Organic castor oil 15/50 ml

Price: € 3.05 (€ 20.33 / 100 ml)

Manufacturer: Zoya Goes Pretty ®
SKU: SKU4993
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Unrefined and organic oil, extracted from the seeds of the tropical plant Ricinus communis. Castor oil is thick and sticky, it doesn’t go rancid easily and absorbs slowly into the skin. Suitable for dry, mature and problematic skin.

Use:

Mix with jojoba, almond or apricot seed oil (for cleansing mixtures use up to 60%, for moisturizers – up to 10%). It builds protective layer on skin, soothes, cleans and restores. Use it to stimulate hair, eyelashes and eyebrows (use up to 30% in mixtures with other oils). You could add castor oil to your hair conditioner, too. Adds shine to the lip balms. Rub a little castor oil over the base of your eyelashes before bed. This prevents thinning and promotes rapid growth, leading to thicker and fuller lashes. In fact, many commercial products for eyelashes contain castor oil. To thicken sparse eyebrows, rub a little castor oil over the brow line before bed.

Ingredients (INCI):

Cold pressed organic castor oil (Ricinus Communis Seed Oil).

Warning:

Store away from direct sunlight, in a cool dry place.

15/50 ml



Shipping & handling
We ship within 24 hours with tracked and signed delivery. For Bulgaria it takes 1 day, for Greece and Romania: 1-2 days, for other EU countries it takes 3-5 days. Tracking number is availabale after your order upon request.

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