Benefits of Coconut Oil for hair and skin.


Benefits of using an inexpensive moisturiser for the hair and skin. Coconut oil has so many benefits and is underestimated in my opnion in the natural hair and beauty circles.

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    25 thoughts on “Benefits of Coconut Oil for hair and skin.

    • XxAysha16xX

      i warm it up and put it on the ends of my thick hair then wrap it in clingfilm and leave on all night, then wash my hair & condition as normal in the morning. leaves it so soft and healthy!! also i use it on my eyelashes it stops them falling out as much and therefore makes them thicker!

    • loveprayalways

      I enjoyed your video, its has given me information on the benefits of coconut oil, and other uses . I would like if you would give me more information for skin cares uses..My skin looks like a hot mess HELP PLZ
      Thank you La Dawna CA

    • rosemarylamb

      Hi Thanks for your message, glad you enjoyed this video.

      Yes I will be doing some videos on skin care soon! What problems do you have specifically?

      If you are on Facebook – I have a page called ‘Rosemary Lamb – Feel Amazing’. You can put comments there as well.

      Bye for now,

      Rosemary

    • loveprayalways

      Thank you for getting back to me. Well the problem I’m having discoloration from the acne. I seeking a even skin tone , I was helping that you can help me with lighten up the acne scars natural . Does coconut oil help with discoloration problems, will coconut oil help give me a even complexion.
      Thanks you La Dawna

    • 38moons

      thank you for this video, did you mention the brand of coconut oil you used? couldn’t quite make it out in your video; is it ktc?

    • rosemarylamb

      Hi, coconut oil is very good for the complexion and can help treat all scars. I would prob recommend rosehip seed oil more for acne scars – can be use undiluted on skin or in a cream. It absorbs v well & doesn’t make the face shiny.

    • golddragnet

      I will try it on a child I know with psoriasis. how would it do for baby’s nappy rash? I will certainly explore it

    • rosemarylamb

      Nappy rash is an inflammation of the skin ands so a small amount of coconut oil should help ease the skin irritation.

    • BrianaBeBam

      So if i’m a 14 year old girl and i have really mild and ocasional acne and some dry patches on my face, can I massage this into my skin for about 5 minutes then wash my face at night? Because I’ve been doing this with virgin coconut oil from a health food store and I’m wondering if it’ll do anything lol, Also would this reduce redness in my exzema on my leg?

    • shannybu1

      I just bought some KTC oil mainly for use on my hair, however i am a little sceptical as KTC is refined…is it still safe enough to use all over the body?

    • rosemarylamb

      KTC coconut oil is not virgin oil, and this is reflected in the price. I use it on the body and it is safe. Compared to all the chemically induced mass marketed ‘skin care’ products with a list of synthetic ingredients as long as your arm, this coconut oil wins hands down.

    • rosemarylamb

      I would say to keep going with the coconut oil. I would leave it on your face at night, on the specific dry patches. It can also help reduce irritation from skin conditions. With excema it coconut oil can help reduce inflammation. Apply sparingly and often.

    • tinytoma25

      hi 🙂 i have a question about using coconut oil on the face to cure or eliminate acne. i recently bought extra virgin organic coconut oil to use on my face to see if it would help with eliminating my acne. i’ve been using it at night time, but i think it made it worse :'( i got more acne now? is that normal? should i keep using it? will it really help with my acne? or is there another method? please i would really appreciate any advice 🙂

    • rosemarylamb

      Hi, it’s rare 2 get an adverse reaction from coconut oil. If thought of a reaction bothers you I would recommend test patch e.g. inside of your arm. Coconut oil for acne isn’t a quick fix but effects can be steady. Also be mindful of your diet – greasy foods can encourage acne. Zinc rich diet (shellfish, wholegrains) is good for skin as it is anti-bacterial n can help acne. Drink lots water. Clean face thoroughly before bedtime; change pillow sheets often; oil from face can end up on pillow.

    • tinytoma25

      thank you soo much for replying 🙂 🙂 :)thanks for all the info! now that you mention the drinling of water??? thats something that i dont do as much as before!!! before i use to drink lots and lots of water! in the last 6 months or so i started drinking coffee (about 3-4 cups a day) which is new for me because i use to not like the taste of coffee but then one day i just seemed to like. and now i hardly drink any water anymore! could that have an affect on why ive been breaking out like crazy?

