Whipped Extra Virgin Coconut Oil for Skin

February 13, 2017
Whipped Extra Virgin Coconut Oil
I love coconut oil. I use an unscented version for baking and roasting, and … I use it every morning and evening an extra virgin coconut oil on my face! It smells good, it’s soft and it pulls nice and quickly.

The disadvantage may be that only the coconut oil (which under cool conditions is hard) is quite difficult from the pot. On colder days, it may even be quite a lot of effort. On YouTube I saw several movies come by, among other beauty bloggers who “whipped coconut oil ‘made ​​and I thought: I can do that! Its super simple and really worth a try.

The virgin coconut oil is mixing nicely light and creamy, making it easy to spread and is much easier coming from the pot.
what do you need? Coconut oil (I use extra virgin coconut oil here, because it smells and what ‘richer’) and a (hand) mixer.

That’s it!

You do not believe me? Then check out the video below it! Mixing takes about 5 minutes if you do not make too much at once.

If you want to mix a whole jar of coconut oil then you maybe a little longer busy.

And this is the result: delicious creamy coconut cream that lubricates wonderfully smooth. Good coconut smell just keeps preserved, I like that. Furthermore, it is nice to think that nothing else so you will need for this cream. Pure coconut, that’s it!
Here I used a jar of extra virgin coconut oil that we have received. Normally we buy a jar of extra virgin Royal Green, at the health food store.

Such a pot costs about $6 to $8. In the shop you’ll sometimes cheaper coconut oil against. Then you pay about $3.50, but then you have no biological or extra virgin variety. However, the result (whipped) is the same, only it does not really smell like coconut.

The whipped virgin coconut oil can be kept in the fridge, but then you have a chance that it is a bit hard. Outside the refrigerator can also. Be always sure that the oil is in a tightly sealed jar or bowl.

The whipped oil is good to use as a day cream, but of course you can use it for example, your hands or your lips. I think the use of virgin coconut oil anyway recommended.

It’s natural; extra virgin coconut oil is very good for your skin and also very cheap. Compare it with the prices of regular day creams! This whipped variant is fun to make and easy to use!

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