Coconut Oil Skin Care
Creates a Barrier Against Disease
from A to Z

Coconut oil skin care is a mighty first line of defense against a wide range of diseases.

It's so potent, bacteria and other illness-causing organisms are crying foul in the sidelines.

Using coconut oil for your skin is like shrinking Superman and the entire Justice League to microscopic sizes and have them scatter all over your skin. Those villainous microbes don't stand a chance.

The secret of coconut oil? Well, there is no secret!

Medium Chain Fatty Acids

It has been common knowledge for several decades within the research community that coconut oil contains mostly Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT) or Medium Chain Fatty Acids (MCFA). These extraordinary fat molecules are the main reason why coconut oil is so packed with health-giving goodness.

MCFAs such as Caprylic acid (C-8), Capric acid (C-10), and Lauric acid (C-12) hate harmful microorganisms. They destroy bacteria, fungi, viruses, parasites, yeast, etc. that cause minor skin irritation, all the way to the AIDS virus (HIV).

Your Skin First, THEN Your Entire Body

When you use coconut oil on your skin, the benefits are profound and long-term.

Once it completely penetrates the pores of your skin, which it does pretty easily because of its small structure, MCFA-rich coconut oil will eventually end up in your bloodstream for more health-improving activities.

The skin is the largest single organ in your body. It is the only thing or covering that prevents air-born, water-born or whatever-born killers from dismantling every single cell in your body.

Fortifying your skin with "antimicrobial" MCFAs is one of the most effortless ways to guarding against infection. Coconut oil is nature's richest source of rare MCFAs.



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