Let’s Discuss About Coconut Oil

Let's Discuss Coconut Oil

 

 

Do you love dozing on the hammock, sipping your coconut water among the palm trees? This wonderful palm tree also provides us with one of the most popular and widely used beauty ingredients – Coconut Oil.

Coconut oil is extracted from the kernel of the mature coconut.

This oil has special therapeutic and healing properties. For this reason, it has very many uses and can be used in almost every facet of life.

Let’s discuss some of the many beauty uses and benefits of the oil.

1.   Works as a moisturizer

Don’t we all dream of skin that is smooth, supple, and free of dry patches?

Coconut oil with its hydrating property makes the skin feel delicate and supple by penetrating the skin’s deepest layers.

2. Fights dark-circles and hyper-pigmentation.             

Just one weekend of studying or working over- night is sufficient to find those unsightly bags and shadows right under your eyes!

Coconut oil could assist you in lighten the areas under your eyes and reducing the spots caused by hyperpigmentation. It will even diminish the puffy look of the eye bags since it consists of anti-inflammatory properties.

3. Induces relaxation

Massaging your face with coconut oil could do the trick of soothing your skin and relaxing your facial muscles.

Also, its subtle aroma will calm your senses.

4.   Consists of anti-aging properties

Coconut oil contains antioxidants, vitamin A as well as vitamin E. Due to the promotion of collagen production, it aids in reducing the fine line as well as well as wrinkles.

5.   Enhances eyelashes and eyebrows

Apply Coconut oil on the brows and lashes to improve their texture and thickness.

6.  Works as a lip gloss

Employing coconut oil for your lip not only enhances your overall look but also being a natural-product you do not even have to bother taking it off.

Also, it does the double work of moisturizing your lips as well.

So no more dry and chapped lips!

TIP WHEN BUYING COCONUT OIL:

Always buy extra virgin coconut oil. This is because it goes through the least process and it the closest to its natural state.

Should I use coconut oil for the face?

Despite all the benefits stated, like every other super ingredient even coconut oil has its drawbacks.

Coconut oil is best suited for people, specifically having to deal with dry skin.

So, is Coconut oil good for the face?

It has been stated that coconut oil has the unfavorable impact of clogging pores, thereby, making acne-related complications, whitehead or blackhead worse.

Therefore, the application of coconut oil on your face is not recommended in case of acne or any other oily skin related issues as it could be risky and only worsen your concerns.

How To Use Coconut Oil For Face?

There are many ways in which you can introduce it in your skincare regime.

·      Coconut Oil As A Face Cleanser

Pour Coconut oil on your palms generously and rub them together.

Apply the oil thoroughly all over the face. Massage it for some time to allow penetration into your skin.

This will help in dislodging the impurities and dirt from the skin.

Next, take a cotton cloth and wipe the oil away.

Follow up with cleansing of the skin with a mild natural cleanser or face wash.

  • Coconut Oil As A Moisturizer

Before hitting the bed, take 1- 2 drops of coconut oil, rub it within your palms just to warm it a bit and gently massage it on to your face and neck.

You would be surprised to wake up with silky smooth skin.

This routine could further be followed after having a shower to maintain your face and body moisturized throughout the day.

·      Coconut Oil As A Makeup Remover

Apply Coconut oil on your face, rub it gently all along melting and smudging away the make-up.

Wash away with your regular face wash as soon as you smudge them.

 Conclusion

The utilization of it depends on your skin type and your need.

So, go ahead if it suits you and reaps the mesmerizing benefits of this amazing oil that nature has gifted us.

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