Achieving Feminine Beauty and Health with Coconut Oil

Article updated 2018

How to get mind-boggling beauty and health with Coconut oil

Hey, beautiful!

In order to be really beautiful, a feminine woman must have gorgeous, youthful hair and skin. After all, most of your beauty really comes down to having fantastic health. Contrary to popular belief, nice skin/hair and youthfulness is not age dependent. Regardless of age, you don’t have to have declining hair health and wrinkles, there are women who don’t have wrinkles well into their 50s and even 60s without the help of cosmetic surgery. (Click here to take the quiz “How Naturally Feminine Am I Actually?”)

It’s all about keeping it natural and having the commitment and desire to be youthful and beautiful. Does that sound crazy? You may think well who doesn’t want to be considered beautiful? Well, a lot of women WANT to be beautiful, but just couldn’t be bothered putting the effort, time and commitment into it. In this post, I’m going to show you how you can achieve radiance and beauty without spending an absolute fortune! 🙂

Why Coconut Oil?

You may or may not be aware of this, but Pure Virgin Coconut Oil is your new Best Friend. Why? Despite the bad press it has had in the past because it contains saturated fat, doctors and health professionals all over the world are beginning to discover the AMAZING health and healing properties that Virgin Coconut Oil can bring. If you want to learn more about saturated fats, please see The Truth About Saturated Fat.

Coconut oil is the healthiest oil you can consume. It has no trans fat and is very high in Lauric Acid. Lauric acid is antifungal, antibacterial and antiviral. Lots of the health benefits of coconut oil come from the medium-chain length of its fatty acids, or triglycerides (MCTs). Coconut oil contains MCTs that increase metabolic rates and lead to weight loss. MCTs promote what is called thermogenesis. Thermogenesis increases the body’s metabolism, producing energy.

Just so you know, if you are worried about putting on weight by consuming Virgin Coconut oil; this is completely untrue! Your body needs fat to burn fat. Depriving yourself of fat can actually lead to an increase in cravings for other foods, like refined carbohydrates, that actually do lead to weight gain. Coconut oil is nature’s richest source of MCTs that increase metabolic rates and lead to weight loss.

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Using Virgin Coconut oil to condition your hair

Coconut oil is FANTASTIC for your hair! It is a great natural conditioner that can produce that beautiful shine and youthful bounce to your hair. How to do it:

1) Get some Virgin Coconut Oil (make sure it is Virgin Coconut oil), maybe about a teaspoon full to a tablespoon full depending on the length and thickness of your hair. Melt it a little in your hands and apply it all the way through your hair from the roots to the ends. Massage it in gently to your ends and in to your scalp.

2) Get some glad wrap or plastic wrap and wrap your head and hair up in it (the plastic makes your head sweat, and heat helps your hair follicles to expand so the goodness of the oil can penetrate your hair).

3) Wrap a hot towel around the glad wrap. If you are unsure about how to get a hot towel, wet a medium sized towel and put it in the microwave for 40-60 seconds or however long it takes it to heat up. Wrap this around your hair and leave it in for about half an hour. (If the towel wont hold, try getting a hat to hold it all in 🙂

4) When the half an hour is up (roughly, it doesn’t have to be exact!) RINSE the coconut oil out of your hair. Only rinse, don’t shampoo it yet.

5) Leave it overnight, and shampoo your hair in the morning.

Note: You may need to shampoo a few times to get it all out, depending on how much oil you used. If you’re worried about that dreaded oily look, just use less oil and rinse well the night before. It takes me around 2-3 shampoos to get it all out. Bam, you’re ready to go! Enjoy the results! (Click here to download the Goddess Report if you haven’t already)

Using Virgin Coconut oil for your skin

It sounds crazy, but Virgin Coconut oil is the best natural moisturizer in the world. It also actually exfoliates your skin. Moisturize your whole body with it when you get out of the shower. You can also moisturize your face with it. It is absolutely FANTASTIC for preventing skin aging and wrinkles. NOTE: If you have been using some other kind of moisturizer, make sure you ease your skin in to it slowly, as if you have sensitive skin, it may not be used to coconut oil yet, so start off slowly.

