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Amazing Ways to Use Coconut Oil to Heal Your Skin Naturally

Amazing Ways to Use Coconut Oil to Heal Your Skin Naturally
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Many people have come to appreciate the many health benefits of coconut oil. However, some people are of the opinion that this oil has just been overly hyped. It is critical to look at the proven facts regarding the health merits of coconut oil. Also, individual experiences of using the oil matter in judging or determining how suitable the oil is. New studies are emerging, confirming that indeed coconut oil is a ‘superfood’.

There are many ways in which you can use this oil to heal your body naturally. Common health problems can be tackled by incorporating this oil into your diet or using it on your skin and hair. Coconut oil unlike other natural oils and fats is unique in its structural formation. Fats that constitute this oil are medium chain triglycerides (MCTs). To this end, they are not processed and stored in your body as fat. They are broken down in your liver and used as energy effectively. This is the main advantage of coconut oil; which makes it better than other natural saturated oils made of long chain triglycerides (LCTs).

Populations that consume coconut oil regularly are healthy

Research findings over the years have revealed that coconut-consuming societies enjoy better health. Many past generations have consumed coconut as part of their staple food. Populations such as the Kitavans and Tokelauans in the South Pacific are a classic example of why eating/using coconut is healthy. This oil has also been heavily used in Ayurveda because of its holistic health merits. Populations that consume coconuts have notable better heart health with an overall scarcity of problems like obesity. From skin health to dental health and weight loss, there are so many ways to heal the whole body using coconut oil. This article breaks down how you can heal your skin naturally using coconut oil.

Transform the health of your skin

If you are prone to skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis and more, consider using coconut oil. The presence of lauric acid promotes skin healing for softer skin. If you have dry skin that is flaky, you can add moisture to your skin using this oil. If you need to soothe burns and even insect bites, this oil will promote quick healing as well. Minor cuts and wounds can also be soothed this way for faster healing. The oil can be used on any part of your skin. In fact, if you have dry, chapped lips, coconut oil is perfect. Through its moisturizing properties, your skin will soften as needed.

For your skin, the oil also has some level of sun protection factor. It has a 20% ability to protect you from the sun’s ultraviolet rays. The oil also triggers the production of collagen which will keep you looking youthful and attractive. Once applied, the oil doesn’t feel greasy at all and it is easily absorbed into the skin. You can also use the oil as a natural deodorant to keep unwanted odors at bay. With antimicrobial properties, the bacteria responsible for the bad smell when you sweat are eliminated; leaving you fresh and comfortable. If you love your massages, this oil is an excellent option and it also makes for great aromatherapy.

Does it work for all skin types?

As alluded to above, this oil will help smooth dry and flaky skin. If you have oily or combination skin, you might be wondering whether coconut oil is a good idea or not. Luckily, studies have found that this oil works for all skin types. If your skin produces too much oil, coconut oil can work to exfoliate the excess oil. Because it will not strip the skin of its natural lipid layer, this will improve your skin. Also, if you are prone to acne and blemishes, coconut oil has antibacterial properties that discourage the acne causing bacteria. This means that you can have less blemishes using this oil. More details on how to use coconut oil for acne-prone skin will be discussed later in this article. On the skin, you can use the oil as a cleanser and a moisturizer. For makeup removal, both in the eyes and the face, this oil works like a charm.

Which type of coconut oil should you use to heal the skin?

When buying coconut oil, it is extremely important to consider the type of oil you are getting. You want to make sure that you get both value for money and high quality oil. To be specific, there are three types of coconut oil to find in the market as detailed below.

Liquid coconut oil – This oil has a lower melting point because lauric acid has been removed. It therefore contains two medium chain fatty acids only.

Refined coconut oil – This oil is extracted through physical extraction methods or with chemical solvents using dried coconut flesh or meat. This type has to go through a refining process to purify it accordingly. Through the process of refining, original elements of the oil are lost.

Unrefined coconut oil – This is oil that is extracted from the fresh meat of coconuts. Methods like quick drying or wet milling are used which basically do not interfere with the nutrients therein. This means that unrefined coconut oil contains all the original polyphenols and phytonutrients.

The best coconut oil to heal your skin is one that comes with all the natural elements intact. Unrefined coconut oil can be identified through label terms such as pure, raw, virgin and cold pressed. Also, choose an organic oil to ensure that you get the purest form of the oil.

