Amazing Suggestions for the use of Coconut Oil

Check out the website for this article and see many, many more uses for Coconut Oil    Delicious Obsessions

Here are just a few – check out the link below for more suggestions!

Eat a spoonful when you need an energy boost.

Use as a styling agent if you have really dry hair. Just rub a tiny bit on your palms and apply to your hair and style as normal.

Use coconut oil instead of shaving cream.

Add to your bath tub for a moisturizing soak (a drop of peppermint oil is wonderful!).
Use as a makeup remover.

Use on your baby’s diaper rash or cradle cap.

Use on cracked or rough heals to help smooth them out.

Massage into your nails and cuticles to help strengthen them.



About Delicious Goodies

Love life, the outdoors, photography, reading, cooking, baking, spending time with family. Just a girl next door in what I call paradise - Southern California. By no means a professional cook, I do enjoy cooking, trying new recipes and sharing with others. I hope you enjoy what you find here! I have one Vegan in the family, so we are always making two meals, rather fun, and it allows us to try new ideas. When I was in Middle School I use to help my Grandmother make cookie canisters - every year at Christmas we would make an assortment of cookies, breads, candy and put them in a wrapped canister and give them as gifts. I still enjoy this idea, although haven't done it that much - at least not an assortment of goodies. I think this year will be the year I go back to that idea and see how everyone likes it. Have a wonderful week, and spread kindness everywhere you go!
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4 Responses to Amazing Suggestions for the use of Coconut Oil

  1. sarahjcummins says:

    Coconut is something we have been using 75% of the time for cooking 25% olive and about 50% of my beauty products have either coconut in them or I’ve added it… I even add into my breakfast smoothie and our dog gets her 1/2 t daily… It’s like her treat and it slimmed her down when she started to gain from being spayed. If I get a sweet tooth I caveat a spoon of coconut butter and be satisfied :))
    Wondering how it will work on our leather furniture? Concerned the dog will start eating my sofa and love seat :/

  2. Hi there! Thank you for sharing this post. I’m glad you found it useful. However, I am writing this to let you know that this post is actually my content and it is taken word-for-word from my website. As you can see, it was originally published on January 19th, 2012:

    I really appreciate you sharing it, but it is not acceptable to take someone else’s post and use it word-for-word on your own website, without permission and without taking the proper steps to ensure that duplicate content issues do not arise. Duplicate content can affect the SEO rankings of both websites. The search engines do not like duplicate content and will end up penalizing both of our sites for this.

    Here is what Google says about duplicate content:

    The only way to make it “legal” for Google is to use Canonicalization. Here is their post on Canonicalization and how to do it:

    If you understand and know how to use the Canonicalization, great! You can do it that way and that will tell Google that I am the originator of that content. However, if you don’t, then I would appreciate you only offering a small snippet or summary of my list and then encouraging people to read more on my site. I’ve worked hard on building my website and content over the years, and do not want my efforts to be affected.

    Also, according to my terms and conditions (found here:, “The content and images on Delicious Obsessions’ website are copyright by the authors, including posts written by people other than those employed by Delicious Obsessions. The authors own and retain that copyright and no part of any post, nor any image contained on this site, shall be used without express, written permission from the author(s).”

    Here is also a post on how to deal with content that has been lifted from your site: As your own blog continues to grow, you will most likely face situations like this as well. On my own site, I deal with my content being lifted several times a month, so I appreciated this article and the tips they provide. I hope you find it helpful too!

    I tried to find a way to email you, but I can’t seem to find a contact form or an email address, which is why I am submitting this as a comment.

    Let me know if you have any questions and I look forward to hearing from you soon!

    Warm Regards,
    Jessica Espinoza
    Founder and Publisher, Delicious Obsessions
    Charter Member and Contributor, Nourished Living Network

    “Real Food. Real Life. Real Delicious.”

    • Hi Jessica – Wow – well, I was given the article by a friend, and I have no problem at all sharing where it comes from and will edit it to link to your web site. I do not claim all of these as my recipes, articles, etc, they are ones I have shared with others after having tasted them, read the article myself, etc., or having them be recommended to me. Will it be ok if I post a link to your site for this? As it was never my intention to claim ownership, I just liked what my friend sent to me.

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