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Coco oil

  • Latin name: Cocos nucifera

  • Pressed part: Pulp

  • Origin: East of Madagascar



  • Nourishing

  • Fortifying

  • Moisturizing and softening

  • Repellent

  • Antioxidant

  • Dry, brittle, forked, dull hair

  • Dry to very dry skin, torn

  • Cracks, and crack burns and sunburn

  • Prevention and care of stretch marks

How to use it?

  • For hair care (dry, brittle and dull hair)
    Nourishing and fortifying, Coco oil is very recommended for frizzy hair because it will come to soften the hair and sheath it

  • For the beauty of the skin (wrinkles, imperfections...)
    You can use it to protect your skin with its vitamin E and flavonoids (antioxidants), as an emollient due to its large proportion of saturated fatty acids, to nourish your skin in case of eczema, in a bi-phase makeup remover, and even for a massage or scrub!


  • Whiteness Toothpaste
    Once in your mouth, coconut oil takes at least 10 minutes to act as a natural cleansing agent on your teeth and gums. After 2 to 4 weeks of practice, you should see a clear difference in your teeth

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