How castor oil healed my scar (with before and after photos!)


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My story

How I used castor oil on my scar

How my scar changed as it healed

My before-and-after photos

I’ve been writing about castor oil a lot, mainly because I’ve had some wonderful results from it personally. Among other things, castor oil has aided in my recovery from PCOS and dissolved a painful calcium deposit on my heel. That it could do those things were amazing to me — it still is.

Sometimes though, I find myself reluctant to write about my own positive experiences because the extent of my successful healing can sound like I’m making it all up. I think part of it is because the “accepted” way of getting treatment for most of the modern Western world is to go to a doctor, take lots of pills (ALL of which are liver-toxic, by the way) or go for painful surgery (which may or may not make things worse). If you do these things, no one will question your sanity or your prudence.

This is despite the fact that most modern, accepted treatments = expensive, with possibly harmful side effects, may/may not even work, usually become ineffective when discontinued (which means you are chained for life), only seeks to treat the surface symptoms, abandons even the pretense of healing as its aim (this last one makes me want to alternately cry and tear my hair out because it is sheer madness… unethical, even).

Meanwhile, the method of treatment I’m proposing (castor oil) is so simple, cheap and effective that many will write it off without even giving it a chance. After all, how can it work when it’s not expensive, painful and harmful to us, right? I know some might mock me or think me as simple-minded, or even worse, a scam artist…

The other day, someone asked me in the comments if I was writing about castor oil because I make money by selling it. I do not produce or sell castor oil on this site or anywhere else. I never have. All the ads on my article pages are contextual ads, not direct product ads. My first instinct when reading this commenter’s question was to feel somewhat hurt/indignant. But after a while, I ended up feeling quite grateful to the commenter as it gave me a chance to clarify an issue that I didn’t even know might cross some readers’ minds.

I seem to have rambled on a bit here… My point is, in the end, it really doesn’t matter what some choose to believe or disbelieve about castor oil. It only matters what I believe/experience/do/ultimately share with the world. I know my messages will go out to those who really need it. That to me is everything. And that is partly why I’ve decided to write this article. Hopefully, it will convince some people to open up their minds a little. Well, I can hope!

This article is quite different from my other ones. I’ve realised that while it’s one thing for me to TELL people about my experience with using castor oil, it’s quite something else when I can SHOW them. That’s right, I’m putting aside any self-consciousness I have and showing everyone my own before-and-after photos. Yeah!!! And here we go…

The story of how I healed my scar using castor oil

THE SHORT VERSION: I successfully healed a three-year old deep burn scar on my leg by using castor oil. Scroll down for photos galore. The end.

THE LONG VERSION: In 2007, I accidentally burned my leg on a hot motorcycle exhaust pipe. Yes, I lead a very exciting life. 🙂 The burn was on the inner calf of my right leg. My initial injury can be classified as a deep second-degree burn.

After the wound scabbed and peeled over a couple of weeks, the scarred skin that emerged was:

  • almost completely hairless
  • much less sensitive to touch than the normal, healthy skin around it. These mean the burn was deep and severe enough to have “killed” most of the hair follicles as well as some nerve endings.
  • had a complete and “permanent” change in color. This was mostly hyper-pigmentation (darkening) mixed with a bit of hypo-pigmentation (loss of color), which is common in deep burns. The pigment change was dermal (reached the lower dermis layer of the skin, as opposed to  the upper epidermis only), and deep enough that conventional lightening treatments such as hydroquinone could do nothing to change it.
  • there was also a slight crescent-shaped depression close to the centre of the scar. I could feel the dip in my skin by touch alone.

In October 2009, I started using castor oil on my leg.
By June 2010 (9 months later), the scar was almost gone.

