4 Beauty Benefits of Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is famous all around the world not only as an edible natural product and hair tonic but also as an excellent skin smoothener. In the tropical parts of the world where coconuts are readily available and used in many ways, people use the oil to protect their skin from the sun’s harmful rays. It’s amazing how this natural oil, without any chemical or additives, can protect the skin in some of the hottest and sunniest places on earth, sometimes even better than our processed and artificial sun creams. Below are some the amazing beauty benefits of the natural oil.

  1. To soothe dry hands

This won’t probably work for your hands when you’re on the go, but try it at home, and see it work wonders to your dishwashing-parched hands. You can get a jar at your local grocery store, or try making some yourself. Apply a generous amount on your hands to keep them soft, supple and moist.

  1. As a cheekbone highlighter

Nothing perks up a tired face like cheekbone highlighter, but you don’t need store-bought products to achieve this. Simply sweep a small amount of organic coconut oil to your cheek after applying makeup and leave it alone. It looks like your skin but you can’t miss that glow, which is why many organic makeup brands use it as a base ingredient in their formulas.

  1. As a Night Cream

Using coconut oil as a night cream is surprisingly rejuvenating. You simply keep it in the fridge and when you need to use it, heat it a little, and it goes on super smooth all over your face. Compared to processed night creams, or serums it’s a bit oily by morning, but other than that, it’s a perfect substitute for a night serum.

4.    As a lip Moisturizer 

Coconut oil is ultra-hydrating and chapped lips don’t stand a chance against it. Simply scoop some into a spare contact lens holder and throw it in your purse so you can dab it on with your finger throughout the day.

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