Castor oil
Castor oil Castor oil

Name of Ingredient

Castor oil, ricin oil



Castor oil

Castor oil is produced by cold-pressing the seeds of the castor oil plant. It has a lighter texture and rich composition. It contains vitamin E and linoleic, oleic, and ricinoleic fatty acids, and in greater quantities than other plant-based oils. This makes it an effective ingredient for skincare, as well as for haircare, eyebrow and eyelash products.

Castor oil is, in particular, indispensable in the care of dry, fading, or inflamed skin, as well as having a beneficial effect on the hair shaft and roots.

Ricinoleic acid smoothes the skin, reduces wrinkles, nourishes and moisturises the skin, and stimulates intracellular processes. Oleic acid speeds up the metabolism of the epidermal cells, helping the skin to recover faster from minor injuries.

Why it’s good for your face

  • Speeds up skin cell regeneration
  • Reduces the appearance of small wrinkles
  • Helps retain moisture in skin cells
  • Reduces puffiness

Why it’s good for your hair

  • Strengthens the hair shaft
  • Stimulates hair growth
  • Effectively fights dandruff
  • Great for nourishing damaged ends

Why it’s good for your body

  • Reduces the appearance of scars and stretch marks
  • Relives flaking skin and softens rough spots
  • It has an antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effect on acne, pimples, and rashes
  • Stimulates collagen and elastin production, making skin firmer and more elastic


Individual intolerance.

Scientific evidence

[1] The fatty acids and vitamin E in castor oil help stimulate hair growth. The oil has an antibacterial effect on the scalp and repairs split ends.

It acts as a natural moisturizer and antiseptic on skin. Castor oil fights stretch marks and wrinkles and helps heal cracks.


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