Amazingly, after this nine-month period:

  • there was normal hair growth (I know the photos below don’t show the hair, but that’s only because I’ve shaved my legs. )
  • my touch sensitivity returned — nerves I previously thought were dead and gone were revived back to life
  • skin color/pigmentation returned to normal, blending in almost flawlessly with my surrounding skin. This was not something I expected at all since I have olive skin or Type IV skin
  • the small depression had mostly filled in with healthy new tissue

In the most recent photo below (March 2011), you can still see a shadow of the scar on my calf. However, this was deliberate on my part — in August 2010, I decided to stop using castor oil on my leg. As strange as this may sound, I wanted a little bit of my scar to remain with me, because in my eyes, it had turned from a flaw into a reminder of my mind-opening journey.

You may read this article and imagine that the journey was a completely smooth, confident and happy one for me, but that isn’t the case at all. I had many ups and downs. During the first few months, I had many “downs”. There were days when I lost faith and thought about giving up. But as I discovered, all things change with time.

So yes, I want to keep a little bit of my scar with me. It’s a reminder of how far I’ve come and how much I’ve healed. Even now, everytime I look at it, I’d feel so very grateful for my healing and in awe of my body’s amazing transformation.

It truly makes me wonder what else is possible!

My method of using castor oil

How I used castor oil was easy — I kept it on my scar as much as I can. There were many days when I kept castor oil on my scar for almost 24 hours a day (excluding the breaks for showers).

During the day, I would massage castor oil into my scar. Sometimes I did this a few times a day. I learnt to carry a tiny travel bottle of castor oil with me to do this in the restroom at public places or at work.

At night, I would put a castor oil pack on my scar before going to bed. A castor oil pack is just a way to keep castor oil on the skin by wrapping it up. For my castor oil pack, I would slather the oil on my scar, cover it with cotton gauze, put more castor oil over that, and then wrap my calf up in cling film (plastic wrap) to keep it from staining my sheets. I then put on a long sock to make sure everything stayed on while I slept.  I know this sounds like a lot of work, but I got it done very quickly, usually in less than a few minutes.

What I used

  • I used only microwave-safe cling film that’s toxin-free, which seems to be fairly safe. It’s important to use toxin-free plastic if you’re putting on a castor oil pack. Castor oil is a very good solvent and can displace the chemicals and dyes in some plastics. Once displaced, these chemicals may be readily absorbed by the skin, leading to irritation (thanks to dollfaceluna for pointing this out to me!).
    [UPDATE: I recently found something that might work even better than cling flim — silicone food wraps (sometimes called stretch lids/silicone lids). They’re stronger than cling film, clear, washable and maintain their shape (they don’t bunch up easily). And because they’re washable and reusable, they also save money and reduce waste. I bought a set and it’s very easy to cut them down to size. Most come in a few sizes, so you may not even need to cut them.]
  • I used cotton gauze because it was cheap and disposable, but when I first started out, I was using cut cloth (basic unbleached cotton). Both are fine, but because castor oil will go rancid eventually, I’d need to wash/dry the cloth every few nights to keep it fresh. Eventually, I switched to cotton gauze that I bought at the pharmacy. Gauze was cheap, plentiful and disposable, so I didn’t need to wash it. It came in long strips so I cut them up into small squares for my use. If you decide to use cloth instead, here’s a tip: wash it out with baking soda. Baking soda gets castor oil out very well.
  • The brands of castor oil I used were Home Health, Heritage and Now Foods (where to buy castor oil?). However, this shouldn’t matter. Any brand that’s hexane-free and cold-pressed will do (the oil should ideally be cold-pressed because it retains more nutrients this way — the cold-pressed oil extraction method is much gentler than conventional methods; for example, it uses no heat). Anyway, I couldn’t tell any difference in the quality between the brands I used. So don’t worry about brands so much, I made my own purchasing choices based on how large a bottle I could get for as low a price as possible, just because I go through a LOT of castor oil. 🙂

I used castor oil this way daily, but I also took breaks from it once in a while to let my skin rest. I found that my heavy usage of castor oil would sometimes “loosen” the skin on my scar, making it look a bit wrinkly. Kind of like the way skin would “prune up” when we stay in a bath too long. I wasn’t worried the first time I noticed this “loosening effect” because I somehow knew it was temporary. This probably happens because castor oil is a very good humectant and will put moisture into the skin. The breaks I took gave my skin a rest and then everything would tighten up again. This would be anywhere between a week to two weeks. I took as much time as my skin needed to tighten back up.

