Lauric Acid, Myristic Acid, Caprylic Acid,
100% Cocos nucifera Oil
Coconut oil acts against skin aging. Additionally, it smoothes and moisturises the skin. Antiseptic properties of coconut oil are utilised to combat acne and irritations (caused by the sun, wind). It may be used for face and eye make-up removal. It proves well as a replacement for an aftershave balm. It constitutes base oil for dry and sensitive skin as well as combination, oily and acne skins. It's particularly effective as a primer to soften the skin before applying make up.
Coconut oil perfectly moisturizes and nurtures the skin. It helps combat stretch marks and cellulite. Coconut oil soothes irritated skin and enhances wounds healing. Thanks to antibacterial, anti-virus and antifungal properties, it helps combat skin diseases (link). It does not cause allergies. It may be applied for breast and nipple care by breastfeeding mothers. It contains a natural sunscreen with SPF 4-6. It alleviates irritations of the mucosa (intimate parts). It may be used as massage oil or for bathing. It constitutes a perfect base for a homemade deodorant.
Used as a mask before hair washing (link), it protects the hair and restores its natural shine. It helps combat dandruff, reduces hair loss, and enhances the condition of hair ends. The fatty acids soften your hair, and trap the moisture inside.
Coconut oil is so gentle that it works perfectly as a baby care product. It may replace moisturizers for baths, rash oils and creams.
The product does not contain any preservatives, artificial colourings or perfumes.
Directions for use:
Wash and dry your skin as usual. Then, gently pat a small amount of coconut oil — about half the size of a dime — onto your skin with your fingertips, and let it absorb into your skin. If you're using it as a moisturizer, you don't need to rinse it off.
Possible skin sensitivity. Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes and sensitive areas.