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Skincare | A Smith Family breakthrough for soothing their dry skin

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This skincare aisle has both Virgin coconut oil, and other products we make. 

We, the Smith Family, got into Coconut Oil in 2003, because of a family issue with dry skin. The latest “break through” we’ve had in caring for dry skin is the skin stick we created, called the Lano Relief Skin Stick™.

We think it is revolutionary. It is made of oils only, and it is solid.

Lano Relief Skin Stick™ | Lanolin, Manuka, soothes dry skin

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Virgin Coconut Oil is a wonderful all-natural skin moisturiser. Click on the product photos for more detailed information.

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We’re introducing our story about our family’s experience with dry skin.
Every person’s experience is different. But with so many people in our family that suffer from dry skin and related conditions, we thought you might like to know something of our experiences.

We, the Smith Family, got into Coconut Oil in 2003, because of a family issue with dry skin. The latest “break through” we’ve had in caring for dry skin is the skin stick we created, called the Lano Relief Skin Stick™.
We think it is revolutionary. It is made of oils only, and it is solid.
You won’t be paying for water or preservatives, there are none in this stick.

I’d also like you to take look at this short video, which tells you about what Neil uses. It is not the content of the book detailed below. But it is a helpful video for about the products on this page.

Yes there is a cost. We are selling our story. We’re confident we are offering you advice in the story that you’ll be able to use, or pass on to someone who can use it. We know from experience, its one thing to have a great product like Virgin Coconut Oil, its quite another thing to tame our body’s natural tendencies toward inflammation or cracked dry skin, with as much natural treatment as possible.

Make sure you take a look at the report anyway.

Dry Skin: Our Story

Coconut Oil, Dry Skin and Our Experience: A Report

What’s Inside?

One evening we innocently put a woolen helmet on our first child’s head. The next morning there was a rash, and then broken skin and finally an oosing mess.

That was the start of a long journey, which hasn’t stopped yet. But thankfully we’ve learnt a lot along the way, and would like share some of the information with you.

Electronic Document - Our story: a 17 year battle with eczema and dry skin v1.3

This is a digital download will appear on your screen in PDF format, after you have paid for it.

This is what to expect inside the downloadable report

  • Personal observations about the skin benefits of Coconut Oil over time
  • A checklist of things to try as well as Coconut Oil
  • A “secret” or two we’ve learnt along the way to help us out

Here is June Bartlett’s story

I went to Middlemore Hospital for the mother of all skin grafts to close up the massive hole covering most of the top of my foot. And that’s where White Gold Coconut Oil comes in.

Last year I heard about the great all-round benefits of coconut oil and bought a few from you before deciding White Gold was my favourite.

Then on 23 February this year I cut myself ( a small nick in the lower leg) while gardening; no big deal at the time.

Two weeks later I was admitted to North Shore Hospital in excruciating agony with acute osteomyelitis in my right foot and was advised the infection was so widespread through every bone, tendon, piece of flesh in the foot that the odds of having it amputated were very high.

However over the next 8 weeks and 9 surgeries and drainings of the infection in my foot including drilling all the bones to drain it from them too resulted in the infection going (much to the extreme joy and relief of the surgical team, consultants and me!!).

I then went on to Middlemore Hospital for the mother of all skin grafts to close up the massive hole covering most of the top of my foot.

And that’s where White Gold Coconut Oil comes in.

I had no idea what a skin graft would look like and its fair to say I was pretty horrified when a week after it was done the bandages came off to reveal the messiest ugliest thing I’d ever seen.

But it “took” beautifully and has now merged into the rest of my foot remarkably well.

I credit your coconut oil administered both internally and now externally. Only recently have I been actually able to touch the skin graft without fear of further infection. The last two weeks have seen a huge improvement and coconut oil is the only external healing product that has been allowed near it.

Also the donor site on the top right outer thigh healed fully within one week (and it was a BIG piece of skin that was borrowed) and, even though the area is still very red, running may hand over it now there is no way of telling where it starts and finishes without looking. Again White Gold Coconut Oil was magic on that and the only moisturising lotion I used on it both in hospital and once I got home.

So…………… a huge thank you for a truly wonderful product that made a life-threatening and very serious condition so very much easier to heal. I can’t recommend it highly enough.

Now to get rid of the crutches and moonboot!

June Bartlett, Auckland New Zealand

Here is a story about a man who came into Paul Sorse’s shop

My appitite left quickly as he entered – says Bruce Fife.

Paul Sorse  was one of the most remarkable men I have ever met. I’ll always remember the time I was eating lunch in his little shop off Thames St in New Port, Rhode Island [State, USA]. A man came crashing through the front door. “Where is Paul?”, he cried, grimasing in pain, his hands clenching a cloth dripping in blood. My appitite left quickly as he entered.

The shop’s owner, a slightly built, aging Filipino came out of hte back room. “What’s wrong?”

“I had an accident. My lawnmower cut my hand. You’ve got to do something!”

“Come over here.”

Porfirio Pallam Sorse, known as Paul to his friends, took the man behind the ounter and examined the injury… (He had a soft tissue injury to his thumb)…Paul lifted the top of the man’s thumb and put it back in place and wrapped it in gauze, then soaked it in coconut oil.

“Keep the gauze  moist with coconut oil and check back with me in a few days,” Paul instructed. A few weeks later I saw the man again for he was one of Paul’s regular customers. To my astonishment, his thumb had completely healed. There wasn’t even a scar.

From Page 1 of “Coconut Cures”– Preventing and Treating Common Health Problems with Coconut, by Bruce Fife, ND

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