Quick OverviewA highly versatile oil that can be used to condition the skin and hair. An ideal moisturiser for the body, it makes the skin smooth and even textured. Applied directly to the skin or hair before washing, Coconut oil makes a very effective conditioning treatment. Soothing dry sensitive skin or scalp and adding lustre to damaged hair. Highly recommended for baby massages. This Extra Virgin Coconut Oil is 100% Organic, pure and cold pressed (processed without heat) to retain its unique balance of nutrients.
Benefits :• 100% Natural and Organic • Cold Pressed • Fast absorbing • Non-sticky • Conditions damaged hair • Smoothens skin • Even Skin Tone
What to ExpectA light, non-sticky and easily absorbed oil with a pure, tropical Coconut scent. May freeze in bottle due to unadulterated nature of the product.
How to ApplyWarm a small amount in the hands and massage gently all over the face/body. Leave for 30 minutes, cleanse post treatment with a mild soap or body cleanser. For hair, simply apply to scalp and gently massage hair from root to tip. Leave for 20 minutes, cleanse post treatment with a mild hair cleanser and warm water. Can be used from head to toe, by all skin and hair types.
- 100% reviewers recommend this product.
Q. How can i sell your products in Colombia
Question by: Mónica on Jan 15, 2018 02:23:34 AM
A. We request you to send us a mail at email@example.com
Answer by: Team Kama on Jan 17, 2018 07:09:16 AM
Q. Hi, does coconut oil dry out skin? I checked online that mentioned coconut oil is not really suitable for dry skin.
Question by: Huamei on Sep 25, 2018 07:42:14 AM
A. Extra Virgin Organic Coconut Oil is 100% natural, cold pressed coconut oil that can be used from head-to-toe. Warm Extra Virgin Organic Coconut Oil in the palms and massage, follow with a mild cleanser post thirty minutes to soften, smooth & soothe even dry skin.
Answer by: Team Kama on Oct 08, 2018 08:04:27 AM
BEAUTY HABITS TO BREAK UP WITH THIS VALENTINE’S DAY February 13, 2018
As is sometimes the case with human relationships, an over-dependence on certain beauty rituals and products, out of sheer habit, can be bad for health. When we hoard things and stick to them simply because we have done for a long period of time, we tend to overlook their stagnancy and lack of constructive contribution. The intricate linkages between health...
BODY AREAS YOU NEED TO STOP NEGLECTING THIS WINTER December 1, 2017
Neglect of certain body parts just because they’re not usually visible, or are insignificant according to you, is a tell-tale sign of lackadaisical personal grooming. And laziness in this department tends to be rather predominant during the winters because a lot gets hidden under oversized sweaters, 100 denier stockings; scarves, gloves, and caps. As the saying goes, beauty lies in...
WHAT KIND OF BRIDE ARE YOU? November 17, 2017
Every bride is her own kind of beautiful, accentuated by her unapologetic, self-assured aura, and comfort in her own skin. And, for every kind of bride, the need to brand the preparatory run-up to the Big Day with her signature style, is instinctively essential. No matter what kind of modern bride you are, here are some significant additions to your...
SUNCARE HABITS THAT LEAD TO GREAT SKIN July 5, 2017
Sunscreen is the backbone of skincare. There’s no point investing in beautiful face cream or serum, if you don’t protect your skin from the sun. And if you have this first step as part of your daily regimen, there are many other things that you can do to boost your beauty ritual and the quality of your complexion. DON'T FORGET...
5 Essential Oils to Rekindle your Love for Happiness March 30, 2017
Petrichor is the fragrance that arises when the grains of dry soil embrace fresh rain drops. Few can resist the happy feeling that this earthy scent is known to arouse. It inspired the great Gene Kelly to immortalise this by singing “No matter what life wants to throw my way, I’ll be singing, I’ll be singing in the rain”.
5 reasons Holi is rejuvenating for your body March 10, 2017
Holi is associated with the colour white, which symbolises the end of one phase and the beginning of a rosy tomorrow. With its arrival, we celebrate the return of colours on the trees, in the sunsets and even our wardrobes. Holi stresses the need to do away with impassive winters...