Chock-full of vitamin E, coconut oil can be used as a traditional moisturizer. Because it is full of fatty acids, coconut oil acts as a sort of barrier on the skin, keeping moisture locked in. It’s naturally antibacterial and antifungal, helping to protect skin and hair from the elements (especially helpful during those harsh winter months). Bonus: It smells delicious!
Organic foods are produced according to certain production standards. For crops, it means they were grown without the use of conventional pesticides, artificial fertilizers, human waste, or sewage sludge and that they were processed without ionizing radiation or food additives. For animals, it means they were reared without the routine use of antibiotics and without the use of growth hormones. In most countries, organic produce must not be genetically modified.
A strongly saturating yet not oily serum and the most celestial notice that quickly lifts you. When utilizing the serum, I simply cherish realizing that I'm applying a scrumptious mixed drink of intensity pressed collagen boosting and reestablishing vitamins, cancer prevention agents, unsaturated fats and recuperating plant oils and natural concentrates that all work in agreement to rebalance and restore my skin. I even utilize it as a lip analgesic now so no lines there either!
Traditionally, coconut oil has been popularized for anti-aging and skin care treatment. More helpful for anti-aging and skin care no use any other lotions and moisturizer.
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