You’ve probably heard of coconut oil, but have you heard of coconut MCT oil? If you haven’t: you’re in for a treat.
This oil has a wide range of uses and benefits. It's in some of your favorite foods, beauty products, and supplements (you probably just didn't know it!)
What's great about MCT coconut oil is how it can enhance your beauty routine.
Let’s take a look at what makes this oil so special, and some of the beauty care benefits:
What is coconut MCT oil?
MCT stands for medium-chain triglycerides. To put it simply, it's saturated fat and it’s an oil that comes from coconut oil. The difference between coconut oil and MCT oil is the types of fatty chain acids.
Coconut oil contains long-chain fatty acids and medium fatty chain acids. While MCT oil only contains medium-chain fatty acids.
Although MCT oil comes from coconut oil, whole coconut oil only has around 15% of MCT oil. At first glance, you may think it’s just coconut oil. It looks very similar. However, it has a thinner consistency.
Many people enjoy adding MCT oil into their foods to experience the benefits. However, you can also get it in other forms, such as beauty products and supplements.
The truth is: that you can’t go wrong with either of these ingredients. Both types of oil can provide you with several benefits and can be a great addition to your beauty or health routine.
The beauty care benefits
MCT oil contains lauric acid. This is why it's a common ingredient used to help treat certain skin diseases and conditions.
The antimicrobial properties make it great for treating acne-prone skin and irritation. It can also help you maintain a healthier scalp and fight off dandruff caused by fungus.
Natural energy booster
When you feel good, you look good too! Coconut MCT oil is a natural energy booster that will leave you feeling your best.
Some individuals have found that it can improve their endurance in the gym and help with high-intensity exercises.
MCT oil is a product of coconut oil. This means it has hydrating properties, similar to coconut oil, that will leave your skin and hair soft and supple.
MCT coconut oil can help improve the appearance of wrinkles, stretch marks, and fine lines.
Improve gut health
Remember: everything starts in your gut! If you have a happy gut, your skin will thrive. When taken as a supplement, MCT coconut oil acts as a probiotic for your gut. This can help improve your digestion and absorption.
Studies have shown that this oil can help combat irritation on your skin and in your body.
How you can incorporate MCT oil into your routine today
Ready to start experiencing Coconut MCT firsthand? We got you covered. There are two ways you can incorporate it into your daily routine: as a moisturizer or a supplement. Both provide a range of benefits to your skin and overall health.
Our Coconut MCT & Cocoa Dietary Supplement can help enhance your mental focus, improve your energy levels, and give you a source of clean-burning fuel. We recommend taking two capsules a day with a glass of water and see if you notice an improvement!
If you’re looking to experience the hydrating components of MCT oil, you’ll want to give our Coconut MCT Moisturizing Cream a try. We like to call this cream a superfood for your skin. It’s heavy on hydration and will leave your skin visibly softer without leaving a greasy residue. It’s formulated to provide maximum hydration for your face and body. Apply twice a day for best results, your skin will thank you!
If you’re anything like us, you love coconut oil. Coconut oil has always been a must-try beauty ingredient that is sure to deliver hydration. However, if you’re ready to take your love for this hydrating ingredient to the next level, it’s time to switch to coconut MCT. This oil is a must-have for your skin, that your skin deserves to experience.
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