Coconut Oil Uses

 Coconut Oil Uses

Coconut Oil Uses

The list of Coconut Oil uses is long, however as beauty professionals of many years we feel partial to the Coconut Oil uses for skin and hair. We have yet to come across another amazingly effective ingredient that can be used for so many different applications as Coconut Oil can be. Coconut Oil not only feels good, smells great, but it actually transforms the texture and clarity of your true skin and can rapidly restore dry damaged hair.

Coconut Oil Uses

All natural, organic Coconut Oil can be used every day in many ways. Start your day off with a small amount of added Coconut Oil to your shampoo for added softness. Pure Coconut Oil can be used as a shaving oil, or an after shave balm, too. Once out of the shower, right after you have toweled off is the best time to apply Coconut Oil while your skin is still damp as your body moisturizer, your skin will absorb the maximum amount of Coconut Oil at this time while your pores are still open. A bit of Coconut Oil may be rubbed onto the skin of your underarms to be used as a deodorant, too. With the residual amount of Coconut Oil left on your hands at this point, you can apply it to the ends of your hair if you happen to have medium to long hair. Shorter, fine hair should skip this step to prevent your hair from being weighed down. If you blow dry your hair, you can apply a small amount to the palms of your hands and rub them together, then run your fingers through the ends of your hair right after you have dried your hair. Regular application of Coconut Oil to the ends of your hair will help prevent split ends, helping your hair to grow longer and stronger. The morning has just started and you’ve possibly just used nature’s beauty miracle of Coconut Oil uses 5-6 times! Do you have another product on your shelf that has so many uses?

Are you or your family experiencing bouts of eczema or psoriasis? Does your baby develop a frequent diaper rash? There is nothing more pure than super healing Coconut Oil to give your stressed out baby or loved one a massage with. Extra Virgin Organic Coconut Oil has a very small molecular structure so when used as a body massage medium, it will not leave the skin feeling greasy. The skin will rapidly absorb the Coconut Oil, if the skin feels too greasy, then just keep spreading the Oil farther out onto the skin, until it has been absorbed enough. the skin will have been nourished as well as relaxed and toned by the massage with Coconut Oil.

In the evening anti-oxidant rich Coconut Oil can be used as a makeup remover and facial skin care cleanser. A small amount of Nohona may be rubbed in circular, upward strokes to help loosen the makeup, dirt and oil. Tissue off and then repeat again. This method of cleansing is preferred by dry skins. If acne is present, one can also try mixing the Coconut Oil with a small amount of Castor Oil. Again, massage in upward circular motions, then take a warmed, moist cloth and let it steam on the face to help loosen any clogged pores. Just before bed is the best time to apply pure Coconut Oil to your neck and décolleté. This area of skin is an extension of your facial skin which happens to be just as prone to premature aging as your face is. Free radical fighting Coconut Oil can help prevent sagging by increasing your skin’s elasticity with a nightly application of Nohona Coconut Oil. Keep your feet pedicure soft with a nightly application of Coconut Oil to your feet, too! Have you lost count of how many Coconut Oil uses you have found throughout the day? We lost count, too.. Did you cut your finger while cooking dinner? Oh yeah.. apply some under your Band-aid, it will help speed the healing with any cut, too.

~Peace from The Coconut Guru Girl