Coconut Oil

Coconut Oil

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  • Coconut oil is an edible oil with a high saturated fat content that is derived from raw or dried coconut kernels. The fresh inner part of coconut fruit is where virgin coconut oil is naturally obtained. It contains 100% fat, of which 80%–90% is saturated fat.
  • Even the driest skin types can benefit from the rich, extremely hydrating oil. 
  • This oil is suitable for dry and sensitive skin; avoid if you have oily or acne-prone skin. 


Lauric acid (49%), Myristic acid (18%), Palmitic acid (8%), Caprylic acid (8%), Capric acid (7%), Oleic acid (6%), Linoleic acid (2%), Stearic acid (2%), Monounsaturated, and polyunsaturated lipids are components that make up Coconut Oil.


1. Excellent moisturizer:
Coconut oil is full of essential fatty acids, with lauric acid making up 50% of the fat content. This helps to nourish the skin deeply. It creates a layer of protection on the skin and traps moisture inside. It also contains a lot of vitamin E, which strengthens and protects the top two layers of skin.

2. Enhances collagen production:
Collagen synthesis is facilitated by the lauric acid present in coconut oil. The suppleness and hardness of the skin are maintained by collagen. It may be possible to prevent the development of some fine lines and wrinkles by assisting skin's maintenance and collagen production.

3. Minimizes UV damage:
Sun exposure results in sunburn and accelerated aging. Topical coconut oil inhibits 20% of UV light, helping to protect the skin from its damaging effects.

4. Reduced Spots, Marks and Blemishes:
The anti-inflammatory qualities of coconut oil make it a viable treatment for skin blemishes such spots, marks, and blemishes. It also contains a lot of lauric acid, which moisturises and hydrates skin tissues and aids in skin renewal. Skin becomes flawless and glows subtly as a result.

5: Glowy appearance:
In order to prevent free radicals from causing pigmentation, darkening around the lips, dull skin, and other problems, action must be taken. Coconut oil contains antioxidants that bind to these free radicals to stop skin from becoming dull and to make skin seem flawless and vibrant.

6. Shaving Gel:
Use coconut oil to moisturise the area before shaving to avoid cuts and ingrown hairs. For a pleasant shaving experience, coconut oil offers the ideal lubrication. Additionally, the skin is kept hydrated and protected by its skin-soothing properties.


Cold pressed


Coconut scent

Product color

White color

How to use

1. Gently rub one tablespoon of coconut oil between your hands to liquefy it. The liquefied oil will have a smooth, airy feel
2. Apply to your face and neck
3. Use a soft tissue to gently wipe away any heavy residue
4. Cotton balls should not be used since they will stick to the oil on your face
5. Apply a thin layer of coconut oil to your skin and leave it there overnight
6. Avoid getting Coconut Oil in your eyes because it may temporarily impair your vision

Things to keep in mind

1. Coconut Oil is comedogenic. If you have acne-prone or oily skin, it may worsen the breakouts
2. Avoid using coconut oil on your face if you are taking antibiotics or have a poor immune system because it may worsen the spread of bacteria and fungi due to its comedogenic properties
3. Coconut oil shouldn't be applied on the face if you have a coconut allergy
4. People with allergies to walnuts or hazelnuts should avoid using coconut oil because they may also have a sensitivity to it
5. Before applying it on your face, perform a patch test on your forearm

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