I've been using the SheaMoisture 100% Extra Virgin Coconut Oil at night on the dryer areas of my face, and using it daily on my cuticles, hands, and elbows. It also makes a great natural lip conditioner! Opinions differ on whether coconut oil should be used on acne-prone skin. I deal with breakouts regularly but have noticed improvement since using this product, which could be due to its antimicrobial, skin-calming properties. With sensitive skin, it's always best to test a small area first, even when using chemical-free products.
Below average room temperature, natural coconut oil solidifies; however, it will melt on contact in the warmth of your hands. It provides a toxic-free way to moisturize and revitalize the hair/scalp, skin, and nails. SheaMoisture's Extra Virgin Coconut Oil is fairly fast-absorbing. You'll want to use it sparingly, particularly when it comes to small areas or the sensitive skin of the face. No need to overdo it. A little definitely goes a long way! It's family-made in the USA (and cruelty-free!) with certified organic and natural ingredients. It contains NO sulfates, parabens, mineral oil, synthetic fragrance or color and retails for $13-$15.
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