I have been using the Home Health Castor Oil on my scalp for a little over a month now. I use it once a week on my wash days. When I part my hair, I have noticed pieces of short hairs sticking out from my roots. I looks like breakage but it does not feel like breakage. It feels like thick short pieces of new growth. Has anyone experienced this?
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Join date : 2010-08-03
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Well, I wouldn't focus all the attn on "cold pressed." That just means the processing was done under rigid temperature standard, which varies from company to company in terms of the exact temperature. So far, most of the castor oil I see is "cold pressed." Personally, I like to see that it is also free of hexane and solvents and I tend to prefer organic also, but this castor oil I have now is the Heritage version that is not the organic one.
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Join date : 2010-09-18
Ambitious_Tiff wrote:Yes. Its new growth!! No need to panic.
Good to know. I've been noticing this too, and wishful thinking said "it's just new growth, girl!" Phew thankfully that's been confirmed!
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Join date : 2010-01-25
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PaganWifey wrote:I put it on my scalp because it's really dry. It generally works it's way down my hair shaft. I want to try whipping it with a blender to see if that will get even thicker (like a grease or a paste) so it's easier to apply to my scalp.
I use it in my Shea butter mix and it works well blended
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