5 ways to use coconut oil in your selfcare routine

While it might now amaze most, a few people are starting to understand that beside kitchen counters, coconut oil certainly merits a spot in washroom racks and room vanities. You’ve presumably known about all the medical advantages coconut oil can accomplish for your body improves assimilation, battles infections and improves digestion but coconut oil also has anti oxidants and fatty acids that makes it gainful for skin and hair.
Here 5 ways to include coconut oil in your selfcare routine:

Deep conditioning

Coconut oil can be great in treating dry and damaged hair, it will help you soothe and condition brittle hair. You can apply coconut oil before hair wash and let it sit for an hour or two for deep nourishment.

Chapped lips

Coconut oil is additionally an ideal solution for dried out lips since it’s semisolid at room temperature, making it less muddled than other oils. Pack a little amount in a small container and smooth over lips throughout the day.

Makeup remover

Coconut oil is an extraordinary makeup remover. You can utilize coconut oil as an initial step to remove makeup but then you need to follow that up with a gentle water-based cleanser for removing excess oil.

Nourish dry cuticles

Massaging coconut oil into your cuticles and the skin around your nails can bring some necessary dampness to a regularly neglected piece of the body. This will let you fight off cracked skin and hydrate fragile nails.

Add shine to your hair

Smooth a minuscule amount of natural coconut oil onto the ends of your hair to add a little shine if you have dark hair. Remember that a dab will help you and anything more than that will make your hair look greasy.

(Contributed by Pranjal Sharma)


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