Using Virgin Coconut Oil for inner Health and Vibrancy

Needless to say, Coconut oil is fantastic for your inner health, and since outer health and radiance is also a product of what you put IN to your body, start using coconut oil in your cooking. It may taste funny with some dishes, especially very savory dishes. However, if you use it with the right dishes it can taste amazing! Don’t know what to use coconut oil with? Just eat it on its own. I do this, and it’s perfectly fine. You will notice the health benefits of coconut oil pretty soon.

Make sure you buy Virgin Coconut oil beautiful, not just any coconut oil!

Do let me know how you go using coconut oil in your beauty regimen 😉

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The last few weeks I’ve been using coconut oil on days I feel extra girly. It feels amazing! Then drink coconut water.


Hi Renee, I was wondering, would putting the coconut oil in my hair help it or make it too oily? You see, my hair is naturally very oily (like I have been washing it every day and it’s still super healthy, but I’m going to wash it every other day or every two days as by day three it then becomes super greasy looking). Will putting the coconut oil in my hair increase this? Definitely going to try the oil on my skin. I’ve tried to use baby oil, while it has made my skin even softer, it still feels… Read more »


Hello Renee I’ve been using sweet almond oil for nearly two years, I use it on my hair in the bath with conditioner and leave it on my skin over night. However I was concerned weather to leave it I’m my skin over night as I suffer with spots and was unsure weather excess oil would produce more spots. It worked brilliantly at first and repaired the slight marks left on my face from spot scarring. However I seemed to her more white lumps on my face (white heads I think). I’ve stopped using it for a while now although… Read more »


Hi Renee,

Is there a specific brand of virgin coconut oil that you recommend? And where can we buy it? Thanks

Reply to  Rati

I’ve found that Nature’s Way and Dr. Bronner’s are both really excellent and reasonably priced brands. If you’re in the states and have Trader Joe’s where you live, their store brand is also high quality and about half the price of other brands(and coconut oil is honestly very reasonably priced considering all of the awesome things it can do for your body!)


An old trick of them women in my family (apart from using it in your hair) is to rub in an up and down motion coconut oil on your face while keeping the skin tight, for 10 – 15 minutes each night. It actually reduces the size of pores on your face as well as some fine wrinkles and lines. Afterwards, use tissues and press them on your face a couple of times all over. The excess oil will come off and the remaining will moisturize your skin, keeping it soft and smooth. Try it for a week and see… Read more »


i eat coconut flakes as a snack 🙂 if i can get coconut chops, yum! here stores dont have coconut oil 🙁 i go for coconut milk when lots energy needed or body asks for this specific supply. like with avocado, there are tons women repelled by ‘ah it’s so fatty’, gosh, but they slurp on 3000 calory milkshake. i am vegan, so i have health knowledge of diary and meat bad influence too, and scientific proof, but hey, trying to share and i get back ‘nooooo, coconut milk so faaaaat’ :’) besides, coconut is alkaline, so very healthy for… Read more »


I just bought a jar of this and have started using it on my hair and skin. What about eating it? how much? I have fibromyalgia and it seems like I have seen it recommended for that, too. I guess I can google it. My hair is SOOO unshiny, I am hoping the coconut oil will help!


I did a research paper on the benefits of coconut oil and I cannot even begin to tell you of all the wonderful benefits that comes from this oil. I STRONGLY encourage everyone woman to incorporate coconut oil and/or milk into their beauty regime. Coconut oil is one of the few oils that can actually penetrate the hair shaft, producing truly moisturized and lustrous hair. I use it as a weekly deep conditioner or a tad bit on my ends at night. LOVE IT! 🙂


I just started using coconut oil for cooking. Who knew I could use it for my hair, skin…I’m so excited! Thank you Renee!

Reply to  Jasmine

Oh Jasmine 🙂 I can imagine you would be the best cook!


I know! It smells so lovely! It’s a regular part of my beauty regimen now 🙂

Reply to  Renee

Hi, does your hair need to be wet before putting the coconut oil on at first?


This a great post sis! Yes, coconut oil is the BEST. It also smells the nicest out of all the oils. I love using it 🙂

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