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Fractionated Coconut Oil Uses
Many, but here's one: Coconut oil is high in saturated fat, which is extremely stable at high temperatures. Frying or cooking with coconut oil is far superior to using traditional vegetable oils because it does not degrade to damaging free radicals.
Usually not: Coconut oil is not used as a deodorant for pap exam. If there's a strong odor, your doctor may have you further worked up for bacterial vaginosis or something else depending on what is found in exam. Also, if you sweat a lot, the body odor in this area can be pronounced. So refrain from wearing tight jeans, panties or anything that doesn't allow for better ventilation. Do wear comfortable underwear.
Can you use organic coconut oil on your hair? And how do you use it? I tried and it made my hair way to oily
Coconut oil: I some cultures coconut oil is used in the hair (massage into hairs) as a conditioner/moisturizer. It will make hairs oily but you need to put in hairs and leave for few hours and then shampoo your hairs.
I don't like smell of coconut oil. But it contains healthier ingredients so how I can use it for healthy living?
There are alternativ: If you don't like it, you are unlikely to stick with it. There are many alternatives that are just as healthy. Some are grape seed oil, peanut oil, and the old standbys, canola oil and extra virgin olive oil. See WEb MD healthy Cooking Oils Buyer's Guide for more information
There is a trend to use coconut oil for cooking and coconut milk for drinks. Could these cause cloresterol problems?
My hair is very dry and volatile, I use coconut oil and a lot of products like ecrinal, bio plus & there is no result and I went to a lot of Drs?
Coconut hair oil: The question to answer first is why?
Coconut oil: Is often combined with other ingredients to make facial masks, moisturizers and hair care products.
Difficult Question: I'm not sure this has ever been looked into.... But I do know that isn't necessarily the intended use of coconut oil. I wouldn't advise it... but I really don't have a solid reason to feel that way other than it just doesn't seem like a good idea. Hope this helps.See 2 more doctor answers
Lubrication: Yes. Of course.Get a more detailed answer ›
Unlikely harmful: While there really isn't an "scientific evidence/studies", it's unlikely that coconut oil will cause any issue unless it's the rare case that your baby's skin may be sensitive to it.See 1 more doctor answer
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