Although accessible and loved by many, coconut oil isn’t good for facial care.
Coconut oil became a loyal companion of beauty care, both for hair and skin. However, its down fall was as fast as its rise to fame, at least between the beauty lovers.
Experts of many fields are alerting about the disadvantages of using coconut oil in everything.
On your face, for example, the oil can be dismissed if you don’t have dry skin. Did you know that?
According to the dermatologist Luigi Polla, founder of Forever Institut and Alchimie Forever, coconut oil can’t be applied to everybody’s skincare routine. Did you know that?
If your skincare products contain coconut oil, it doesn’t mean your need to throw it away.
Some products contain minimal amounts of coconut oil, just enough to help with a better spread of the product or give an extra touch of nourishment and hydration.
Pay attention to how your skin reacts, and compare it to another product that doesn’t contain coconut oil.
Generally speaking, if you are worried about clogged pores, it is always better to use less makeup. Remember that.
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