Skin Care Oil: Why Coconut Rich Oils Moisturize Skin

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adara oilThe levels of saturated fat may not make coconut oil one of the best options for frying up your favorite snack. The oil’s properties, however, do make it one of the most luscious treats your skin will ever feel. To make sure the coconut oil you use is of the highest quality, get your hands on Adara organic oil, which is paraben-free and part of the fair trade market.

Why Your Skin Loves Coconut-Rich Oils

Coconut oil, like the kind found in Adara oil, is heat-stable. This stability makes coconut oil a Muhammad Ali-like fighter against free radicals and oxidation, and gives the oil lasting power. Oxidation can cause the cells in your body to age (remember that oxidation equals rust on metals), and its minions are free radicals. The antioxidants in Adara organic oil naturally prevent and fight free radicals. The result is skin that looks younger.

Other benefits of coconut oil include:

Your skin stays hydrated. Cold weather, the hot sun, stress, pollutants and everyday life can leave your skin thirsty and irritated. The high concentration of saturated fat in coconut oil, one of nature’s tropical potions, envelops your skin with healthy moisture, helps even out its tone (like age spots or discoloration from scars) and controls breakouts. Unlike some oily skin lotions, Adara oil quickly absorbs into your skin and doesn’t feel greasy.

Coconut oil helps your skin heal. Because your skin easily absorbs Adara organic oil, it helps heal damage and strengthen connective tissue. Coconut oil helps treat skin ailments like rosacea, psoriasis and eczema without having to worry about rubbing harsh, medicated chemicals onto your skin. A tablespoon of coconut oil has about seven grams of lauric acid, which helps soothe the aforementioned skin conditions and can help fight fungal infections of the skin. Furthermore, the medicinal properties of coconut oil also include the ability to fight and help protect against disease-causing germs, like the H. pylori bacteria. The next time you get a paper cut or nick your legs shaving, rub some Adara oil on the wound to help keep it from becoming infected; the oil smells a lot better than the medicated wound dressing you find at the pharmacy. 

Soothe your scalp. Save your hard-earned cash and trade the deep-conditioning treatments for a bottle of Adara organic oil. A little bit of coconut oil goes a long way, so you can use the money you save to get yourself a special treat. Use Adara oil to help nourish dry and damaged hair, get rid of dandruff and treat itchy scalp. Since coconut oil is used in so many hair care products, you might as well skip all the chemicals your tresses might not really need and cut to the chase. This trick might be particularly beneficial if you’re on a no “poo” (as in shampoo) or sulfate-free hair care regimen, are a curly girl looking to tame some frizz, or if your scalp is irritated.

How to Use Adara Organic Oil

The beauty of coconut oil is that you need only one bottle of Adara to take care of your different skin concerns.

  • Smooth Adara oil over your skin daily, as you would moisturizer. Use it more often if your skin needs an extra sip of moisture.
  • Rub Adara oil over rough patches of skin daily, especially if you plan to exfoliate.
  • For a deep-moisturizing hair treatment, massage some coconut oil into your hair and scalp. Place a shower cap over your locks and leave the oil in for 30 minutes. Then wash your hair as you normally would.
  • Apply a bit of Adara organic oil onto split ends to keep your mane looking fabulous.
  • Add a few drops of Adara oil into your bathwater or a foot spa to give yourself a mini spa treatment.

When using coconut oil, remember that it hardens as it cools. When this happens, run your bottle of Adara under hot tap water to help the oil liquefy. Adara oil comes in your favorite soothing scents. If you have an essential oil you particularly love, purchase the unscented product and add a few drops of your favorite scent.

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