Coconut oil as we all know, contains Vitamin E, essential amino acids, lauric and caprylic acid which form part of the barrier function of your skin and help maintain your skin’s natural.
1. Wood polish
2. Oil/Butter replacement
3. Improves digestion
Coconut oil can help to improve digestion by supporting gut health through the reduction of bad bacteria – such as candida – that can lead to bloating, inflammation and pain.
4. Use Coconut Oil On Your Skin
many people use coconut oil for different reason like, from lip balm, as a temporary skin soother, hair mask, nail hydrators, body moisturiser, mouth wash and skin cleansing.
You can also use the coconut oil as a makeup remover rather than a cleanser. Once you’ve massaged the oil in to your skin very well, remove with a muslin cloth before applying your second cleanse with a skin type specific cleanser. In doing this will give the skin time to reap some of the positive benefits of the oil without the negative side effects of leaving it coating the skin.’
5. Treats cold sores
If you have or feel any cold sores appearing around your body, apply a little coconut oil. These may either prevent the sore from appearing or speed up the healing of the sore.
6. Cuticle cream
7. Natural sunscreen
8. Supports the immune system
Because of coconut oil’s antibacterial, anti fungal and antiviral properties, it reduces the stress on the body’s immune system, supporting it to be more effective in fighting diseases.
9. Fly bites
10. Lotion and diaper cream
11. Source of energy
The fatty acids in coconut oil are taken directly to the liver, where they are easily metabolised into energy and sent to the muscles to be used.
12. Helps fight gum disease
The antibacterial benefits of coconut oil can also help to remove bacteria from the mouth (which can cause gum disease), as well as assist the healing of gums.
Either the gum is in the carpet or somebody’s hair, By applying the coconut oil to the gummy mess and leaving it to stay for two to five minutes would make the mess to easily slide off the carpet or hair. Wash the oil off the surface with a mild soap, and you’re good to go.