Use This Oil for Fast Hair, Eyebrows and Eyelashes Growth

A good hair care will make it shiny, voluminous, and healthy, so you'll be more than pleased with how it looks.

Are you happy with your hair, or you spend hours in front of the mirror trying to fix it?

A good hair care will make it shiny, voluminous, and healthy, so you’ll be more than pleased with how it looks.

Now you may think “well, I do take care of my hair, but it’s still far from shiny, and beautiful.” However, you must know that using expensive, commercial products is not a guarantee for having a wonderful hair. Their content can include chemicals which can do more harm than good for your hair.

Instead, try castor oil. Thanks to its high amounts of Omega-9 fatty acids, it is one of the best oils for hair growth and health.

Furthermore, it’s rich in ricinoleic acid which provides powerful antibacterial and anti-fungal effects. In this way, the acid in castor oil fights fungi and bacteria, thus speeding up the growing process of not only your hair but also your eyelashes and eyebrows.

Also, you can use castor oil to treat scars, due to its ability to increase the secretion of collagen and elastin. It’ll make your skin moisturized, soft, shiny, rejuvenated, and free from wrinkles.

You can boost the castor oil’s effects by combining it with almond or coconut oil. Here’s how to use them to improve the health and speed up the growth of your hair, eyelashes, and eyebrows:


  • 5 tbsp. of Castor oil
  • 5 tbsp. of Almond oil/Coconut oil


Dissolve your thick castor oil in some coconut or almond oil to make it runnier. Mix the oils well, and then apply the solution on your scalp from the roots to the tips, as well as on your eyelashes, and eyebrows.

Do this before bedtime, and let the mixture stay on your hair overnight. The next morning, rinse it with water. You’ll soon notice positive results.

Source Healthy Food House | Daily Natural Life


  1. Thanks for sharing! I am going to try this one, however when you put that much castor oil in your hair (bcuz I have), it’s not the easiest task getting it all cleansed and removed from your hair. Do you have any suggestions as to how to best remove castor oil from your hair? Thanks, Jordan S.

    1. You can use baby powder or flour, put it on your oily hair (not too much), leave it for about 5 minutes and then just wash it off normally.

      Hopefully this will work for you.

  2. When applying this mixture to your eyebrows and eyelashes, doesn’t it make those areas really ‘greasy’ and your pillow will now be full of oil spots overnight?

    1. I use a different pillow when I have to sleep the night with some beauty remedy on my face. Or having different pillow sheets can also do the trick (but if it’s too greasy your pillow can still get stained). If you don’t move around much while you sleep, just laying on your back can do the trick.

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