This post is sponsored by Heritage Store® Castor Oil, however all thoughts and opinions are my own.
As winter starts, the days are getting longer. We are buried in coats, thick sweaters, scarves and gloves to combat the cold. However, amidst all of it sometimes we forget that our body needs special care and attention during the long and dry winter months. I’m sure many of you can attest to this. Hands raised over here! It is extremely necessary to have the skin and hair properly protected. After all, so it could effectively combat the winter season and its harmful effects.
In the cold weather, Heritage Store Castor oil is good because it has magical moisturizing and will keep the skin and hair in good condition. Known for its cosmetic properties, castor oil has been used for many centuries for various purposes. Whether it is skin care or hair conditioning, castor oil is an effective tool for keeping the skin and hair healthy. If one is looking for shiny hair in mint condition or a healthy, glowing skin, castor oil is the perfect solution.
This year I vowed to stick with natural ingredients in the products I use. I love that Heritage Store’s Castor Oil is a jack of all trades.
As I get older, I was noticing my hair thinning more. After using Heritage Store castor oil daily, I noticed my hair is fuller and thick. Heritage Store Castor oil is rich in omega-9 fatty acids, it helps in transforming dull and lifeless hair into shiny, healthy and lustrous hair strands. Along with keeping the scalp and hair conditioned and moisturized. As mentioned it thickens the hair and gives it more volume.
Castor oil is an amazing oil. It has a very low comedogenic rating which means it’s very unlikely to break you out. Please be mindful to pick up a carrier oil (other low comedogenic oils). Do a search online for a list that matches your needs. It is thick and it hydrates the skin and hair.
I also use castor oil to clean my face. Heritage Castor Oil is applied with apricot seed oil or sweet almond oil with a little Heritage Rosehip oil. I use on dry face or with make up. My skin is completely massaged, use warm water with my hands or soft cloth. Some prefer to use only a cloth to wipe but I do prefer my favorite cleanser. I have combination/sensitive skin which is oily, dry patches and aging.