Coconut Oil: On your skin, for your hair, and in your diet
Coconut Oil’s surging popularity in the past years can be attributed to its wide range of benefits for the hair, the skin, and the digestive system. It is rich in nutrients, fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals. It is also a known antioxidant, antiviral, antifungal, and antibacterial; making it a useful and essential oil to have around the house.
Here are the most popular uses for Coconut Oil:
- Revitalize your hair as Coconut Oil is full of Lauric Acid, which improves overall hair and scalp health.
- Moisturize dry hands and get your soft hands back. Apply a few drops and massage your hands.
- Thanks to its emollient properties, you can treat dry skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema.
- Have a healthier scalp by regularly massaging it with Coconut Oil. It discourages dandruff and even lice!
- Use Coconut Oil as full body moisturizer, especially on your elbows and knees which are typically a little dryer.
- Instead of using deodorants that contain harsh chemicals (even often alluminium), you can use Coconut Oil as a deodorant.
- Make your easy-to-make natural scrub. Just mix Coconut Oil with either coconut sugar or brown sugar and use once or twice a week.
- Use a little bit of Coconut Oil to soothe diaper rash.
- Coconut Oil prevents ingrown hair and razor bumps. Rub it on your skin before and after shaving to keep your skin smooth and soft.
- Thanks to its content of Lauric Acid, a table spoon of Coconut Oil can reduce cholesterol level.
Our USDA certified organic extra virgin Coconut Oil is raw and cold pressed, which means that it is never heated and thus retains all of its nutrients and healing properties.
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