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Coconut Oil and Soap For The Shower

Neil’s Coconut Oil and Soap Secrets

I use these two products each day.

Since producing this video, I’ve thought about something that is worth noting. It is the point that skin that sits in moist folds, like under the arms, or other places, may develop an itchy skin condition. In some cases this may benefit from rubbing with Virgin Coconut Oil. Well, that seems obvious from the video. But here comes the less than obvious part.

Any skin repeatedly coming in contact with other skin with a rash actually needs Virgin Coconut Oil rubbed on it too. Let’s take a pleasant example of this. Let’s say your inner leg gets crossed against your other leg while you sit down. For example, behind the knee. Chances are it is worth rubbing Virgin Coconut Oil on both sides of both legs each morning.

Other examples will spring to mind for you.

Now I’m a bit thick sometimes. So for years I’ve had this itch, and it is in a joint, and I’d focused on the part of the skin that is itchy. I hadn’t thought so much about any other skin in the area that was coming in contact with the itchy part! So what I write today is in this case what I learnt this morning.

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Who wrote this short article?

Neil Smith loves to talk about the benefits of Coconut wholefoods.Neil Smith, The Coconut Oil Shop Team

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