Coconut Butter

CoconutThe coconut is a magical food. Not only does it taste delicious, but it can actually make you more beautiful, and save you a pretty penny on expensive fad beauty systems and in some cases, even sunscreen.

A lofty promise? Perhaps. But consider that coconut butter is naturally high in antioxidants, which not only prevent the skin from wrinkling, but also act as a natural sun block, keeping the skin safe from the harmful Ultraviolet rays of the sun, as well as the pollution and other debris that can be found in even the cleanest of climates.
Originally, we began using coconut butter in soaps as a structural substitute for the more dangerous chemicals, but like many of life's happy accidents, people soon found that coconut butter had actually improved the quality of their skin. Fewer blemishes develop, existing wrinkles smooth out, and the need for many artificial chemicals is virtually eliminated, so you can feel good about applying something completely natural to your skin.

Of course, none of this is news to women who've lived in tropic climates where coconuts are a regular dietary and beauty regime staple. They've been using coconut butter to bathe, wash their hair, and as an ingredient in dozens of flavorful dishes. Women who come from warm climates that find the coconut in bountiful plenty always seem to have flawlessly beautiful skin. Now we know why.

What other substance is so versatile? Why waste your time and money researching a lot of fad skin care regimes that probably won't work in the first place? No one can promise a miracle, or something that takes thirty years off your appearance. But soap containing coconut butter protects your skin while making it look better. That's not hyperbole: it's just a fact.