Coconut oil is a wonderful moisturizer for dry skin, but it can be a bit tricky to use. Coconut oil returns to a solid form when it is stored below 76 degrees, and it can get tricky to scoop out a bit of product when it is in its hardened state. Plus, what if you don’t like the smell of coconut? This quick tutorial will show you how to add your choice of fragrance and a light, fluffy texture to the coconut oil making it easier and more enjoyable to use.
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Just watch this short video to see how simple it is to add fragrance and light texture to coconut oil. If you haven’t subscribed to my YouTube channel already, what’s stopping you?! I release creative videos twice a week.
Store the whipped coconut oil below 76 degrees or the oil will begin to melt. But if your oil does happen to melt down, you can always whip it back up again!
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