The oil is called Virgin because it is extracted from a single press from fresh coconut meat that is grated and dried for a couple of hours at a temperature lower than 40 degrees Celsius.
Coconut oil is rich in fatty acids and antioxidants that help prevent aging and damage to your skin and hair. It also has antibacterial and anti fungal properties that help keep skin healthy and fight skin allergies and yeast infections that may be responsible for rashes, dermatitis and thinning hair.
Aside from its anti-aging and skin-healing abilities, it also stimulates the production of collagen, and its vitamin E content protects the skin from sun damage.
When it comes to hair, using coconut oil helps maintain moisture and prevent protein loss from combing damage. That’s great news if you’ve been plagued by dry, itchy scalp, dandruff, hair loss and even frizz.
All that fatty acids goodness also make it perfect for nourishing chapped lips, dry cuticles and brittle nails.
Extra virgin Coconut oil
Melt the oil by placing a small amount in your palm and rubbing your hands together.
Avoiding the scalp, coat dry hair with a glob of coconut oil an hour or so before hitting the shower. Rinse the oil from your hair after shampooing and apply a conditioner as normal
Use It to Boost Your Conditioner: After saturating your hair with conditioner, add a layer of coconut oil on top.
To tame flyaways and frizz, rub a pea-size amount of coconut oil between your fingers.
Use it on your split-ends:Simply rub a small amount over your ends.
Scoop a few dollops of coconut oil into a spray bottle and spritz your hair for a natural shine.
Fast absorbing Coconut Oil can be used on hair, face, hands, body and feet.
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