Plumeria Coconut Oil

(2 customer reviews)

$10.00

Benefits of Fragranced Coconut Oil

Light weight easy to absorb into your skin
Bath Oil
Use as a lotion

SKU: PLM-CCN-OIL Category:

Product Description

Coconut Oil

The people of the tropics have known for thousands of years, the secret of coconut oil. Coconut oil is rich in Lauric acid, which is known for being anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal. Its genetic makeup allows it to penetrate skin deep into the tissues below the surface, to easily provide generous amounts of moisture; almost instantly giving the skin a more even texture and a healthy glow. Coconut oil prevents skin from developing liver spots and other blemishes caused by aging and over exposure to sunlight; in addition to preventing sagging and wrinkling by keeping connective tissues strong and supple. Coconut oil will not only bring temporary relief to dry skin, but over time it will aid in healing and repairing damaged skin, especially for those who suffer from ailments such as Psoriasis and Eczema.

Plumeria

A very fragrant soft fruity, peachy, and creamy on the canvas of soft gardenia like aroma. Often associate with Hawaii as it is the main flower in the Lei

Organic cold pressed fractionated coconut oil, fragrance, vitamin E

Organic fractionated cold-pressed coconut oil can be used for the following things:

  • Moisturizer
  • Toothpaste
  • Oil pulling
  • Hot oil hair treatment
  • Bath oil
  • To remove make-up

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  1. Lori M

    Plumeria Coconut Oil

    Lori M

    I love this stuff. The oil absorbs into the skin, no real oily feeling. Very soothing and great aroma.

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  2. Rhonda D

    Love the scent. I work

    Rhonda D

    Love the scent. I work around horses and the oil feels good on my dry chapped hands at the end of the day.

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