Beauty in the jar- coconut oil and 3 awesome ways to use it

 

1st is pretty obvious-cooking.

Coconut oil will work as any other oil, so use it however you want to. You can’t even really taste the coconut flavor, so if you’re not a fan of it (i’m not), don’t worry. You can fried eggs with it- they won’t become sweet or anything like that 🙂

Smear it all over your body!

What? Yes! Coconut oil is awesome as body lotion! Especially for super dry skin 🙂 I also heard that doctors recommend using coconut oil as a baby lotion since many babies are allergic to..well baby products 🙂

The best hair conditioner ever!

And this is the big deal! I know it sound kinda gross to put oil in your hair, but trust me, it will work magic!
Just don’t go too crazy (like I did once) and use very small amount (a pea size is enough) . I only use it on the tips of my hair, since it is really easy to go over the top, and then your whole head may look greasy. So start with small amount, but don’t put in directly on your skin (scalp) just hair.
Use on wet hair-just like you do with conditioner.
You can also make your own deep conditioning treatment!
For this you can use a bit more of coconut oil, then wrap your whole head in plastic foil. Leave it for about 20 minutes, then rinse.

So how is it better for your hair and skin then your regular beauty products? Well , if you choose organic, natural coconut oil, then you stay away from all the unnatural, chemical ingredients that you can find in those supplies. Beside coconut , in general, is awesome for you! And whatever you put on your skin, goes inside your body, so , yup, the choice is yours 🙂

And it is pretty cool to use just one jar in your kitchen and under the shower 😉
Stay healthy and beYOUtiful :)))

ps- Coconut oil works great as makeup remover! (try to wipe your makeup with cotton ball saturated in coconut oil-it’s so gentle! I love it!)

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