Coconut-tally Amazing: How Coconut Oil Can Transform Your Skin

Coconut-tally Amazing: How Coconut Oil Can Transform Your Skin

When you think of a coconut what do you picture… besides drinking a pina colada while laying on a beach of course! If you answered soft silky skin – ding, ding, ding you answered correctly! The world has gone crazy over this amazing tropical fruit and for good reason. Coconuts have been used for thousands of years due to their many health benefits and medicinal properties both in and out of the kitchen.

Due to its soft coconut aroma and moisturizing properties, coconut oil has risen in popularity in the past decade especially in the skincare industry.  

Coconut oil has SO much to offer for your skin which is why Bumbee Beauty incorporates it in every product. Below we review some of the benefits we took into account when choosing to incorporate coconut oil -

Moisturizing Dry Skin

Coconut oil is intensely moisturizing! The fatty acids in coconut oil help minimize dryness and allows your skin to retain moisture. It will have your skin feeling smooth and luxurious in no time.


If your skin is sensitive and susceptible to getting red and irritated, coconut oil may be your remedy. This tropical oil has a soothing and calming effect that can help alleviate any discomfort and provide you with some relief!


Coconut oil contains lauric acid which allows it to kill bacteria on the skin and lessen inflammation.


When used regularly coconut oil can minimize the look of fine line and wrinkles. It soaks into your skin and has been shown to increase collagen production making your skin look and feel more youthful!   

Smelling Tropical

Coconut oil smells amazing, its soft tropical aroma is just a bonus on top of all the other great benefits.

With these amazing benefits how could we not add it as a key ingredient to our products! Your skin will be the visible evidence of the powerful benefits that coconut oil has to offer.  

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