Riciniol & Castor Oil: 3 Major Differences

Riciniol was created from the familiar castor oil. However, it differs from raw castor oil in a number of ways. Riciniol is a bio-emulsion, i.e. a mixture of oil and water. Unlike most creams and ointments, this is an emulsion of the type “water in oil”. It’s mostly castor oil, a little water, and some added vitamins.

1. External differences.

Unlike castor oil, Riciniol is more liquid, flowing, whitish, practically odourless, and tastes better.

2. Bioavailability.

The nutrients in Riciniol are much quicker to get to your skin cells than that of castor oil. The emulsion penetrates deeper and faster into the deeper layers of the skin. The penetration rate, according to experimental data, is on average 0.3-0.5 cm per minute.

3. Riciniol = enhanced raw castor oil.

Castor oil is a valuable natural raw material, the full potential of which is not immediately revealed to humans. It possesses nutritious, emollient, protective, anti-inflammatory, healing and other beneficial properties.1 But only in Riciniol are these properties fully revealed. A scientist from Novosibirsk State University managed to develop a unique (and now patented) technique that makes castor oil more active. The effect of the use of the emulsion is pronounced, occurs faster, and lasts longer.

Many people in Russia and abroad use this simple, safe, yet very effective oil.

Our family has been using Riciniol for years. This is why we decided to begin importing this unique product to Canada and the Unites States.

We hope you’ll try it too!