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Virgin Coconut Oil (VCOP)

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Virgin Coconut Oil (VCOP)

Postby dino » Sun Jul 20, 2014 7:45 am

Hi, my daughter had serious eczema since she was born. I have tried of many skin products as suggestion by friends and searching over internet. Finally I found this, Virgin Coconut Oil Pure (VCOP) which contain of Fatty acid that is able to act as anti virus, anti bacteria, anti fungus and anti natural parasite characteristics can control a variety of diseases. Virgin coconut oil is capable of strengthening the 'connective' tissue of the skin, it could help the skin from slack and wrinkle. It contains certain elements that are able to restore damaged skin or preventing the skin from contracting a disease too.
My daughter has shown big improvement after using VCOP.
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Re: Virgin Coconut Oil (VCOP)

Postby ElSand » Sun Aug 31, 2014 8:52 pm

I recently tried organic virgin coconut oil for my eczema and it started to clear up after ONE DAY! I tried everything, even phototherapy, but nothing worked. It got so bad that anything I put on my skin burned. Now my face is clear and I sleep through the night. Even the scars on my arms are clearing up. It's only about £2 a jar so give it a try if nothing is working for you. No nasty smells and your skin feels great.
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Re: Virgin Coconut Oil (VCOP)

Postby mattewlaloo » Tue Jan 20, 2015 7:07 pm

I have just posted about this and can confirm that after one week virgin coconut oil has completely cleared my face up and actually feels really nice, it seems to be putting the moisture back in to my skin and staying there. Love it to bits so far, hope it keeps on working and my skin doesn't get used to it!
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