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on 6/12/2010 5:09:00 AM
More reviews by watchmedoit
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm
Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine
I was skeptical that something in the laxative section would stimulate hair growth, but by golly, it does. I apply with a q tip over brows and lash line nightly, let sink in before bed. I've seen some great results with this method. My brows are noticeably fuller, and my lashes are quite a bit longer. Brilliant!
2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.
on 6/7/2010 1:21:00 PM
More reviews by lilpumpkin
Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool
Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium
I too had an allergic reaction to this around my eyes. I used it all over my face as an oil cleanser mixed with a few other oils (which i had no problems with in the past w/o castor oil in the mix) and i awoke with beautiful skin, yes, but a swollen, watery, red, crusty eye. sexy? i think not. i have had no problems with any other oils (evoo, almond, vitamin e oil) around my eyes. i should have known before putting a friggin laxative near my eye. i mean really. please use this around your face with caution if you have sensitive eyes.
on 5/25/2010 10:40:00 AM
More reviews by Gizzyxx
Skin: Combination, Olive, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
Just a tip for storing and using your treatment I wanted to share with you ladies or anyone thinking of trying this treatment. I have been using Castor Oil mixed with Sweet Almond Oil (also good for lashes and brows) mixed (75% CO to 25% SAO), and have recently started applying it using the method below.I learnt, from a great online video (will add the link to this at end of my review) about how to put the oils together in an old mascara tube:Quickly:1) Get an old mascara tube and empty/clean out its contents until its clean.2) Mix up your oils and/or vaseline (she uses vaseline and aloe also on her video but I dont) in a small pot or bowl.3) Get a clean syringe (I bought one really cheap from ebay!) and syrings up the oils.4) Syringe the mixture into the mascara tube. Now your treatment is ready to apply to the lashes/brows quickly with a lot less mess, its travel friendly and it looks better on your dressing table/bathroom or make up bag that a bottle of castor oil!! ......and its cheap! I find its much easier to control the amount of oil I put on, and i can do my lashes with much less fuss that before! Plus you can re-use your mascara tube when you need to make a new batch :-)For the video...to see step by step how she does it, see this link: Have fun ladies!
27 out of 27 people found this review helpful.
on 5/4/2010 8:51:00 PM
More reviews by seaaagreen
Skin: Combination, Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Black, Other, Other
I LOVE THIS STUFF!It's absolutely amazing! I've been searching for something to help grow out my sparse eyebrows and this did just that!It even helped my lashes! I got my bottle at Rite Aid for around 4 bucks. I apply this stuff by mixing it with vaseline and some EVOO. I watched a video on youtube that showed me how to do this except they used a couple of different ingredients but what I basically do is get an old mascara tube and clean it out. I then mix vaseline, EVOO, and the castor oil into a little plate and mix them together. You can get this mixture into the mascara bottle by putting the mixture into a syringe and squirting it into the mascara tube! BAM there ya have it! I find it much easier to apply it this way rather than using my fingers or a Q-tip. I also massage my eyebrows with the mascara comb for around 1-2 minutes; not sure if that does anything but I heard brushing your eyebrows can help with hair growth. It's also a lot easier to apply to the lashes! I noticed results after using it every night for around 2-3 weeks(I'm sure i forgot to apply it a couple of nights though). Its such a great steal too! My bottle will probably last me foreverrrrrrr!
4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.
