It can also be used for flyaway hair; rub a pea-sized drop between your hands and smooth it over your hair-voila! No more flyaways.
Using it as a face cream will make your skin equally soft. Put an amount about the size of a dime on your skin minutes before you put on your makeup. It also works as an under eye moisturizer; rub a pea-sized amount under your eyes.
It also works well as a cuticle oil; a small amount over the cuticles. For more serious skin conditions, try coconut oil, which works well as an eczema treatment, soothing and moisturizing at the same time, this has helped my daughters bumpy eczema rash for the last few winters and I love that I’ve been able to toss all the chemical filled alternatives.
It also helps reduce scarring with twice-daily applications, I still use it on my C-section scar!
It also helps to boost the metabolism, increasing energy and endurance.
It makes sense to keep this healthy, tasty, versatile oil on hand for your culinary needs .
The uses for Coconut Oil are definitely endless, I always have a jar or two in my house and cant get enough of the oil. If you haven’t tried it yet, its an awesome product that you can try for a few dollars at the grocery store you already have to shop at anyways. So why not give it a try!