Try this simple exfoliating body rub that moisturises as it removes dead skin cells and rejuvenates your skin:
Mix ingredients in a blow and allow to cool. Massage into your skin for several minute and then rinse off. Ty adding one to two teaspoons of pepper mint extract for an invigorating foot rub. For a gentle, safe makeup remover, apply coconut oil with a cotton ball or washcloth.
For The Hair
For generations, the majority of people in India have been using coconut oil as hair oil. It remains the first choice for conditioning and nurturing hair. Studies have been conducted on the impact of mineral oil, sunflower oil and coconut oil on damaged hair, since these are the three most commonly used oils in hair care products used in India. However, virgin coconut oil extracted from fresh not dried coconuts can be aptly termed as the mother of all oils, as it is a treasure trove of vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants, etc. It is also a major source of Lauric acid and Vitamin E. It has the ability to protect the skin from infections caused by bacteria, viruses and fungi and is ideal for infants. It is great for the scalp and can prevent dandruff and hair loss. When used as massage oil, it revitalises the skin and can also alleviate muscular pains.
Coconut Oil Gives Glossy, Shiny Hair
Coconut oil is frequently used as an ingredient in shampoos and hair conditioners.
Apply directly to hair about thirty to sixty minutes before shampooing.
Use a few tablespoons depending on the thickness and length of your hair.
Begin by massaging the oil into your scalp and length of your hair. Add more oil if necessary so you can stroke it down the length of your hair with both hands.
If you have time, wrap your hair in a towel, or catch any drips by covering your scalp with a plastic shopping bag, tuck behind your ears and gather the ends at the nape of your neck.
Let your hair soak up the oil for up to an hour before washing out.