Homemade Skin Care Products are Inexpensive and Simple
by Alesha Wilson
Homemade Skin Care Products with Coconut Oil
Have you thought about how inexpensive and simple homemade skin care products are?
In the (distant) past, people did not care about the state of their skin, especially when they had to hunt for food every mealtime.
However, that resulted in dried, damaged skin that made them look older than what they actually were. If you are more conscious of your body inside and out, you are probably curious about some tips that can help you preserve your youth without buying expensive products.
The secret to this is the use of coconut oil.The Benefits of Coconut for your skin:
Coconut oil is teeming with health benefits. It can be a great addition to food, and even coconut milk makes for interesting and tasty dishes. As it gets inside your body, it helps you metabolize the foods you ate and helps burn unused fat. However, aside from being a staple in the kitchen, you can use coconut oil for the skin too. Make yourself a great moisturizer right from your own kitchen!
Coconut oil is an amazingly great moisturizer for the skin. To save money, ditch your expensive lotion and just apply all natural coconut oil as needed. Your skin won't dry up; you can also apply this on cracked skin to relieve it. Do you get sunburns?
One quick application of this could give you soothing relief and help heal the skin faster too. How about a Cost-Free Hair Conditioner?
Coconut can also be used on your hair for the same purpose. Damaged hair can be revitalized and moisturized by applying coconut oil as the conditioner. You won't have to worry about split ends or very dry hair because the inexpensive solution is already here. There are even more uses for coconut:
* It can provide your teeth with calcium when you use it as toothpaste.
* You can also achieve that perfectly tanned skin if you apply oil all over your body before going in the sun. Needless to say, you are also protected from harmful rays because of this.
* It can help condition, moisturize and heal chapped hands and feet.
Alesha Wilson is a staff writer at RockwellNutrition.com, a leading natural health website.