How to Use Coconut Oil for Acne Scars

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Coconut oil is not stored in a bottle because it is not liquid and can be store in anything. It is white and has a solid state at room temperature. It starts to melt at about 23 degrees. However, this is not a hindrance for cosmetic purposes because the human body temperature is 37 degrees so that you can liquefy the fat quickly in your hand.

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Coconut fat is pressed from the fruit pulp of the coconut. It is considered a healthy fat because it contains many saturated fats. This also includes the lauric acid, which plays an important role in the treatment of pimples, acne and impure skin. But also with dry skin the fat of the coconut oil is used.

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Coconut oil is a moisturizer. It serves as sun protection and also as a means of deterrence mosquitoes and other small insects. Coconut oil is found in numerous soaps, shower gels, hair shampoos, massage oils, creams and after sun products. Because of its positive properties, it is often in home-made cosmetics.

Skin care with coconut oil

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Coconut oil is considered a natural remedy for pimples, acne and impure skin. If you want to treat your skin with the fat from the pulp of the coconut, be careful not to use any refined oil. Buy cold-pressed organic coconut oil, which is largely untreated. They recognize it among other things by its typical smell of coconut. Refined oil has almost lost its scent.

Lauric acid is a medium-chain fatty acid which accounts for the largest portion of the fat of a high-quality coconut oil. It has an antibacterial effect and has much less side effects than the usual agents (benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid), which are used against pimples and acne.

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But not only are the bacteria responsible for acne formation killed by coconut oil. Numerous experiences have shown that it also relieves inflammation and alleviates swelling.

Coconut Oil with Cotton

 

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Despite the strong effect of coconut oil against pimples it does not harm the sensitive skin, because it does not attack the sebaceous gland cells.

Because the inflammation of the skin in acne often reach deeply under the skin, after healing of the pimples many unsightly scars remain. You can also successfully use coconut oil. For it supports the healing process of the skin and reduces the scarring.

When using coconut oil for skin care against pimples on the face or body, you should have extreme hygiene. The best way to wash your hands is to apply the valuable oil before disinfecting it. So go on the safe side, do not additionally spend the contact with the hands bacteria on the impure skin. Alternatively, apply the coconut oil with a cotton swab to a pickled pimple or a large cotton wool pad.

Coconut Oil and Turmeric

Mix a tablespoon of coconut oil with a teaspoon of turmeric or saffron. Apply this oil mixture to the affected areas daily and let it act overnight.

Coconut Oil and Baking Soda

 

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To remove acne scar from your face use coconut oil. Mix the oil with baking soda and apply it on your face. Massage slowly with gentle hands then leaves it for 5 minutes and wash with water. Baking soda has natural bleaching element that clear your skin and make the scars go away.

These are some of the best “home remedies of coconut oil for acne scar”. Use these remedies daily to get the best result in few days. All of ingredients are very simple and easy to find at home. For sensitive skin please go to the doctor; do not take risk on your skin and spend couple of fortune.

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