This Powerful Milk Will Work Miracles For Your Hair and Skin

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You’ve probably already heard that coconut oil is great for your skin and hair.

Coconuts are rich in nutrients and minerals, making them very versatile: its water, milk, oil, sugar and “flesh” can all be used in several different ways.

But when it comes to your beauty routine, coconut milk can work wonders.

You’re probably wondering why coconut milk is so good for your hair and skin.

Since it contains fatty acids, coconut milk is a great natural antiseptic and can be used to treat dandruff, moisturize your skin, help heal infections and wounds, cure dry skin and itchiness, and even help smooth wrinkles and other signs of aging.

It also works just as well as coconut oil when it comes to treating damaged hair.

In this video, you are going to learn some of coconut milk’s best benefits.

Now, after learning all of these incredible benefits, you must be wondering how you can make coconut milk at home.

Here’s what you do:


1 cup of grated or minced coconut flesh;
5 cups of hot water;


Boil the water.
Once it starts to boil turn off the heat and add the grated coconut.
Let the water sit for 15 minutes.
Once the time is up blend the mixture and then strain it through a cloth strainer.
If you want your milk to be more concentrated, try again with less water and double the original amount of coconut.
The remainder of the coconut pulp can be used in recipes or even dried in the oven.
Store your coconut milk in a closed bottle in the refrigerator, for up to 3 days.


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