Castor Oil on Shaving Cuts
Majid Ali, M.D.
Shaving cuts are usually superficial and heal within a day or two. Deep shaving cuts on the face sometimes form red raised areas made of clusters of blood vessels and inflammatory cells called granulation tissue. Such lesions when persisting for weeks often lead to undesirable pigmentation changes.
All of the above can be avoided with topical application of castor of with a Q tip (or cotton swab) three or four times a day.
I might add that I apply a small portion of castor oil on my face two or three times a day.
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