Just to be clear, this temporary loosening only happened because I was using castor oil very intensively on my scar (almost 24 hours/day and over many consecutive days). I’ve never gotten any such effect through normal usage of castor oil on other parts of my body or my face.

In the beginning, I worried that taking these breaks from my regimen would delay my healing. But when I saw that my scar was continuing to heal and progress regardless, I started to change my mind. I now believe these breaks were beneficial and possibly even crucial in healing my scar. I believe my skin was rebuilding itself more efficiently during the rest periods, while breaking down the scar tissue more actively during the “on” periods. But that’s just my personal opinion, I don’t exactly know how castor oil was able to do what it did for me, I only have my theories. (If you’re interested in finding out more on your own, google Edgar Cayce and castor oil. Edgar Cayce was a pioneer and advocate of castor oil use. )

Like I told a commenter (Matt), it’s a fairly intensive daily regimen, which was sometimes hard to keep up with. But then I started to see results… Slowly but surely, I saw my scar changing with my own eyes after a few months. This was the proof that kept me going when I would have otherwise given up.

How my scar changed

Everyone’s scars and skin injuries are different so it would make sense for us to heal differently. This was how my scar changed.

      • The appearance of tiny light dots

After a few months, I started seeing many tiny, light-ish dots in my hyperpigmented scar. They were so tiny at first that I could only see them by looking closely under the bright light of a torch. Then the tiny dots grew large enough that I could see them in normal lighting.

These dots continued to expand and eventually started to join up with each other. I got very excited at that. Eventually, I had small patches of healed, unblemished skin within my scar, which I spent many minutes staring at and touching…. I was simply amazed at them.

      • Hair growth (important for regeneration!)

At the same time, I started seeing short and very fine, light-colored hairs appear on my scar. At first, these hairs were almost colourless and looked “golden” under a light. Over time, they grew longer, thicker and darker, until they looked no different from the hair on the rest of my legs. I noticed that my scar started to show faster improvement after normal hair growth returned.

This is probably because hair growth and follicles are important in cell regeneration. You may be surprised by this, but stem cells — which turn into our skin cells and nerve cells and everything else — originate from our hair follicles (these stem cells also aid skin regeneration after an injury—read ‘Hair follicle stem cells – the hairy truth‘). Knowing that my follicles were important in healing my scar, I made sure not to harm them by waxing since this would pull them from the root. And yes, I admit that I even avoided shaving my scar most of the time just to be safe. Although in theory, shaving should not do much harm, and what harm it causes should be temporary at the most.

Basically, the changes in my scar came slowly and started out very small, but these little changes added up to a big one over nine months.

In fact, here’s another tip: if you’re trying to heal a scar with castor oil, take a good, clear photo of it now if you can. It would be useful for you to look at it and make comparisons after a few months just because it’s sometimes hard for us to see the changes in something that we look at everyday.

About the photos

It was awkward for me to take photos of my calf with my phone. The easiest way for me to take a good shot was to rest my right calf over my left thigh. I actually have tons of photos, these are only a few. What can I say… I’m a big geek and something of an amateur documenter. I’ve been journaling for many years now for my own nerdy pleasure. I never thought I would share these photos with anyone else, let alone publish them online for the whole world to see!

If you’re reading this and have a deep scar you wish to treat, I hope my photos and story give you some hope. 🙂

Date Photos (click to enlarge) Details
May 2008 Taken with Sony Ericsson K770i Cybershot. Flash was OFF. You can clearly see the crescent-shaped depression in the middle.
May 2008 Taken with Sony Ericsson K770i Cybershot. Flash was ON. Compare with the photo above taken on the same occasion. The camera flash makes a big difference.
June 2010 Taken with Sony Ericsson Hazel (no timestamp feature available). Flash was OFF.
March 2011 Taken with Sony Ericsson Hazel (no timestamp feature available). Flash was OFF.
March 2011 Taken with Sony Ericsson Hazel (no timestamp feature available). Flash was ON.
March 2011 Another angle to give you some context. Taken with Sony Ericsson Hazel (no timestamp feature available). Flash was ON.

