Use Coconut Oil to get rid of those annoying dry cuticles

Mara Landis

Blogger, Mother, Founder of Nutmeg Aspirin, Advocate & "Guinea Pig" for feeling-getting-being-better. Mara is a NY State Safe & Healthy Foods Advisory Council Member, an Advisor to Columbia University’s Spirituality Mind Body Institute, and is currently involved in The Vitality Project at Brown University--a research study looking at the effects of Qi Gong on cancer patients post chemo and radiation as well as supporting efforts to bring mindfulness to doctors in training and the students at large. A perpetual student of all aspects of holistic living and passionate about helping others to "feel, get and be better."

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How It Works

Coconut oil has been used for centuries in India to treat all sort of skin inflammation and conditions, even psoriasis! But more importantly it's a great (and affordable) moisturizer that can get rid of dry and cracked cuticles in a matter of seconds.


All you need to do is apply a small amount of coconut oil on your fingernail cuticles once a day - results are guaranteed within minutes.


Hey - an extra tip, apply a small amount of excess oil on your hands as a moisturizer, it's a great nutrient source for your skin and it smells amazing.

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Mara Landis

Blogger, Mother, Founder of Nutmeg Aspirin, Advocate & "Guinea Pig" for feeling-getting-being-better. Mara is a NY State Safe & Healthy Foods Advisory Council Member, an Advisor to Columbia University’s Spirituality Mind Body Institute, and is currently involved in The Vitality Project at Brown University--a research study looking at the effects of Qi Gong on cancer patients post chemo and radiation as well as supporting efforts to bring mindfulness to doctors in training and the students at large. A perpetual student of all aspects of holistic living and passionate about helping others to "feel, get and be better."

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Jade Gardner
By Jade Gardner
90 - Community Member
11 months ago

This is a great tip! Thanks Theo :)