it to sit. Rinse off with cool water, and apply weekly. It should take a couple months for your edges to come back in fully.

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