Note: Thank you to the girl I saw at lunchtime today. She was walking ahead of me in a skirt and had the same burn scar I did, on the same place on her calf. I really, really wanted to ask her about it (motorcycle exhaust pipe, huh?). I wanted to roll up my pant leg, show her my calf and share with her what I did to heal it. But I didn’t. Eventhough I would have approached her with nothing but love and an enthusiastic desire to share/help, I thought there was a chance she would not have wanted my help in that setting (we were in a crowded place and she was not alone).

Afterwards, I wasn’t sure if I had made the right decision in not speaking to her. Sometimes, we fear too much and a golden moment in life might pass us by. I thought about how I could make things right somehow, and I came up with the idea of putting this article + some of my photos together. So this was all really inspired by her. Thank you!

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477 thoughts on “How castor oil healed my scar (with before and after photos!)”

  1. Hi sam I have 2 c section and horable strecth marks in my tummy can I mix castor oil with coconut oil ????

      1. Hi Samantha: Thanks for the tips on castor oil. I severed the flexor tendon on my right thumb. Surgery was delayed, result was surgery in the carpal tunnel. That
        was three years ago this Saturday. Now, lots of issues mostly due to scar tissue,
        first in the carpal tunnel, leads to nerve complications, pain etc. second, in the thumb at the first joint, the scar tissue restricts movement in the thumb. So, on to castor oil, which I had used before, with limited success. I use a wrap, both on the thumb and the wrist, while I sleep, 8 hours per day. A little difference as I
        add DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide) to the castor oil. Currently 5 parts oil to 2 parts
        DMSO. DMSO is known to carry compounds into membrane (scar tissue). Essentially, the DMSO delivers the castor oil to the scar tissue and subsequently
        into the scar tissue. I started at 5 parts to 1 and have increased to 5 parts to 2.
        After three weeks, the physio therapist I attend has remarked that he sees significant change in both the thumb and the wrist. I’ll keep you advised over the next several months

        1. Hi Jim, that’s amazing — thanks for sharing your experience and the tip about mixing castor oil with DMSO.

          I’ll look forward to hearing your updates!

          Sam

  2. Hi, my name is mae 29 and has been suffering from PCOS for 2 years now. Pills(BC) and Metformin to normalize my period cycle just drives me crazy and severe side effects affects my daily routine. So i end up not taking the meds and stopped trying because my stomachaches and nauseations will range to mild then severe. Iv heard of castor oil and reading this article gives me hope to someday gain back my confidence and hope of having another bundle of joy. Seing the doctor for my condition has been too much time spent,financially,effort and non stop refferals which ends up to one thing and another but i end up with still the same problem. I would like to try castor oil and how to use it to treat pcos. Please help me.🙁 It would save me alot of time from missing work for appointments and save money. 😔 Thank you..😊

    1. Hi Mae, you might want to read this other post I wrote — How I healed my ovarian cysts

      It’s an account of my own personal journey of healing my cysts. And while each person’s uterine issues and body conditions/history etc will be unique, perhaps you can glean some ideas from it. I also used castor oil on my abdomen.

      All the best to you,

      Sam

  3. Hi,
    This is probably my last resort before trying lasers.
    Ive read your blog a lot of times by now.
    Your are really giving hope to get rid of my burn nose scar.

    The scar is both indented and hypertrophic. It looks like a crater on the side of my nose.

    Ive done some research. I know that CO boosts or contains PGE2 wich is good against hypertrophic scarring.
    Because hypertrophic scars lack PGE2. When the scars where compressed the levels of pge2 raised and induced healing.

