Virgin Coconut Oil - Uses for Babies and Mothers

Increase milk supply and add nutrients – Nursing? Increase your milk supply and give your babies a boost of nutrients by adding coconut oil into your diet. A few tablespoons daily may increase your milk supply and add benefits for up to 1-3 days.

Baby’s sick nose – Use as a natural anti-viral and anti-bacterial moisturizer around baby’s nose when sick.

Diaper rash cream – Apply regularly (especially after a bath) for extra moisture and as a natural antibacterial barrier. Coconut oil also is a proven natural treatment for diaper rash and helps save that trip to the doctor’s by cutting healing time in half!

Baby tooth paste – Try using a small amount on baby’s gums for a natural toothpaste.

Hair conditioner – Both Mother and babies can enjoy the super moisturizing benefits of coconut oil. Just wet your hair and distribute through the hair.

Eczema – Coconut oil is perfect for treating skin conditions like eczema because of its deep moisturizing abilities.

Hand, Foot, and Mouth disease – Virgin coconut oil’s anti-viral properties can help HFM disease by applying to sore areas of the mouth and lips.

Mothers – Gently remove your makeup by rubbing coconut oil between your hands and rub away waterproof mascaras, foundations, and makeup!

Dry chapped lips – Use a Q-tip to apply around your lips for a plumper, moisturized pout.

Wrinkles – Coconut oil is effective for treating wrinkles and contains powerful antioxidants.

Cooking – Cook using coconut oil instead of olive or vegetable oil for a healthier meal. Other oils can become toxic and create free radicals when heated at high temperatures.

Baby’s constipation – Lubricate a Q-tip (be careful – only insert slightly!) or rectal thermometer with coconut oil and insert into baby’s bum for constipation relief.

Stretch marks – Rub coconut oil on your pregnant or postpartum belly for relief from itching and as a precaution or treatment for stretch marks.

Teething – Add coconut oil to soothers and teething toys for extra relief.

Thrush – Mothers can put coconut oil onto the nipple to treat baby’s thrush while nursing.

Candida and Yeast – Pregnancy, among so many other things, can cause yeast build up in our bodies. Coconut oil has properties that help destroy the bad bacteria in our bodies.

Bug Bites – Rub coconut oil on bug bites for faster healing and relief.

Flu – Speed up your flu recovery with coconut oil! The lauric acid found in coconut oil can penetrate the protective shell around viruses. Using coconut oil regularly may help prevent virus   infection as well.

Lice – Treat lice with coconut oil and apple cider vinegar using this treatment.

Baby Acne – Rub on red areas for a natural treatment.

Shaving Cream – Try using coconut oil instead of shaving cream. Be careful not to slip because coconut oil is slippery!

Under Eye Treatment - Rub under your eyes nightly for extra moisturizing benefits.

Gestational Diabetes – Coconut Oil may help expecting Mothers to avoid or control gestational diabetes because it balances blood sugar levels..

Healing – when applied on scrapes and cuts, coconut oil forms a thin, chemical layer which protects the wound from outside dust, bacteria and viruses. Coconut oil speeds up the healing process by repairing damaged tissues. Plus, it smells a heck-of-a-lot better than anything from the pharmacy.
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