I’m not shy about my TOTAL OBSESSION with anything coconuts! I’ve even shared 5 Uses for Coconut Oil. Well, the uses don’t stop there. I have 5 MORE uses for coconut oil! I hope you are just as excited as I am about this fact!
5 MORE Uses for Coconut Oil:
I’m not a huge fan of the taste of Listerine. Actually, it’s not so much the taste as how it stings my mouth when I use it. Now, what if you had something that generally didn’t taste terrible, what if you had something that might actually taste pretty GOOD while your swishing it around in your mouth, getting all the gunk and goo cleaned out? Coconut oil my friend; just toss it around in your mouth for a good 10-15 minutes in the morning to clean your mouth up a bit. When all is said and done, just rinse the leftovers out with water and spit.
Now, here’s something really unique you’d never expect out of coconut oil; it can also be used as deodorant! Who would’ve thought, huh?! In all seriousness, though, coconut oil is an extremely effective tool that can keep your son’s pits sweet-smelling, and if used in conjunction with baking soda, it can be even more effective. Just massage it in and things will smell a lot less like a gym locker room on a bad Tuesday.
While some of the moisturizers we buy at stores smell pretty good, some smell like someone just scooped up some sludge from a pit in Mexico. Some of us don’t want to pay the high prices for the expensive moisturizers. Luckily, most people like the smell of coconut, the mere scent of which invokes images of Hawaiian beaches and Caribbean shores. Thankfully, coconut oil is a nice, natural moisturizer that you can use on anything from dry elbows to chapped lips!
Energy drinks lift us up, but they eventually bring us down even lower than when we started. Sometimes a real pick me up is needed to get us through our busy lives. Did you know coconut oil has been proven to give men and women alike nice bursts of energy when things are getting pretty darn droopy-eyed? So, when that pricey energy drink starts eyeing you from across the desk, remember to try and slip yourself a small bit of coconut oil and see how that works out.
Athlete’s Foot Combatant:
You know, with the amount of products that claim to keep Athlete’s Foot at bay, you’d wonder how all of those fancy foot cream companies aren’t out of business these days. Coconut oil also works well at keeping Athlete’s Foot away. A quick massage of the stuff on your foot and you’ll be good for a while.
I’m sure there are more than thousands of uses for coconut oil! Don’t forget to check out the other 5 uses for coconut oil!