Five celebrities who use Coconut oil
Probably one of the most common things you have heard from your grandmother, ‘Coconut oil is the secret to lustrous hair and flawless skin’. Not only grandmothers, but Hollywood celebrities also rate coconut oil very highly. The multipurpose use of coconut oil is applauded by many celebrities and they have displayed their affection of coconut oil quite publicly.
Remember Emma Stone in the oscar-winning Hollywood blockbuster ‘La La Land’? You might have wondered how she could keep herself so lively and fresh throughout the movie? Of course meticulous makeup is the key, but there is another secret behind this. Emma Stone mentioned in an interview with Vogue that she uses coconut oil and other medium-chain fatty acid regularly, ‘ I am allergic to everything so I just use extra virgin olive oil on my skin because I know it won’t cause a reaction. At night, I take off my makeup with coconut oil.’
Miranda Kerr, the famous model of Victoria’s Secret is also an admirer of coconut oil. In an interview with the Huffington Post she explained, ‘I cook with it, use it in my hair, it’s great to remove makeup … really good for eye makeup if you’ve got sensitive eyes. If you have a burn, like if you’ve burned yourself with a curling iron, you can put a bit of that on there to help. Sometimes I sleep with coconut oil in my hair.”’
Later on during the interview, Kerr explained, ‘I have an exfoliating cream in my line that is good for your face, but sometimes I like to mix it up and get sea salt and coconut oil or olive oil and scrub it all over my body..’
While watching Ironman, you might wonder how Gwyneth Paltrow aka Pepper Potts keeps her skin so shiny? Here is the secret. Paltrow uses coconut oil regularly for moisturizing her skin and for other purposes too. In an interview with Glamour Magazine she shared her affection for coconut oil, ‘“I use coconut oil a lot. I do on my face, on my skin, and in my cooking. And I just started oil pulling, which is when you swish coconut oil around [in your mouth] for 20 minutes, and it’s supposed to be great for oral health and making your teeth white. It’s supposed to clear up your skin, as well.”
The oldest sister of Kadrashians is another big fan of coconut oil. In her hello Magazine blog she explained the secret of her long hair as, ‘Healthy eating, good genes and a great shampoo and conditioner from Rahua. Oh, and coconut oil.” She said, ‘I love using coconut oil on my body.’ Also in Vogue magazine blog, she told how she used coconut oil for her make-up removal. First comes a clarifying mask mixed with a dollop of honey, which “feels a little weird, but is all for a good cause.” Then she prepares a homemade lip scrub—equal parts organic sugar, honey, and coconut oil—while the mask dries.
Probably one of the most celebrated actresses of this time, Angelina Jolie also rates coconut oil highly. Though she has not spoken about it publicly, according to Dailymail UK one of the closest sources revealed, ‘Angelina has been known to start her day with little more than a spoonful of coconut oil and a handful of cereal,”