    What i’m doing right now is massage CO into the scar when at work. At home i use medical cloth whatever it called and put it on with CO overload.

    This scar is really putting me down.
    I forgot to say ive been using CO for 2 weeks now on my acne chest arm scars while needling weekly. Really seeing results already. Most of them are all hypertrophic. I will keep this up.

    Thanks for this blog and giving hope in skin regeneration!

    1. Hi Dodow, you’re very welcome 🙂

      That’s interesting about PGE2 – and I didn’t even know what it was till I googled it!

      I’m glad to hear that you’re seeing some progress after only 2 weeks — that’s really fast!

      Good luck and keep me posted!

      Sam

  4. Hi samantha! Thankyou for writing this article that focuses on scar healing. I’m 21 now, and i also have motorcycle exhaust pipe burn and it turned into a brown scar. It was huge. A bit bigger than yours. It gives me hope. Please help me. Thank you!

    1. Hi Shane, I was happy to share my experience and I’m glad it gives you hope. I’m sure castor oil can help with your scar too 🙂 Good luck!

      1. Will castor oil helps on improving other dark scars too? Do you have facebook account, so i can add you up? Thanks for your immediate response. 🙂

  5. Hi Sam,

    Back with a small update.

    Castor oil is key to hypertrophic scarring! It just breaks the scar down it seems. Also the redness on my nose scar is almost gone now. Best treatment ive done so far!

    Atrophic scars takes longer i think because your body needs make new tissue. I don’t see the same level of results (yet).

    I should have made pictures. Especially for the atrophic scars. I probably have some results but i see myself everyday :).

    @Shane
    I also have dark scars on my arm. They are still dark but much lighter. So just go for it!
    Ive been using CO for almost 2 months now and 2 months with this results is insane!!

    1. @Dodow
      Hi dodow! If you don’t mind? Can we talk on twitter/Facebook? Thanks for keeping my hopes up. As of today. I’m currently using biooil for mos. with no significant results. I should really try Castor Oil. How did u apply it? 🙂 Thanks!

      1. Hi Shane,

        I would love to talk but i don’t have twitter or facebook are there any other options?

        The way i apply it, is just massaging it all over my arms and chest. For some big hypertrophic scars i use some medical cloth for the night. The same for my nose scar. Remember the progress is really slow. But i almost use it for 2 months i really can see results in some scars like i mentioned before.

        Just keep in mind when you buy castor oil that it must be cold pressed. I got mine from ebay BP grade. It is really cheap.

        Btw i also used bio oil but it didn’t do anything for me.

        1. @Dodow

          Hi dodow! How about Yahoo? Gmail? I’ll add you! 🙂 Where can I locally buy the castor oil? Is it available at some grocery stores? Thanks! I know the progress would be slow. Patience and consistency’s the key right? 🙂 I really hate the scar i have behind my leg. I really want to get rid of it 🙁

          1. Hi Shane,

            I really have no idea where you can buy CO in stores.
            Just made an Yahoo account add me dodow1988.

    2. Thanks for the update, Dodow 🙂 I’m glad to hear it’s working for you.

      And sorry for my late reply, I’ve been quite busy lately.

  6. @Dodow
    Hi dodow! I tried looking at some pharmacies but I was hesitant to buy. on the bottle, I’ve read “cathartic and purgative” Formulation: each ml ….contains 1 castor oil. I’m not sure if I’m buying the right one. Please help.

    1. Hi Shane,
      Just add me on Yahoo so we can talk more easily. This is no place for that.

      But i have no idea either. I really recommend buying it from ebay. It’s cheap and you know you are buying the right thing. Look for cold pressed, BP grade if you can. Got 1 litre for about 15 euro.

  7. Ohhhh myy god samantha you are a life saver , i love you so muchh 😛 seriously i hope you get all that you ever wished for.
    You have changed my life , i had scars , but one day i came across your arricle i wasnt serious about it at first , but i thought ehh whta the hell what have i got to loose lets give castor oil a try too , maybe this lady is not genuine ..
    You wont believe it , just within a week i started seeing changes , those tiny white spots started appearing and they have started fading now ..
    I seriously owe it all to you ❤ thank you so muchh ..

