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Old 11-04-2012, 14:25   #1
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Came across this website this morning. It contains some ideas for the use of coconut oil other than eating. It also said to refer to the guest comments for additional uses the guests suggested. I for one really loved the magic shell recipe which I had been looking for to use when the grandkids are here. Enjoy!

52 Uses for Coconut Oil - The Simple, The Strange, and The Downright Odd! - Delicious Obsessions

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My favourites are coconut oil conditioner for the hair, and soap....lovely smell

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This may sound odd to someof you, but if my tattoos are dry and normal lotion won't help, I'll use CO as a skin conditioner. Works really well and makes my color tattoos really stand out.

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This may sound odd to someof you, but if my tattoos are dry and normal lotion won't help, I'll use CO as a skin conditioner. Works really well and makes my color tattoos really stand out.

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It doesn't sound odd at all, historically the Romans and Greeks used Olive oil, and the Polynesians are documented as using Coconut oil on the skin.

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