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TOP 5 benefits I gain from Organic Castor Oil in my hair treatment?

Today on OiB, Castor will be your forever bestfriend! I am going to explain you about Organic castor oil which has been proven to make your hair healthy and grow with the special properties inside. These are the top most well-known benefit for hair treatment using the royal organic castor oil.

  1. Make Hair Thick And Fertile

For you who experience hairfall or are habing bald head, organic castor oil is a very good herb to promote hair growth in relatively quick time. You might be now wondering what is inside castor oil so that it can promotes hair growth. Well, it works well for hair because of the oil directly boosts blood circulation in hair follicels which lead to hair growth. It also includes Omega-9 essential fatty acid which make hari healthy and shiny. After all, it can help you to lessen split ends hair, hair breakage, and is a well moisturizing for hair.

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Honey | OrganicIsBeautiful

What do you need?

  • Castor oil
  • Honey
  • Water

How?

  • Mix all the ingredients
  • Rub it onto your hair scalp
  • Keep it for 15 minutes
  • Clean your hair with shampoo

 

  1. Heal Infection On Head Scalp

Infection is dangerous for hair health as it causes major problems such as dandruff and itchy scalp, and bad hairfall. Do not worry, be happy! I am now telling you a good news that Castor oil is an anti-fungal and anti-bacterial agent. It heals micro-organisms and pathogens that cause infection on hair scalp.

What do you need?

  • Castor oil
  • Mint leaves
  • water

How?

  • Mix three ingredients
  • Run onto your scalp
  • Wearing your hair cap for 15 minutes
  • Clean your hair

 

  1. Make Hair More Black And Prevent Grey Hair

There are many people in this world experience grey hair in young age and dull hair. You have to be carefully care for your hair if they has showed the sign. You can apply castor oil onto your scalp to get back your original hair color. Do it as often as you can because it helps naturally in a relative quite long time.

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Raw Hazelnut | www.OrganicIsBeautiful.com

What do you need?

  • Castor oil
  • Hazelnut oil

How?

  • Mix castor and hazelnut oil
  • Rub onto scalp and hair shaft
  • Wearing haircap
  • Clean your hari carefully

 

  1. As A Hair Serum

People find it expensive to buy everything called serum. Hair serum in market is well known for its expensive price. You have to spend much money to purchase a little mililitre serum. Now that problem can be solved by using organic castor oil as your daily hair care serum. You should pour a bit amount of the oil onto your hand palms, rub your hands until feel warm, rub the oil onto your hair shaft in a tender way. Do it regularly to get healthy hair.

What do you need?

  • Castor oil

How?

  • Rub every day on the hair shaft. Do not need to be washed

Do you think now that Castor Oil is everything for hair? I do.

Types of Salts

The Different Types of Salts

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Today in OiB, I’m thinking about Salt. Salt is one of the most basic ingredients of life. It is the basic unit and also has many different types. It has a lot of varieties and uses as well. The different types are given below:

  • Iodized Table Salt

This type is the most known type of all salts as it is used at home in ordinary cooking. It is normally present at the table for sprinkling over foods. The salt is mixed by manufacturers with the iodine mineral which is why it is called as iodized salt. It helps to do away with diseases that are related to iodine deficiencies and lack of iodine through diet as well such as Hypothyroidism, etc. However, the amount should not also be taken in excess as well.

  • Sea Salt

As the name indicates, sea water is evaporated to get this type of salt which is made up of crystals that are larger than the normal iodized table salt. The crystals are also rougher in comparison whereas it is extracted in many places all over the world. Fleur de sel or Flower of salt is extracted in the France region through a manual method. It involves scarping of the topmost layer through scraping before it starts sinking at the bottom of the large salt pan. It is just as if the cream is taken above all and is therefore the most expensive salts of all.

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Dead Sea Salt | OrganicIsBeautiful

The one extracted from the Celtic Sea is known as the Celtic Sea Salt that is extracted using a 2,000-year-old method in Brittany, France.

  • Pickling Salt

Pickling is something which adds zest and spice to life. This type of salt has no additives in it and is used to pickle foods as brines. It is because of this no additive technology that the liquid does not come up like in table salt which has additives and anti-caking agent in it.

