Benefits of  the 
    Coconut Therapy                        Stick
*  Helps rejuvenate skin         and prevent wrinkles

*  Keeps inflammation             and damage under the         eyes (bags) to a                       minimum
* Has Vitamin E that is          essential for healthy            skin growth, repair of          wear and tear on skin          and keeping skin                    smooth and protected
* Has Aloe Vera which            contains antioxidant            and anti-bacterial                  properties. Helps fight        wrinkles and is good            for the skin.   

* Use the Coconut Flakes      to exfoliate. Helps to            remove the oldest skin        cells from the outer              layers of the skin to              keep skin healthier and      fresh.  
*Protects against suns           harmful rays. Great              before and after the              beach, swimming.       
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Comments

  1. Reena on November 24, 2014 at 3:20 PM said:
    So, I guess I'm the first one to take this challenge. Yay! Here it goes... I took about 3 quarters of a table spoon full of the Coconut Therapy Mouthwash and since it's my first time, I'm going to do it for about 5 minutes. I'd love to hear from others on their challenge!
  2. john on November 25, 2014 at 4:33 PM said:
    Well, here it goes. Coconut Therapy just came in the mail and anxious to start using it. Just put a teaspoon in the mouth.....hmmmm. doesnt really taste like coconut. I think ill start for a few minutes just to get the hang of it. Maybe watch some t.v. for a few.
  3. Reena on December 1, 2014 at 5:20 PM said:
    So, I kinda skipped out on some due to the craziness of the holiday. Had a bunch of family, sweets, and Thanksgiving leftovers around! I feel bad for skipping a few days, but now Thanksgiving is over and it's Monday and I'm picking up where I left off :]
  4. Reena on December 8, 2014 at 3:33 PM said:
    Still on this. I'm able to now swish the mouthwash around in my mouth longer than I could before as time goes by. I think I'm getting use to this.
  5. Reena on December 10, 2014 at 12:40 PM said:
    I feel like my teeth are getting alittle stronger. The other day they weren't as sensitive to cold water as they usually have been. Which is totally cool! Don't know if it's completely the coconut therapy mouthwash... but, based off the fact that I haven't changed anything else in my oral care routine, looks like this product was a good buy.
  6. john on December 10, 2014 at 12:44 PM said:
    Coming back from the holidays, I'm taking this a bit more seriously now. Kinda fell of the wagon there for a bit. Going to start making this part of my daily schedule...or at least try. I've gotten back into in the last two days and its all going good. Will give another update in a few days.
  7. john on December 10, 2014 at 12:44 PM said:
    Coming back from the holidays, I'm taking this a bit more seriously now. Kinda fell of the wagon there for a bit. Going to start making this part of my daily schedule...or at least try. I've gotten back into in the last two days and its all going good. Will give another update in a few days.
  8. beatriz on December 15, 2014 at 3:04 PM said:
    Just started this. Friend told me about it. This challenge helps keeps me on track ha! Let's see how well I do. I'm hopeful!
  9. Roxy on March 31, 2015 at 3:39 PM said:
    I'm on day #9 of my 21 day challenge. I've been doing this coconut therapy oil pulling once in the day and once in the night. I do it when I'm doing my morning and night time face regime. I have some steps (cleanser, toner, moisturizer, etc) and throughout the time I am oil pulling. So, you actually can't really tell. It's cool and it works for me. I've noticed that the mouthwash when I scoop it up out of the jar and put it in my mouth, it doesn't taste like coconut oil. I like that!! I didn't want it to, so I'm happy with that. So far, what I've noticed is that my teeth/mouth feel cleaner when I go to bed at night, also when I wake up in the morning. When I used to just brush with "Colgate" or whichever toothpaste I used at night, the next morning my teeth would feel kind of weak. I don't feel like with this product and it has taken that away. Also, another thing is that I brush first and then do the oil pulling. It's cool because even after brushing (you would assume your teeth are clean if you did a good job), when I oil pull for that time period (10/15 minutes), when I spit out the oil from my mouth, it totally extracted more even AFTER brushing. Like I said, I'm on day #9 and I plan to go the whole 21 days. This was just to let you know my results after about 1 week.
  10. Roxy on March 31, 2015 at 3:40 PM said:
    I'm on day #9 of my 21 day challenge. I've been doing this coconut therapy oil pulling once in the day and once in the night. I do it when I'm doing my morning and night time face regime. I have some steps (cleanser, toner, moisturizer, etc) and throughout the time I am oil pulling. So, you actually can't really tell. It's cool and it works for me. I've noticed that the mouthwash when I scoop it up out of the jar and put it in my mouth, it doesn't taste like coconut oil. I like that!! I didn't want it to, so I'm happy with that. So far, what I've noticed is that my teeth/mouth feel cleaner when I go to bed at night, also when I wake up in the morning. When I used to just brush with "Colgate" or whichever toothpaste I used at night, the next morning my teeth would feel kind of weak. I don't feel like with this product and it has taken that away. Also, another thing is that I brush first and then do the oil pulling. It's cool because even after brushing (you would assume your teeth are clean if you did a good job), when I oil pull for that time period (10/15 minutes), when I spit out the oil from my mouth, it totally extracted more even AFTER brushing. Like I said, I'm on day #9 and I plan to go the whole 21 days. This was just to let you know my results after about 1 week.
  11. Roxy on April 2, 2015 at 3:23 PM said:
    I'm not on day #11. Half way there. I feel like the oil pulling has not just become a part of my every day routine which I don't have a problem with. It's easier that way. Now I just do it kinda without thinking like I do all my other steps in the morning when I wake up and night before I sleep. And, I feel like since I've gotten a used to this process, I may even be oil pulling for longer nowadays.
  12. steve on July 9, 2015 at 10:03 PM said:
    Im going to try this again. Ive learned it does it take 21 days to start a habit....and it is hard. but here we go. Bought some more and used it again. Swished it around for about 5 minutes. Nice, mild taste. I can feel it working. Ill eventually spit it out in the trash. Ill check in with you tomorrow.
  13. steve on July 9, 2015 at 10:04 PM said:
    Im going to try this again. Ive learned it does it take 21 days to start a habit....and it is hard. but here we go. Bought some more and used it again. Swished it around for about 5 minutes. Nice, mild taste. I can feel it working. Ill eventually spit it out in the trash. Ill check in with you tomorrow.
  14. steve on July 20, 2015 at 3:55 PM said:
    Have been pretty good at using my Coconut Therapy but no so good on keeping up with entries. Tried something new today. Put some Coconut Therapy in while driving....didnt even notice, went by quickly 15 minutes later i spit it out in cup and then the trash. Great!
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