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Eczema - My Organic Coconut Oil Review

Updated on June 30, 2011
Eczema - My organic coconut oil review
Eczema - My organic coconut oil review

My Review of Organic Coconut Oil used on my Eczema

I would Like to share my personal experience of Using Organic Coconut Oil for my Eczema.

Let me give you some information first:

  • What is Eczema?
  • The Benefits of Coconut Oil and the Skin.
  • My personal Review after using the product.

I hope you can benefit from my personal experience and hope that you can share this with others.

Please note: I am not a Doctor nor a physician and I cannot give you a diagnoses or a cure. I am only sharing my personal experience, please contact a physician before trying what I have.

What is Eczema?

Eczema is a skin disorder also known as contact dermatitis, and many other names. It is usually very dry skin that itches or is scaly. There are many forms of eczema, and anyone from the age of an infant to an elder can suffer from eczema and all of its discomforts.

Eczema - organic coconut review
Eczema - organic coconut review

Organic Coconut Oil Benefits for Eczema


I am going to List some Benefits that Organic Cocunut Oil has on the Skin.

  • Massage Oil (compares to mineral oil)
  • Effective moisturizer on all skin types.
  • Delays wrinkles and sagging skin from aging.
  • treats psoriasis dermatitis, and skin infections.
  • Helps with premature aging.
  • Coconut oil, has vitamins such as Vitimin's, K and E and also Choline.


My Personal Review on Organic Coconut Oil


After Buying this product and being very skeptical, I will evaluate the Cost, where to buy, and how it affected me personally.

First the Cost Value is not too bad, I spend about Ten dollars per jar, at 14 oz per jar, which lasts me approximately a month of use for various things including skin moisturizing. I use the brand Spectrum. It is Organic and Unrefined. Its pretty convenient to buy at the local grocery store.

I have suffered with Dermatitus, very dry skin rashes that just would not go away for several years. If you are familiar with Eczema, then you know that sometimes it can become painful and never seeming to get relief even from most moisturizing creams. I have tried many products only to see relief for hours or maybe a day only to reuse again without any actual healing or cure. I seem to always be seeking a New Product.

Pros:

Well I began to use it on my arms as that was wear I suffered the most from skin rashes. And I will tell you after about a week, Completely gone. No more Eczema. I was Shocked in disbelief. So even after not using it, I thought it would return, But so far, it has not come back. So now I am using it all over my body and seeing other rashes and even just blemishes vanishing. I have also tried this on skin wounds scratches insect bites and its just a Miracle oil to me!!

Cons:

The only place that I cannot use the oil is on my face. It caused me a little rash, I'm not sure if its just cleansing my skin, or I am just not able to use it on my face.


Please Note:

Before using the oil, I would test a tiny spot on the skin, just to make sure your not allergic to it, there are some people that cannot use coconut oil or any product with coconut in it due to an allergic reaction. So please be sure to test a spot before using the product.

I am so glad to be able to share my review, and I hope this will help others. I will be giving more reviews on Coconut oil, as well as other products I have tried.

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