    1. Hi Faryal

      You’re very welcome and thanks for your good wishes 😄

      That’s amazing that you’re seeing white spots just after a week of using castor oil. You’re lucky — my scars can be pretty darn stubborn!

      Keep it up 👍

      Sam

  8. I will always owe it to you ❤ btw i’ll post my before and after pics very soon ..
    So you can see the results 😊
    Cheer hon! 😊

    1. Happy to know that your scars are fading. I also started using castor oil two days ago. Were yours scars small or big and were they old or you recently had them? I’m just curious because I had chickenpox and it left some hideous scars and just want to know that would it work for my scars as well.

  9. Hi Dodow & Samantha!

    I already have my castor oil. I bought it online. It is pure, cold-pressed and Hexane free. it is imported from India. I hope i bought the right one. I’ve been using it for 3 days. I’ll update you in a few weeks. Thank you! 🙂 Btw, Is it really sticky(texture) and extra thick?

  10. Hi, I just read your post and loved it. Does castor oil work for all types of scars and burns. I have a scar at the center of my nose and it’s in the shape of a thick outline of an oval. I completely hate and cover it with makeup everyday. I got the scar from picking at a blackhead during my holiday’s 9 months ago. Would castor oil get rid of this ?

  11. Hello Samantha! Love all of your information!
    Could you tell me… might applying CO on neck thyroid area possibly aid in shrinking thyroid calcification nodules which are located at the front of the thyroid and visually apparent right below the skin? Diagnosed by 2 doctors and sonogram shows calcification in small clusters. If you feel CO is worth a try, wondering if you would just apply the CO massaging it in, or would you need to apply and cover the area?
    Thank You!
    Levi

    1. Hi Levi

      I don’t know much about thyroid nodules specifically, but there’s no harm trying castor oil over that area, especially if you feel it might help. From my experience, it’s a very healing oil. Massaging it in might be easier given the location. It might be cumbersome trying to hold a castor oil pack there unless you’re lying down.

      Regarding calcification though, I do have one suggestion and that is to consider supplementing with magnesium chloride. Magnesium is a natural antagonist to calcium and studies have shown that it can remove calcification in soft tissue. I’d also written about how increasing my magnesium levels has helped my own health issues here. There are more links about magnesium there as well, including an invaluable Weston Price article.

      I hope that helps and good luck to you 🙂

      Sam

      1. HI Samantha . . . Thank you so much for your reply. I do know about the Magnesium/Calcium relationship… So much so, I have rarely ever taken a calcium supplement. The Magnesium I’ve been taking for a 3 or 4 years since my diagnosis is a liquid form of Angstrom 2000 +/- parts per million. Have regular sonograms at 6 mo. intervals, now once a year, and there have been no changes for 3 years, but of course, I want the “look” GONE!! Possibly, you mention the magnesium “chloride” to be “specific for calcification” ?
        YES! I will click and read what you say you have written!!
        Thanks Again!
        Levi

        1. Cheers. I’m glad you’re already aware.

          Yes, magnesium chloride seems to be the most absorbable form. When we take other forms, our stomach needs to break it down into mag chloride anyway (assuming there’s enough hydrochloric acid being produced by the stomach). I also spray it on my skin, which I actually prefer because it gives me immediate relief and bypasses the digestive system completely.

  12. Hi Samantha,

    I am really happy for the recovery you made using castor oil. I recently had chickenpox and it left me with some hideous looking scars all over my body. Do you think that castor oil could help these scars? these are pretty small and are not deep at all. Considering the fact that my scars are newer and smaller than your scar, do you think that these scars will fade away faster that your scar? Thank you!

    1. Hi Mohammad, yes I think it should help your scars. Chickenpox scars are not much different from any other type of scars as they’re also caused by an injury to the skin.

