Coconut oil has so many benefits to our bodies and as the weather cools in many places around the world, it is so valuable to use on a daily basis.
Refined vs. Unrefined? If you’ve done your research for the best coconut oil for skin and hair care, don’t be surprised if you’re confused with it all.
Have you noticed what pacific islanders use on their skin to keep it protected from the sun and highly moisturized? Did you know coconut oil (the nectar of tropical island gods) has been used by islanders for thousands of years to keep their skin healthy in a tropical climate.
We sent a jar of Kapuluan Raw Organic Coconut Oil to LA Based Beauty Blogger Atsuna Matsui for her review and Best 5 Coconut Oil Beauty Benefits & Tips. Coconut Oil Tips for Skin, Face, Teeth, and Hair!
Many natural products, if not properly stored, can lead to spoilage. Here are three tips on how to protect and preserve natural products in summer months.
Tienlyn Jacobson of ThoughtfulMisfit.com hung out with a few influencer friends and gave a little coconut oil true or false pop quiz.
We all know coconut oil is today’s craze, but is all the hype really deserved? When it comes to using this beloved cure-all for your skin, hair, nails, teeth and lips, is coconut oil bad for you? Let’s get the skinny on how good (or bad) it is for your skin.
A DIY coconut oil body butter is one of the simplest and economical beauty products you can make at home. Body butter is going to be deeply moisturizing and help much more than your regular lotion.
From the top of your scalp to the spaces between your finger toes, each inch of the skin surface relies on proper moisture to retain optimal health and elasticity, and for healthy aging. The skin is the body’s largest organ and the shield that keeps us safe from harm.