This fruit high in vitamins and nutritive power has invaluable qualities in cosmetics. Appreciated for its fatty acids are essential for the skin, the oil is a real treasure.
1. Oil soothing to the skin
Extracted from fresh fruit and still green the coconut oil is non comedogenic (does not favor the appearance of blackheads) and has a delicious nutty smell.
Due to its concentration in lauric acid a saturated fatty acid it has a high affinity with the skin.
Ultra nourishing, anti dehydration it has a strong power conditioner.
It is therefore ideal for the care of dry and damaged skin those are chapped or cracked and rough and skins lacking elasticity. Due to its vitamin A and E it calms burning sensations and redness and is an ingredient of choice for after sun care.
2. Assets nourishing hair
The content of coconut oil fatty acids makes it a very popular hair dry and frizzy. It protects, invigorates and brightens the hair fiber. Most unusual it is used in the composition of natural lice products in combination with essential oils (geranium, lavender) oil asphyxiation because these parasites without damaging the hair.
Called coconut oil (the main ingredient of the famous Monoi) obtained from the dried pulp of coconut is highly nutritious rich in fatty acids as saturated. Monoi is made by macerating tiara flowers in refined coconut oil the product is purified by filtration.
The Polynesian is in traditional coat the hair (and body) to protect and nourish.
3. Of exfoliating in the pulp and peel
The coconut is a perfect base for scrub products. For gentle exfoliation for the face using the pulp (the white part) dried and ground. For a more energetic body scrub special is the brown bark tougher which is sprayed
And transformed to integrate a body scrub, By adding coconut oil you get a skin nourishing scrub
4. Of cleaning agents super soft
This is because the size of the fatty acids in coconut oil provides good solubility and high affinity with skin that labs use it to produce surfactants (sodium coco sulfate, anionic , coco glucoside and coco betaine).
These gentle cleansing agents are used in most shower gels and shampoos.
In tropical countries it also uses coconut oil for the manufacture of soaps because of its foaming power and smoothness.
5. Exfoliating shower gel to yourself
– 2 tablespoons vegetable oil organic coconut
– 2 tablespoons coconut pulp
– 2 tablespoons of washing base neutral
Mix all ingredients in a bowl.
Wash with this gel and massage your skin with light circular movements upwards. Rinse your body toned feel deliciously good coconut!