Organic coconut oil

I use an organic coconut oil (by Blue Coconut) from our local supermarket often on my skin and face, both in the morning just after cleansing my skin and in the evening, just after having a showerย ๐Ÿ•Š๐ŸŒธ Organic coconut oil feels so soft and nourishing to use on the skin and helps my skin to feel moisturised and smooth. I sometimes use a small amount of organic coconut oil on the tips of my hair too, to help to moisturise and nourish my hair and organic coconut oil could also be used as a lip conditioner, to help to soothe sun burn, or to help to remove make up (including eye make up).

As noted by Blue Coconut, Blue Coconut oil is sourced from the Pacific Islands, and Blue Coconut pure coconut oil does not contain any additives, contaminants or trans-fats and is also naturally cholesterol free. Further, Blue Coconutย describe how they work closely with communities in a number of Pacific Islands, to help to ensure a high quality and sustainable coconut oil supply. Blue Coconutย also note how many village communities throughout the Pacific, from Rabaul in the North, to Vanuatu, Samoa and Fiji in the East all benefit from the purchase of Blue Coconut coconut oil products.

Do you often use organic coconut oil too, or a different kind of natural oil?

 

Sources

Blue Coconut website, bluecoconut.co.nz

 

Photo credit

Coconut photo, found on Pinterest

 

Please note:ย I also wrote an earlier blog post sharing a couple of June favourites, about aย coconut body lotion by Mailelani Samoa and sharing a recipe for a lavender and honey face scrub in case you would like to read aย couple more natural beauty and skin care blog posts, including organic coconut oil (please check the links)

Disclaimer:ย please note the blog post is not sponsored, endorsed by or affiliated with Blue Coconut coconut oil, I just truly love using the Blue Coconut coconut oilย ๐Ÿ•Š๐ŸŒธ

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