    • emeraude321

      @tinytoma25 I’m not a dermatologist but it seems to me that skins that are prone to acne are skins that are oily so applying coconut oil would make your face even oilier. A tablespoon of Jojoba oil mixed with several drops of tea tree oil might be a solution as they make sure that your skin is not producing too much or too little oil. Tea tree oil would penetrate your pores and clean them. Your face will fill so fresh after.

    • tinytoma25

      @emeraude312 thank you so much for your feedback on coconut oil and how to try jojoba oil and tea tree oil! 🙂 ever since i stopped using the coconut oil my face it started clearing up a little, but i still have some acne left :'( im going to give the jojoba oil and tea tree oil a try and see if that helps 🙂 thank you sooo much!

    • marcus23332333

      cold pressed vs expeller pressed coconut oil with one it better or does it really matter

    • rosemarylamb

      Hi if you have the choice or want to be completely puritanical – cold pressed. Because no heat is used to extract the oil. But expeller is perfectly fine – still a natural oil and SO MUCH BETTER than commercially produced products that use artificial ingredients.

    • matiin54

      Hi there, I agree that KTC is not virgin oil, as the same size tub of virgin coconut oil is nearly 10 pounds!! plus iv got KTC at home and also a certified organic virgin coconut oil. KTC oil doesnt smell or even taste like coconut compared to the virgin oil which has really strong smell and a hint of coconut taste. so I recommend people to buy the virgin one instead.

    • mskalonji417

      Hi i have a question…so i recently found out i have oily/combination skin which is the cause of my occasionally acne. With that being said can i still use coconut oil on my face? Sounds silly but i need to know. 🙂

    • rosemarylamb

      @mskalonji417

      Hi – coconut oil contains lots of nutrients inclusing lauric acid and vitamin E. This helps nourish the skin and can help blocked sebum glands that cause acne. You could try to apply a little bit of coconut oil sparingly on acne. Drink lots of water to help flush toxins out of the skin.

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    Benefits of Coconut Oil for hair and skin.


    Benefits of using an inexpensive moisturiser for the hair and skin. Coconut oil has so many benefits and is underestimated in my opnion in the natural hair and beauty circles.

    Related Blogs


      26 thoughts on “Benefits of Coconut Oil for hair and skin.

      • XxAysha16xX

        i warm it up and put it on the ends of my thick hair then wrap it in clingfilm and leave on all night, then wash my hair & condition as normal in the morning. leaves it so soft and healthy!! also i use it on my eyelashes it stops them falling out as much and therefore makes them thicker!

      • loveprayalways

        I enjoyed your video, its has given me information on the benefits of coconut oil, and other uses . I would like if you would give me more information for skin cares uses..My skin looks like a hot mess HELP PLZ
        Thank you La Dawna CA

      • rosemarylamb

        Hi Thanks for your message, glad you enjoyed this video.

        Yes I will be doing some videos on skin care soon! What problems do you have specifically?

        If you are on Facebook – I have a page called ‘Rosemary Lamb – Feel Amazing’. You can put comments there as well.

        Bye for now,

        Rosemary

      • loveprayalways

        Thank you for getting back to me. Well the problem I’m having discoloration from the acne. I seeking a even skin tone , I was helping that you can help me with lighten up the acne scars natural . Does coconut oil help with discoloration problems, will coconut oil help give me a even complexion.
        Thanks you La Dawna

      • 38moons

        thank you for this video, did you mention the brand of coconut oil you used? couldn’t quite make it out in your video; is it ktc?

      • rosemarylamb

        Hi, coconut oil is very good for the complexion and can help treat all scars. I would prob recommend rosehip seed oil more for acne scars – can be use undiluted on skin or in a cream. It absorbs v well & doesn’t make the face shiny.

      • golddragnet

        I will try it on a child I know with psoriasis. how would it do for baby’s nappy rash? I will certainly explore it

      • rosemarylamb

        Nappy rash is an inflammation of the skin ands so a small amount of coconut oil should help ease the skin irritation.