Guide to cleansing your face using coconut oil

Face cleansing and washing using coconut oil is certainly interesting. The oil comes with a ton of phytonutrients that are antimicrobial. Also, the oil is an effective moisturizer and is loaded with antioxidants. Collagen cross-linking is also made possible by the oil. This basically means that you can transform your skin with coconut oil. Below is a guide on how to do it practically.

You will need the following items:

• A wash-cloth
• A tablespoon of raw, organic unrefined coconut oil

How to:

• Place the oil on your hands and rub it using a back and forth movement in your palms
• For a minute, use a small circular motion to massage the oil into your face
• Dip the washcloth in warm water and wring it out; then place the cloth on your face for half a minute
• Wipe your face gently using the washcloth while using a mirror to guide you
• You will notice a cleansed moisturized face after this process

Precaution – If this is your very first time using coconut oil, it is important to test it on a small portion of your facial skin. If you do not have any major reaction after a week, this oil will not have a bad effect. Whilst the oil is safe for most people, there are exceptions owing to genetics or other factors; some people may develop allergic reactions to coconut oil. Testing beforehand is therefore critical.

You can also add essential oils to blend

If you want a better effect on your skin, you can choose to add other essential oils to the coconut oil as needed. For excessive dry skin, try blending two drops of geranium oil to the coconut oil is ideal. If your skin is extremely oily, consider blending two drops of tea tree oil. Lavender oil is suitable for all skin types and can be blended to boost aromatherapy as well.

Using coconut oil for acne-prone skin

There are research findings that suggest the efficacy of coconut oil against some acne causing bacteria. In fact, some preliminary findings have found that raw organic oil could be 10 times more effective against acne than Benzoyl Peroxide – this is a highly effective acne treatment applied topically to kill acne bacteria. In the same preliminary findings, coconut oil was found to reduce inflammation caused by acne. Anti-Inflammatory and antimicrobial properties are responsible for this anti-acne effect. This information should guide you to trying and testing it for yourself. The best place to start is using the coconut oil for cleansing and washing your face as detailed above. Then, if you start to see some improvement, you can apply the oil directly to the affected areas of the skin. The oil promotes wound healing and this can help reduce acne scarring.

Can coconut oil help with stretch marks?

Stretch marks form when the skin is overly stretched. This damage can be caused by rapid growth or enlargement of the cells. This means that the production of collagen is interrupted and disrupted; forming the marks. These marks are like scars and in some people, they are very severe. Even though there is no scientific evidence that shows the efficacy of coconut oil on stretch marks, some people swear by it. The ability to promote wound healing or collagen cross linking and the great moisturizing effect show that this oil can be helpful. Many people have used it not just to fade the stretch marks; but to prevent them as well. Promoting skin elasticity and moisture will indeed prevent the problem. Simply use some high quality coconut oil on the affected areas daily and observe the results after a few weeks or months. Healing stretch marks takes time and the experience is different for every person.

For awesome hair!

This oil has the ability to penetrate into the hair shaft to promote moisture and to prevent protein loss. In this regard, coconut oil is ideal for healthy hair. If you have damaged hair, this oil can sooth your hair back to health. If you have perfectly healthy hair, this is an awesome way to maintain and promote great locks. You can use it in several ways including as a hair cleanser, conditioner, mask and moisturizer. If you have hair pest problems like lice, this oil will effectively tackle this problem for you.

Other amazing uses of coconut oil on skin

If you are looking to boost your shaving experience, this oil is a great option. For lactating mothers who need extra nipple care, coconut oil will improve moisture and reduce the skin flaking often observed on nipples. For lovers, coconut oil has been fronted as an excellent lubricant. However, there is no scientific evidence to back this; meaning that you should use it with caution.

For aromatherapy, this oil is wonderful. Feel free to use it as a carrier oil or base oil. You can soothe tension aches and ignite your mood this way. Look at other essential oils that can blend well and have fun with scents.

Where can you find high quality coconut oil skincare products?

amazing_coconut_oil_island_spiceOnly high quality or pure coconut oil will have the most benefit for your skin. Choose products that are produced naturally using quality raw coconut oil. Thankfully, Utama Spice natural aromatherapy products are ideal for you. The products are made by hand and are sourced ethically ensuring sustainability. One of the best coconut products to get is Coconut Lotion Island Spice. It is a blend of coconut oil, cananga oil, soybean oil, rose geranium oil, patchouli oil and frankincense oil. The following is what you can expect from this coconut lotion;

– All day moisture with locked hydration
– An invigorating scent to keep you energized
– Rejuvenate your skin cells
– Keep anxiety at bay
– Look younger and feel refreshed

If you want to tap into the anti-aging effects of lavender, choose the Coconut Lotion Lavender from Utama Spice. It is a soothing blend of coconut oil, lavender oil and soybean oil. You enjoy superior hydration while savoring the soothing scent of lavender. Other coconut lotion options to consider are lemongrass ginger and mint crush.