on 4/27/2010 10:26:00 PM
More reviews by Vanary516
Skin: Normal, Tan, Not Sure
Soooo I probably wouldnt buy this product agian bc i think it would last me forever. Im using it as a treatment for my patchy brows. Its hard to remember using it every night, I mean who wants slick looking eyebrows when they go out on a friday night lol. Like everyone else whos reviewed this has said, it does take some time to see results but i did see some random hairs sprout in areas where its been bald for like forever! So I'm very optimistic and will update in a few weeks. It can get a little messy so I took the advice from one of the girls on the site, just flip the bottle over real quick and just take a swipe of the liquid that gets on the inside of the cap. Or you can use those disposable mascara wands, and dip it in the bottle just make sure its clean everytime. With the mascara wand, it easier not to get an oil overload. If it dosent work :( at least itll double as an eyebrow conditioner lol
on 4/26/2010 4:22:00 PM
More reviews by cat070992
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Normal, Medium, Not Sure
Pros:-very very cheap-can be found everywhere-you really see results-easy to apply-no scent-clear consistency-makes eyebrows thicker and darker-strengthens eyelashes and makes them longer and fullerCons:-takes a while to see results-i dislike the packaging as you have to wipe off the excess when you dip a Q-tip in it. But for the results, I deal with it! :)So far I've been using castor oil for a month and half now and I can really see the difference in my eyelashes and brows from before. My brows are noticeably darker and thicker, while my lashes are longer and stronger. If anything, I use this to help strengthen my lashes as I curl them everyday.It does take a while to see results, but that comes with every lash grower, etc. Not mention because it is so cheap and is found everywhere, it is definitely worth trying!I would certainly repurchase!
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
on 4/26/2010 4:01:00 PM
More reviews by PinkSoFoxy
Skin: Combination, Medium, Cool
Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium
After reading so many positive reviews about Castor Oil and in my quest to achieve longer fuller lashes I decided to purchase a bottle. I've used Tarte Multipleye which gave me no results and Talika Lipocils which I used for 6 months and enjoyed a lot. The results were gorgeous longer, fuller lashes from the Talika. However the price tag is $40 bucks a pop so I figured I'd give Caster Oil a go. I used it for just two nights applying a very tiny amount on my lashes and broke out in a rash all around my eyes, I woke up with my eyes swollen and red with little bumps. I've never had an allergic reaction like this to anything...except poison oak! It was terrible! It's been two days now and my eyes are finally getting back to normal but you can still see some of the bumps. Anyway I highly suggest doing a spot test first to make sure you're not allergic. I'm glad Castor Oil works for so many others but I will promptly be returning to my Talika Lipocils.
5 out of 7 people found this review helpful.
on 4/17/2010 6:40:00 AM
More reviews by Urs
Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm
Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine
This absolutely worked for me. I have applied castor oil religously with a mascara wand for 6 weeks now and I have considerably longer lashes. Just amazing. It now looks like I am wearing mascara when I am not. My lashes, especially the bottom are much much longer, thicker and darker. It took a while to notice results, just over 4 weeks, so the key is to be patient. I also use castor oil once a week to my hair as a treatment (half and half with avocado oil) with pretty good results. My hair is much more managable and soft but it seems to be a band aid/ temporary effect. After the next wash, my hair is not as smooth. A good trick is when washing out is to apply shampoo directly to hair before wetting it and working it through. I don't know why this works (maybe because water and oil don't mix?), but if you wet hair first you will struggle to get it out.
15 out of 15 people found this review helpful.
on 4/13/2010 9:24:00 PM
More reviews by rocksteady
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool
I originally got this to lengthen my eyelashes. I thought for the great price and all the rave reviews it couldn't go wrong. I've been using this every night for the past 3 weeks and it hasn't lengthened or thickened by eyelashes. It does take off stubborn eyemakeup really well. I also tried using it on my skin that was dry and damaged from overuse of retin-a micro. My skin felt raw from using the retin-a and turned red and flaky on my forehead. The castor oil helped to soothe it and within days the dry skin patches came off easily when I washed my face.I'll keep trying it for my eyelashes and update if anything changes.
on 4/13/2010 9:17:00 PM
More reviews by laurelsage
Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium
I used a small amount applied with a cotton swab to my upper and lower lash lines every night for a week. KAPOW! I am not kidding, my lashes are very noticably longer, stronger and darker. I even put a bit on an area of my brows that I had over plucked, and it has filled in! I would highly recommend that you try this, it is dirt cheap and it really produced amazing results for me. ***** UPDATE ***** I have had to decrease my usage of the castor oil to twice weekly...my lashes were getting to be ANNOYING. I am not kidding, I wear reading glasses and they were hitting the glasses! I read about the oil cleansing, and I would not even think of trying that judging by how my lashes and brows grew! I would have to wax my face every other day! For some reason this product worked miracles for my lashes and brows. I would recommend it to anyone wanting to thicken and lengthen brows and lashes without spending a fortune.
16 out of 16 people found this review helpful.
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