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July 19, 2013

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I had very oily skin until I reached my 50s. Now my skin is very dry, and I gave up wearing "war paint" long long ago. LOL I do use lipstick for color and moisture, and that's it.

To wash my face, I run very warm water into a thin washcloth, and use it to wash and massage my face, carefully cleaning around my eyes and mouth. Then I apply Biore' Nourish Moisture Lotion which is a very light SPF15 lotion that absorbs quickly into the skin. That's it!

I turned 66-years of age in May, and people at the store are always amazed when I share my age. One elderly lady cracked me up last week when I told her that by saying, "You can't be. You don't have a single wrinkle." I told her, "That's my good old Indian/Gypsy blood." ROFLOL Maybe it is, not sure! But all I have are slight laugh lines on my forehead and the very slight beginning of crow's feet around my eyes. I attribute that to not using "soap" on my face and to applying that Biore' moisturizer for years - well, since it's been in existence.

God bless.

RB
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I have a jar of coconut oil in the cupboard, and it sure does last a long time. Olive oil and coconut oil are both helpful for my dry skin, but last winter I found the coconut oil better for something to put on at bedtime because it seemed to soak in really quickly. Used it every now and then when my hands were awfully chapped - just the tiniest dab of coconut oil in the palm of my hand so it liquified, then rubbing it on my hands and arms like lotion. Didn't sting or burn like EVERY lotion I've ever bought, and made a difference right away.

Hooray for Miss Cindy, a woman after my own heart. I continuously work at de-chemicalizing my life and found coconut oil to be one of my favorite non-petroleum products to use on my skin. As she says, petroleum is one of the major ingredients used in cosmetics today.
Most people don't realize what they are putting on their bodies, and I am happy to know Miss
Cindy and many of your readers are aware and careful to use things like coconut oil.
Thanks for this post.

They say beauty is skin deep but ugly goes all the way to the bone. Do you think Miss Cindy might be able to formulate me a good bone cleanser?

This sounds like a nice natural solution. I am a Ponds cold cream user, but I love to try new things. Thanks!

Tipper,
About the only thing I ever think
about concerning cocoanut is when
I sprinkle shavings on top of an
Oatmeal cake and lightly brown.

As for the facial remedies, I didn't
think younze needed much make-up
anyway, but hair coloring looks
nice if you need it...Ken

Tipper--Like Grandpa Joe, I take a bath once a week whether I need one or not. As a part of that Saturday afternoon ritual, I wash my face with Ivory soap.

Just had to add this, since quite clearly this was a post for your female (and feminine) readers.

Jim Casada

I'm going to give this a try! I have some in my cupboard right now.

Thanks for the advice....I'm going to try this. Love your blog and site; and LOVE the music!

I bought a big jug of coconut oil on sale a year ago and never opened it. I had no idea what it could be used for except for shrimp stir-fry. Now I have 101 reasons to open it. Thanks for sharing!

I have just this summer discovered coconut oil and I love it. In addition to be a good makeup remover I have been mixing a little with my body moisturizer and it works great!

My wife uses coconut oil to deep clean the pores on her face and swears by it. She rubs it in really good and then hovers over steam, with a towel over her head. For years, she has tried many commercial products for achieving this, but none of them work as well as the coconut oil.

You know Tipper, for several years now I've been on a quest to de-chemicalize my life as much as I reasonably can. I read a few books on skin care and came up with some ideas. It was a Rachel Perry book that I found how good Vitamin C and kelp are for your skin.

I love making things. I'm currently working on a moisture cream. I've found a recipe now just have to get the ingredients together.

Also made an un-petroleum jelly that works great and contains no chemicals. Petroleum is a major chemical used in a lot of skin products.

I am trying this one, I have used Extra Virgin Olive oil, both alone and made into a scrub. I'll let you know which I like the best!

Tipper,
Sounds great! I suppose it would keep your skin moisturized as well!
The only problem I would have is keeping the "Coconut Oil" in my bathroom cabinet close to my "Cocoa Butter"! I would crave Mounds candy bars for the rest of the night and the next day! Yummmmmm!
Thanks Tipper and Miss Cindy

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