Asked by: Huili Chaferasked in category: General Last Updated: 7th March, 2020
Can you put refined coconut oil on your skin?
Also question is, is Refined coconut oil bad?
At the end of the day, coconut oil, no matter how it's produced or refined, is a saturated fat, and according to the World Health Organization, using unsaturated fats like olive oil or corn oil is preferable to cooking with saturated fats because of an increased risk of cardiovascular disease.
Beside above, which is better refined or unrefined coconut oil? Simply put, refined coconut oil is more processed, resulting in a milder-tasting oil, while unrefined coconut oil endures less processing and has a lower smoke point and deeper coconut flavor. Coconut oil in cooking has become a darling of the health food movement.
Also asked, why coconut oil is bad for your skin?
“This means coconut oil can't penetrate the pores and actually can suffocate your skin and will clog your pores because it sits on top of the skin.” A lot of factors—like pore size and how oily or dry your skin is—also affect how your face will react to comedogenic products.
What do you use refined coconut oil for?
Because of the way Refined Coconut Oil is made, it has a higher smoke point (400 degrees) than Virgin Coconut Oil, making it great for sautéing, stir-frying and baking. Plus, the neutral flavor makes it ideal for recipes where a coconut flavor isn't desired.