My sister turned me on to the idea.
She told me about how Coconut Oil gives you a protective barrier
from sun damage, too.
It still allows you to get your vitamin D, unlike traditional sunscreens.
Read specifics here.
(Please note that I do not recommend using coconut oil
for your sunscreen alternative if you are laying out in the sun for an extended period.)
I've used a little coconut oil in my hair, to control frizzies & major hair fluffing.
I made this Coconut Oil deodorant for us.
We like it! It has been working really well.
But, truth be told, we aren't big sweaters.
And, the weather has been quite cool here this past week.
I love the way Coconut Oil makes my skin feel.
It seems like it might feel greasy, but it doesn't!
Plus, the smell is subtle & dreamy.
I've been rubbing it into my baby's eczema spots.
I've read that it may help with cradle cap. I'm gonna try it on my daughter.
I've really fallen in love with Coconut Oil.
Scott told me that it is not a miracle cure all.
Maybe he's right. But, it still seems pretty great.