How to Use Coconut Oil For Your Baby

Even your baby can benefit from having coconut oil. Babies have extra sensitive skin, so you need to be really careful with the products you use.

If you like to live a more natural lifestyle, it makes sense that you want your baby to have things that are more natural as well. Here are some different ways to use coconut oil for your baby.

Coconut Oil You Can Use on Babies

The first thing you should know is that there are multiple types of coconut oil to be used on babies. It is important to know about the different types of coconut oil and what is done to get them, so you know which is best for your baby. Here are some different types of coconut oil to look for:

Virgin coconut oil

When the coconut oil is labeled as virgin, it means the oil was extracted from the coconut milk and not the flesh of the dried coconut. This has a nice smell and taste and is safe for your baby.

Pure coconut oil

With pure coconut oil, it comes from the dried flesh of the coconut. There is absolutely nothing added to the oil, so it really is in its purest form.

Organic coconut oil

Organic coconut oil comes from organic coconut palms. These palms are raised in fields with no chemicals used in fertilizing them, which is what makes the coconut oil itself also organic.

Refined coconut oil

With refined coconut oil, they are talking about a deodorization and bleaching process. While this is okay in small quantities, it is not the best option for the delicate skin on babies.

Coconut Oil For Burns, Cuts, and Scrapes

A good way your baby can benefit from coconut oil is by applying it to their skin when they have a rash, burn, cut, or scrape.

This also works for adults, but it is really useful on babies because no additives or chemicals are used in the topical application.

You can apply a small amount of the oil directly to the bug bite, scrape, or burn and it will start healing quickly without burning.

Use it as Baby Oil

Coconut oil can also be simply used as baby oil, replacing the one you have that probably has some additives you don’t want your baby to have.

You just need to warm up the coconut oil and apply it to their skin. This is going to soften their skin and also helps with things like cradle cap and diaper rash.

Enjoy!

 

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