Hair Protectant: Protect the fragile ends of your hair from sun and chlorine by coating them with coconut oil before getting it wet. Your hair will dry smooth instead of tangled.
Stretch Mark Cream: Expectant moms should keep a bottle of coconut oil nearby to help ward off stretch marks, but anyone can use this as a topical treatment for scars.
Wound Salve: The same antifungal and antibacterial properties that make coconut oil a solid breath freshener also make it a good wound salve for more minor scrapes and cuts.
Eczema Relief: A recent study even suggests that Cold pressed coconut oil can reduce inflammation and relieve itching when you apply it to affected areas.
Night Cream: One of our favorite coconut beauty oil uses is a night cream. Apply coconut oil to your face at night for maximum moisturizing benefits. The antioxidants are great for smoothing fine lines and wrinkles while you sleep and let it really soak in.
Itch Relief: Burns, bug bites, and bruises can all be soothed with a topical balm of coconut oil.
Massage oil: Warm coconut oil in the microwave and add a few drops of an essential oil, like lavender or peppermint, for a soothing massage mix.
Lip Scrub: -Combine one tablespoon of coconut oil with two tablespoons of brown sugar and one tablespoon of honey. Mix it all together and you've got a delicious DIY lip scrub.
Body Scrub: Mix a handful of coarse salt or sugar with half a cup of coconut oil to create exfoliator. The moisturizing oil will last long after the grains have melted away.
Lip Balm: Coconut oil is the ideal solution for chapped lips especially because it is semisolid at room temperature.*Under-eye Cream: Don't spend the extra money on eye cream, use a dab of coconut oil on under eye bags and fine lines. It's light enough for the most delicate skin.