As we slip into colder months, the need for a good face moisturizer is absolutely necessary. We’ve all experienced that dry flakey skin that everyone wants to ditch. The solution? Our Coconut Sheer Oil. We specifically created this lightweight beauty oil to favor the face and restore moisture and youth back into dry and sensitive skin. Our Coconut Sheer Oil begins with a base of 100% organic, unrefined coconut oil and is jam-packed with anti-aging properties thanks to our secret sauce, shea butter esters.
Like all of our multitaskers, there are a myriad ways in which to use Coconut Sheer Oil; the ones listed below are just a few of our favorites. This is how you sheer oil.
Featherlight Face Moisturizer
Face the day. Because of its lightweight consistency, Coconut Sheer Oil makes for the ideal daily face moisturizer. Use the dropper to deposit 2-3 drops into your palm, then pat lightly into skin. Because it’s free of parabens and sulfates, it’s perfect for all complexions—especially sensitive types.
Split End Saver
So you’ve waited until the final hour to see your hairdresser? No big. Save split ends by rubbing 1-2 drops of Coconut Sheer Oil between your palms, and then onto the ends of your hair for smooth strands. The key here is using less product than you think you’ll need, and concentrating only on the ends.
Make Foundation Go Further
For when you can’t be bothered to fuss with full coverage foundation but still want to even out your complexion. Mix 1-2 drops of Coconut Sheer Oil with your foundation of choice, and apply as usual. The result? Skin so good, it almost looks airbrushed.
Get Long, Lush Lashes
The proteins and fatty acids in coconut oil are pro when it comes to strengthening hair, and eyelashes are no exception. Swirl 1-2 drops of Coconut Sheer Oil between your thumb and forefinger, then sweep over lashes. We find it’s easiest to do this before bed, or on days when you aren’t planning to wear eye makeup.
Cure Craggy Cuticles
Now that you’ve got Coconut Sheer Oil, there’s no excuse for dry, craggy cuticles. Apply one drop to each nail and massage in, concentrating on the area around your nail bed. If you’ve got an orange stick on hand, you can use it to gently push back your cuticles.