      • BrianaBeBam

        So if i’m a 14 year old girl and i have really mild and ocasional acne and some dry patches on my face, can I massage this into my skin for about 5 minutes then wash my face at night? Because I’ve been doing this with virgin coconut oil from a health food store and I’m wondering if it’ll do anything lol, Also would this reduce redness in my exzema on my leg?

      • shannybu1

        I just bought some KTC oil mainly for use on my hair, however i am a little sceptical as KTC is refined…is it still safe enough to use all over the body?

      • rosemarylamb

        KTC coconut oil is not virgin oil, and this is reflected in the price. I use it on the body and it is safe. Compared to all the chemically induced mass marketed ‘skin care’ products with a list of synthetic ingredients as long as your arm, this coconut oil wins hands down.

      • rosemarylamb

        I would say to keep going with the coconut oil. I would leave it on your face at night, on the specific dry patches. It can also help reduce irritation from skin conditions. With excema it coconut oil can help reduce inflammation. Apply sparingly and often.

      • tinytoma25

        hi 🙂 i have a question about using coconut oil on the face to cure or eliminate acne. i recently bought extra virgin organic coconut oil to use on my face to see if it would help with eliminating my acne. i’ve been using it at night time, but i think it made it worse :'( i got more acne now? is that normal? should i keep using it? will it really help with my acne? or is there another method? please i would really appreciate any advice 🙂

      • rosemarylamb

        Hi, it’s rare 2 get an adverse reaction from coconut oil. If thought of a reaction bothers you I would recommend test patch e.g. inside of your arm. Coconut oil for acne isn’t a quick fix but effects can be steady. Also be mindful of your diet – greasy foods can encourage acne. Zinc rich diet (shellfish, wholegrains) is good for skin as it is anti-bacterial n can help acne. Drink lots water. Clean face thoroughly before bedtime; change pillow sheets often; oil from face can end up on pillow.

      • tinytoma25

        thank you soo much for replying 🙂 🙂 :)thanks for all the info! now that you mention the drinling of water??? thats something that i dont do as much as before!!! before i use to drink lots and lots of water! in the last 6 months or so i started drinking coffee (about 3-4 cups a day) which is new for me because i use to not like the taste of coffee but then one day i just seemed to like. and now i hardly drink any water anymore! could that have an affect on why ive been breaking out like crazy?

      • emeraude321

        @tinytoma25 I’m not a dermatologist but it seems to me that skins that are prone to acne are skins that are oily so applying coconut oil would make your face even oilier. A tablespoon of Jojoba oil mixed with several drops of tea tree oil might be a solution as they make sure that your skin is not producing too much or too little oil. Tea tree oil would penetrate your pores and clean them. Your face will fill so fresh after.

      • tinytoma25

        @emeraude312 thank you so much for your feedback on coconut oil and how to try jojoba oil and tea tree oil! 🙂 ever since i stopped using the coconut oil my face it started clearing up a little, but i still have some acne left :'( im going to give the jojoba oil and tea tree oil a try and see if that helps 🙂 thank you sooo much!

      • marcus23332333

        cold pressed vs expeller pressed coconut oil with one it better or does it really matter

      • rosemarylamb

        Hi if you have the choice or want to be completely puritanical – cold pressed. Because no heat is used to extract the oil. But expeller is perfectly fine – still a natural oil and SO MUCH BETTER than commercially produced products that use artificial ingredients.

      • matiin54

        Hi there, I agree that KTC is not virgin oil, as the same size tub of virgin coconut oil is nearly 10 pounds!! plus iv got KTC at home and also a certified organic virgin coconut oil. KTC oil doesnt smell or even taste like coconut compared to the virgin oil which has really strong smell and a hint of coconut taste. so I recommend people to buy the virgin one instead.

      • mskalonji417

        Hi i have a question…so i recently found out i have oily/combination skin which is the cause of my occasionally acne. With that being said can i still use coconut oil on my face? Sounds silly but i need to know. 🙂

      • rosemarylamb

        @mskalonji417

        Hi – coconut oil contains lots of nutrients inclusing lauric acid and vitamin E. This helps nourish the skin and can help blocked sebum glands that cause acne. You could try to apply a little bit of coconut oil sparingly on acne. Drink lots of water to help flush toxins out of the skin.

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