Re: Coconut oil
Re: Coconut oilThat's brilliant Judd it took a while when I first started using it to get results but now slightest sign of a red patch or itch and out comes the coconut oil and I zap it before it gets a hold.
Re: Coconut oilI looked up how to store this oil, because I wondered if it would go rancid if kept in a warm room. This is what I found:
Re: Coconut oilI keep mine in the fridge in the summer as it gets too liquid then when it sets again goes grainy. But just use a teaspoon on the hard lump and it melts in your hands really quickly.
Re: Coconut oilI have dyshidrotic excema/dermatitis on the palm of my left hand and my friend recommended me to use coconut oil,she has popped round and given me a small pot of it to use to try on my hand as Ive been struggling with it for yrs now,its going through a particularly bad patch right now with cracking and bleeding and extremely painful.....Ive been using the oil now for a couple of days and can honestly say its improving the feel of my hand already,its still got a way to go yet to impress me fully but first signs are very promising.
Re: Coconut oilI hope it does help you aysa that sounds very sore, it's amazing doctors don't recommend it as many people seem to see big improvements in skin conditions when they try it.
Re: Coconut oilIt is extremely painful Julie so this coconut oil has impressed me so far.
Re: Coconut oilYes I heard good things about that too, I tried coconut oil first and it worked so never got round to trying that.
Re: Coconut oil