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Skin Benefits of Coconut Oil

Updated on May 20, 2010

Coconut Oil skin benefits have endless possibilities for natural healing powers in acne problems, burns and even fungus infections. Did you know it also helps with hair care, stress, metabolism, and even cholestoral problems? Skin Benefits of Coconut oil can also aid in fighting diseases such as herpes, influenza, and even HIV. Coconut oil contains 90% of saturated fats with Trigycendes. Fatty Acids are good for you because they provide organs with energy while also building muscle. Acne is caused by sebum glands that are infected. The area is blocked by dead skin cells, resulting in inflammation, bumps, or redness. Coconut Oil contains two of the most powerful anti Microbial agents which can also be found in certain types of food. They are Capric Acid and Lauric Acid which is also present in mothers milk during the first few months. If you apply Coconut Oil on your skin, it will replace acid layers on the skin which fights against microbial infections. The results of this are no more acne! It's rich oils produce a deeply penetrating source of Vitamin-E for your skin and battles inflamed skin.

In order to use the Skin Benefits of Coconut Oil you'll need to chose Virgin coconut oil for best results. After effects depend on your eating habits, hygiene, life style, and age. Did you know that Coconut Oils actually dissolve what is obstructing your skin to keep acne away? The only thing you need to do to benefit from these oils is follow the daily regime.

Coconut Oil skin benefits can treat the following skin problems

  • Acne
  • Dry Skin
  • Wrinkles
  • Eczema
  • Psoriasis

Internal Treatment

Most people do not realize they can boost their skin with virgin Coconut oil pills. It is available in a soft gel form. The reason why some people take Coconut pills is to increase absorption and it also relives the horrible taste vs. using a powder. However, these pills can be expensive since not many companies sell them due to demand of pills.

How to Use Coconut Oil for Acne

  • Use a steamer for your face in order to open the pores so the oil can penetrate your skin better.
  • Wash your face before hand with an all natural soap or cleanser. If you want to increase Coconut effectiveness, use a Coconut soap instead.
  • Apply a generous coat of Virgin Coconut Oil to the face by dabbing with cotton or your hands.
  • If using hands, make sure they are clean.
  • Leave the Oil on for at least thirty minutes for the full effect.


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