......Coconut Milk and Coconut Oil Soap.......
Beautiful Soaps created with Coconut milk and Coconut oil
Coconut oil is said to repair skin and to build cells, moisturizes skin, deep cleansing, removes makeup, antibacterial, anti fungal, anti-viral, soothes skin complaints such as eczema and psoriasis, also fights free radical damage that causes aging.The lauric acid in coconut oil can kill bacteria, viruses, and fungi, helping to stave off infections.
Coconut oil used to moisturize skin will keep it looking supple and soft, without having to keep reapplying. This is because the skin absorbs it slowly, unlike other creams that have high water content, eventually leaving skin feeling dried out. Solid at room temperature, coconut oil gently melts as it gets rubbed into the skin and penetrates deep into the pores.
Lauric acid, existing in large quantities in coconut oil, is an anti-microbial compound that makes coconut oil a deep and invigorating skin cleanser, that lifts dirt and bacteria from deep within the skin as well as removing makeup. Lauric acid, incidentally, is an all round healing chemical that fights both fungi and bacteria, helping keep spots and blackheads away.
As a medicinal aid, coconut oil can be used alongside traditional medicine on verrucae and warts to help fight the virus, as well as other skin-borne complaints such as eczema and psoriasis, so it heals as well as moisturizes.
Unlike other acids used in other cosmetics that quickly oxidize and turn bad, causing free radical cell damage, lauric acid in coconut stays fresh for longer. This also means that coconut oil is packed with antioxidants, along with the medium chain fatty acids that actually help build cells rather than destroy them. This is good news for younger looking skin. Using coconut oil regularly helps build and repair skin, actually slowing down the development of wrinkles and liver spots.