      Newer scars do seem to respond faster so you may see results sooner than I ever did.

      Good luck!

      Sam

  13. I had broken capillaries and redness on my nose. Dermatologist used a Cutera CoolGuide Vantage Nd:Yag laser. Didn’t explain would have any side effects. Totally wrong! Burned a 2mm hole on side of nose resulting in immediate scabbing which lasted almost 2 weeks. When scab came off, not only was there an indent, but a major brown mark. Obvious. Also, in other areas, caused brown pigmentation. Did it work for removing the capillaries and redness? Yes. But not totally. But the side effects? Not worth it! Try another laser and make sure the derm knows how to use it! Now the good news…. I used castor oil and rubbed it into the scar areas on and off for almost 5 months. In the immediate short term nothing much changed, except that I was psychologically not in a good place. Prayed that in a year, I would be healed. 5 months later, I can’t say whether the scar healed by itself, or whether the CO helped, but it did. The scar miraculously rebuilt itself and there is now no dent and the brown color is all gone from it as well as the other brown areas of my skin that were effected by the laser. So I believe CO doesn’t hurt and based on anecdotal evidence contained on this board, it could sure have helped a great deal but patience is the key! Good luck all and thank you for the writer of this original post for inspiring me to give it a try. Best to all.

    1. Hi sam, thanks for sharing your own experience here. Maybe it’ll encourage more people to give castor oil a try.

      It can understandably seem crazy that castor oil can rebuild skin — I think it’s a see-it-to-believe-it kind of thing.

      Anyway, I’m really happy for you! 😃

  14. Hi Samantha, do you think castor oil work on a skin that burned by hot boiling water? Do you have an email so that I can show you my pictures and ask more question about it? Thank you

    1. Hi Angela,

      Yes, castor oil will work for scalds and blistered skin too. If the area is still painful, castor oil might help relieve the pain as well.

      You can use http://tinypic.com/ to upload your photos and share the links here.

      Sam

  15. Hi Samantha,
    I have melasma/post inflammatory pigmentation on my face and neck. I have tried so many different creams and even laser but things just keep getting worse. I came across your page and decided to try CO but I ended up breaking out a lot so is there any carrier oil that I can mix it with to avaid the breakout problem?

  16. Hi Sam,

    It’s been awhile since i updated. 😀
    Ive been using castor oil around 3 months now and have some good stuff to report.

    The scars that i have are really changing.
    Sometimes i see this white dot on and around the scars like you said. But to me it’s more like whitehead. But anyway that’s seems to be the sign for regenaration.

    The new scar on my nose is not that noticable anymore. Only when i look in the mirror with the light on. You can see a small red bump. I believe when the redness fades you can’t even see the bump.
    The scar is almost smooth too! So no crater anymore 🙂

    The older hypertrophic scar on my nose from 8/9 years ago. Is even less noticable. This thing is almost gone!

    My arm/shoulder scars are better but not as good as the other scars that i have. Ive read somewhere that wounds on your arms heals slower so probably scars too.

    My chest scars are also still there but it’s a huge improvement! The hypertrophic scars are not that big anymore.
    As long i see improvement i won’t quit. The only downside i going to take a 2 week break for holiday. I take CO with me so i’ll use it when ever i can.

    First i was sceptical but now i’m starting to believe CO is really something special. It just takes a lot of time.
    This is probably better than all the scar revision options out there that cost you a lot of money and sometimes won’t even work.

    Sam i can’t thank you enough for this great blog!
    You really gave me hope again and others too i hope.
    I also hope other people that are sceptical are giving CO a chance. It’s really worth it and it’s cheap so why not.

    I’ll update again in 2-3 months

    Cheers!
    Dodow

    1. Wow Dodow, that’s pretty amazing… I’m really happy for you!

      And thank YOU for taking the time to update everyone with details on your progress so far 😄
      I’m sure it’ll encourage others to give castor oil a try as well.

      Have a good holiday!

      Sam

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