You can start your coconut oil healing journey today; and your skin will surely thank you.


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34 thoughts on “Amazing Ways to Use Coconut Oil to Heal Your Skin Naturally”

  • Betty Tang
    by Betty Tang

    I love the different uses of coconut

  • Calvin
    by Calvin

    I hear it does a lot of wonders healing, and protecting your dry skin. I think that coconut oil is hit or miss when it comes to skin on face.

  • Jessica Miller
    by Jessica Miller

    Sounds amazing! can't wait to use it for my hair.

  • Tami Lewis
    by Tami Lewis

    Unrefined Coconut oil is the only cleanser and lotion that my daughters and I use :)

  • Adella Gonzalez
    by Adella Gonzalez

    I love coconut oil! I'm saving to stock up. Great post!

  • Laura Bailey
    by Laura Bailey

    I love coconut oil, its definitely my go to for skin care!

  • Tina Columbo
    by Tina Columbo

    I need to go out and get me some coconut oil! I never knew all the great benefits of it! Awesome!

  • Kukulis
    by Kukulis

    Use use Coconut oil all the time, from the kitchen to my hair, my toes, and everything else in between. It's great stuff.

  • sherie
    by sherie

    I use oils and coconut oil to help my skin when it's super dry in the winter time they are such a relief.

  • Sam Steelgrave
    by Sam Steelgrave

    Can you get coconut oil without the smell of coconut?

    • Utama Spice
      by Utama Spice

      Utama Spice Body butters are mixed with essential oils, so they don't smell of coconut.

  • Susan Rodriguez-Manning
    by Susan Rodriguez-Manning

    Who knew coconut oil was so great. I will be buying some for sure. Great information!

  • Sandra Dufoe
    by Sandra Dufoe

    I love coconut oil it works really great.

  • Erin
    by Erin

    I love using coconut oil for skin care! It works so well and I feel better knowing it is natural.

  • Wanda B
    by Wanda B

    I've never thought of using coconut oil in my hair. I'm going to try that.

  • Cindy Peterson
    by Cindy Peterson

    Coconut oil has done wonders for my feet.

  • Carla LoBosco
    by Carla LoBosco

    Coconut oil works great on hair

  • Susan Ashcraft
    by Susan Ashcraft

    very good article about the uses of coconut oil

  • Joni Lackey
    by Joni Lackey

    Coconut oil is super helpful for eczema breakouts I get on my hands which causes them to peel and is super painful. Thanks for pointing out some of the other fantastic benefits. Now I need to buy some more! :)

  • Dee
    by Dee

    I usually use coconut oil for my skin. Really recommend it!

  • Jan R
    by Jan R

    Clean the skin and moisturises,great product

  • Brandy c
    by Brandy c

    I’ve used coconut oil on my daughters hair and it worked great. Thanks for the great article

  • Margaret GALLAGHER
    by Margaret GALLAGHER

    So MANY uses I wasn't aware of - thanks for the fab review

  • Vickie Gallo
    by Vickie Gallo

    Have always loved the smell of coconut

  • Cheryl
    by Cheryl

    I haven't tried coconut oil, but it sounds like it can do wonderful things.

  • Irena Matković
    by Irena Matković

    I love coconut oil!

  • Sarah L
    by Sarah L

    I'll have to try this for my eczema.

  • Paula Pennachio
    by Paula Pennachio

    I didn't know that this was healing how awesome.

  • AJ Petit
    by AJ Petit

    If only I wasn't allergic to coconut

  • Sylvia
    by Sylvia

    Wow I didn't know coconut oil's good for chapped lips. I'll have to try this.

  • Lily Kwan
    by Lily Kwan

    Coconut oil sounds very useful. Thanks for sharing!

  • Cassandra D
    by Cassandra D

    I like coconut oil. Thank you for the information.

  • Annette
    by Annette

    I use coconut oil daily, but never thought about skin conditions. I will remember this the next time I have an insect bite or cut.

  • Amanda
    by Amanda

    Coconut oil has moisturizing property that can wonders for the skin and you are sharing some great ways to use it. I like this article so much. Thanks and keep sharing.

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