Makeup Remover: The most waterproof mascara doesn't stand a chance against coconut oil. Apply it directly to the face as an oil cleanser and makeup will melt away.
Body Moisturizer Sweet-smelling coconut oil is rich in fatty acids, making it an effective moisturizer, and it absorbs quickly
Breath Freshener: Coconut oil has antifungal and antibacterial properties. Gargling for 15-20minutes with a spoonful of oil (oil pulling) can help clear up germs in the mouth, leading to fresher breath, whiter teeth, and healthier gums.
Face Moisturizer: You can use coconut oil to moisturize your skin; it is particularly effective as a primer to soften the skin before applying makeup. It will give you a glowing look after you apply your foundation
Makeup Brush Cleaner: Cleaning your Makeup Brushes should be a monthly ritual. You can use a DIY cleaner that's two parts antibacterial soap and one part coconut oil.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.