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Beauty Secrets Behind The Magic Little Bean

March 26, 2015

Massage just a small amount of castor oil into your cuticles and bare nails every day for a few weeks. This will help strengthen your nails and help them grow. Now is a good time to start getting toes ready for the warmer months. 

Got spit ends? Apply some (not too much) castor oil to the ends of your hair before bed. Wash out the following morning. (Note: protect pillow with a towel) 

Ease itchy scratches and minor bug bites with a tiny dab of castor oil. 

Use castor oil for keeping wrinkles at bay. Castor oil is high in vitamin E, is a natural emollient and stimulates the production of collagen and elastin. 

For cracked heels rub a generous amount of castor oil into heels before bed and put on socks. The oil will be absorbed into the skin and will restore moisture.



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