Coconut oil is one of the most versatile carrier oils used to dilute essential oils to enhance their efficacy; if you are reacting to any soap or cream, coconut oil is your go-to. Just add some drops into it and mix. In an area without disinfectant or hand sanitizer, remember your Avila naturalle coconut oil.
Coconut oil is high in natural saturated fats. Saturated fats not only increase the healthy cholesterol (known as HDL Cholesterol) in your body but also help convert the LDL “bad” cholesterol into good cholesterol. Coconut oil is good for the skin, hair and general well being of the body.
Avila Naturalle coconut oil is undiluted, unrefined and 100% natural.
Benefits of Coconut Oil
Before applying coconut oil to your skin or even face, we advise you apply coconut oil to the same spot on your skin for a few days to know if you would have an adverse reaction to it.
Here are some of the benefits of coconut oil to the skin
1. For Stretch Marks
Because coconut oil improves collagen cross-linking and may restore the lipid barrier function, it also may be an effective treatment for stretch marks. While there’s no scientific literature that exists that shows coconut oil improves stretch marks, the beneficial properties of coconut oil, and the empirical data that exists suggests coconut oil can reduce or prevent stretch marks.
2. For Anti-Aging
Coconut Oil is rich in antioxidants and proteins. This facilitates preventing the early signs of aging by keeping the skin nourished and healthy. It will penetrate deep into the skin and repair broken cells. coconut oil additionally protects the skin from the tough environmental agents that harm the skin.
3. For Acne
Preliminary research suggests coconut oil may be an effective treatment for certain types of acne, including Propionibacterium acnes, and has the potential to act as an alternative treatment for acne vulgaris. Because of its antimicrobial properties, coconut oil was found to be 15 times more effective at inhibiting bacterial growth associated with acne over benzoyl peroxide (BPO), a popular topical antibiotic medication for mild to moderate acne. Studies have also found coconut oil effectively reduces inflammation and swelling associated with acne because of its anti-inflammatory properties. While this doesn’t mean coconut oil is the answer to acne, it does suggest coconut oil might help improve acne for some people.
If you’re looking to experiment with using coconut oil for acne, we recommend using coconut oil as a base before applying your face scrub. You can also apply coconut oil directly to acne as a moisturizer, which may also improve collagen cross-linking (wound healing), antioxidant enzyme activity, and lipid barrier function.
4. Soothes Sunburn
Coconut Oil has SPF properties and offers some protection from the harmful UV rays. However, it can’t be used as a substitute for sunscreen because it doesn’t offer the required protection from the sun. coconut oil is also best-known for its ability to soothe sunburned skin. It reduces inflammation and provides relief to the skin
5. Coconut Oil for Skin Conditions
If you suffer from skin conditions associated with dry skin such as atopic dermatitis (eczema), or xerosis, studies show coconut oil can improve skin hydration and lipid barrier function, and reduce skin infections.
Coconut oil was also found to enhance wound healing by increasing collagen cross-linking and antioxidant enzyme activity, which suggest coconut oil might be a sufficient way to treat minor
cuts, scraps, and abrasions.
This is why we like to recommend applying coconut oil to several common skin conditions like razor burn, ingrown hairs, and yes – pimples that have been “picked at.”
Organic, unrefined coconut oil is the best coconut oil for skincare because it contains all the present phytonutrients and polyphenols for coconut oils described as “virgin,” “cold-pressed,” or “raw.” Here at Avila Naturalle, we pride ourselves on having pure unrefined coconut oil.
Avila Naturalle coconut oil comes in four sizes:
100ml – 500
250ml – 1000
500ml – 1800
1 litre – 3500
It can also be used:
– to rub hands when there’s no soap or an antiseptic because it is an antibacterial in itself.
– to add shine to skin and hair
– as face/ body cream for humans
– to hydrate the hands and body.
– to massage the entire body.
– to relieve psoriasis and soothe eczema
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