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  • Kosher Salt

Kosher salt is so named so because it is normally used when someone is making kosher meat. It has crystals that are rougher as well as bigger besides being irregular in shape. Kosher meat preparation requires driving out all the blood of the animal through cooking first and kosher salt no doubt does that. It is also a choice of many cooks because of its lighter flavor and lesser level of additives too.

  • Himalayan Pink Salt

Found within the Himalayan Range, the fossilized salt form the sea is pink because it is truly rich in Iron and more expensive than normal salt as it is healthier and pure as well.

Salt | OrganicIsBeautiful
Salt | OrganicIsBeautiful
  • Black Salt

Black salt is not actually black in color but pinkish grey in color. It is actually a spice found in Southeast Asia in India and has a very strong Sulphur smell. It is also used in the US to give an egg-like flavor to dishes.

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Since most of the salt we consume is not pure like Fleur de sel hence it should not be consumed too much as excess of everything is surely bad for all. What do you think of salt and which type you use the most, and why?

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Simple Homemade Body Scrub

There is no better feeling than touching a freshly scrubbed skin. Scrubbing leaves the skin smooth and feels fresh as well as exfoliate the dead skin layers which give healthy glow. Some of us may have the budget and time to spend a lovely weekend in a spa. Unfortunately, not all of us have the privilege for such luxury. Even though you have no time and budget to spend time at the spa; it does not mean that you cannot get a nice scrub and spa time at home.

Making a homemade body scrub is very simple. In fact, you can even use the ingredients that usually found in the kitchen. Forget the expensive spa or commercial body scrubs which full with chemical ingredients; here is some simple homemade body scrub that you can try.

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Salt Ready For Body Scrub | www.OrganicIsBeautiful.com

SALT AND LEMON BODY SCRUB
Lemon, as you know, is rich in vitamin C and antioxidant which is definitely good for the skin. In addition, lemon also has skin brightening agent that can make your skin brighter and glow. To make this scrub, you are going to need:

  • 1 cup of Epsom salt or coarse sea salt
  • 1 cup oil of your choice such as olive, coconut, grape seed, sunflower seed, and much more.
  • ¼ cup of lemon juice

Mix the coarse sea salt and oil in a mixing bowl. And then add in lemon juice and continue stirring until you have the right consistency. It should not too runny or too thick, but the consistency should in between both. Store the mixture in a lidded jar and keep in the fridge. I usually use it as body scrub; I wet my body under the shower and the use the scrub to massage all over the body in circular motion and gentle. And then rinse thoroughly and pat dry. I also usually use moisturizer for smoother skin.

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Coffee | www.OrganicIsBeautiful.com

COFFEE SCRUB
You know my secret love affair with coffee in my am routine? Its either coffee, turmeric latte or delicious infused water! Coffee is more than just a mood booster in the morning. The next time you make morning coffee, you can use the coffee grounds for a wonderful body scrub. Coffee scrub helps prevent the appearance of cellulite as well as make the skin smoother. To make this body scrub, you will need:

  • ½ cup grounded coffee
  • ½ cup of coconut oil
  • One or two teaspoons of olive oil

Mix the coffee grounds and coconut oil in a mixing bowl. And then add in the olive oil until you get the right consistency. Store the mixture in a lidded jar and keep fridge.

AVOCADO AND ALMOND SCRUB
Forget about salsa for a while and use the avocado for a hearty scrub.
Avocado is rich in vitamin E which can moisture your skin. For this body scrub you will need:

  • 1 ripe avocado in medium size, peeled and mashed
  • ¾ to 1 cup grounded oatmeal
  • 1/3 cup grounded almonds.

Mix all the ingredients in mixing bowl and then use it to massage the body from head to toe. Massage in a circular motion and then rinse thoroughly. Since this scrub is rich in moisturizer, make sure to rub/clean the shower/tub afterward.

Saturday Relaxation with Ginger and Dead Sea Salt.

Experiencing body scrub should not burn a hole in your pocket. Here in OiB, you can make the natural and simple body scrub which has the same benefits as the one in the spa.

Which one would you like to try first? 🙂

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