Coconut oil is affordable, readily available in most markets and is 100% non-toxic.
Here are all the ways you can incorporate coconut oil into your routine life.
Coconut oil is a creamy solid at room temperature, and turns to liquid when heated to 76°F. While in the shower, melt your coconut oil by running the jar under the warm water. Then, after shampooing, apply a generous amount of the oil to wet strands and twist hair into a bun. Let it sit for at least five minutes before rinsing to add moisture and shine back into limp locks.
In Coffee and Tea
Use a tablespoon of coconut oil in coffee or tea to make a creamy, tasty drink with loads of stable energy.
You can use coconut oil in pie crusts and any baked goods recipes. Simply replace the vegetable oil for coconut oil
Coconut oil is great for making lightly scented deodorants that are moisturizing and aluminum-free.
You can actually use coconut oil and a little bit of lemon juice to polish furniture in the house. Use only a small amount and make sure to “test” a small spot first to make sure it meets your expectations.
Most conventional toothpastes contain sodium lauryl sulfates a caustic detergent which helps remove grease. You’ll find it laundry detergents and cleaners. It is toxic to the human body and therefore should not be swallowed. Coconut oil is an awesome base for your own toothpaste creations.