Castor Oil to treat Acne

: May 5, 2015
 
 
castor oil to treat acne
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Acne is caused by the irritation of the skin because of the impurities accumulated, hence cause the skin to become inflamed. Castor oil helps to extract out dirt from the skin and so it is the best remedy for acne. Castor oil helps to cleanse with the bacteria, dirt, dead skin cells, excess oil and other impurities lodged in the pores, and more over it does not clog pores. Castor oil has been used since long time to treat a variety of medical conditions .It is also used to treat mild acne as it helps to moisturize skin and trigger the body to produce less acne-causing sebum. It reduces inflammation associated with acne. Castor oil is very rich in Ricin oleic acid, which fights with the acne-causing bacteria. It penetrates the skin layers and make it an excellent remedy for acne. Castor oil is used for centuries to treat a number of medical problems. Castor oil is used to treat mild acne because it at the same time moisturizes  the skin and triggers the body and produces less amount of acne-causes sebum, and helps in reduction of skin burning associated with acne
 

Step 1

Clean your skin with a facial cleanser. Dilated pores can be cleansed easily and freed from dirt and oil.

Step 2

Moisten a cloth with warm water. Apply castor oil to the cloth. With the help of the cloth, apply the castor oil on your face with gentle circular motions and focus on the area of the face with breakouts .Leave the castor oil on the skin overnight. Leaving the castor oil on the face overnight will help in moisturizing the skin and bind to excess dirt. In the morning, clean your skin with facial cleanser and wash the castor oil away
Wash your face with warm water as warm water this will help open your pores.
Massage your face simply in a circular motion with the oil.
Keep it overnight.

Wash off your face the next morning with cold water .Castor oil is usually used for fading scars. The fatty the acids come to rescue. They penetrate deep into the scar tissue and plump it out while encouraging the growth of the healthy tissues around it. It helps you diminish your scars slowly.

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