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I know some might mock me or think me as simple-minded, or even worse, a scam artist…
In the beginning, I worried that taking these breaks from my regimen would delay my healing.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.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… 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?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.
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 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.
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. It’s a reminder of how far I’ve come and how much I’ve healed.