1. This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 23 July, 2013.

    MSM Pure & Natural Lotion Coconut Rose

    Our Price:  $1.99

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    1oz    - 1.99
    8 oz    - 12.99 (i.e. 1.99 + 11.00)
    32 oz    - 34.99 (i.e. 1.99 + 33.00)

    All Natural Ingredients:
    Triple UV Treated Deionized Water, Dimethyl Sulfone (10% MSM - Organic Sulfur), Organic Usnea Extract, Organic Calendula Extract, Organic Aloe Vera Extract 200:1, Citricidal (Grapefruit Seed Extract), Manuka Honey, Organic Comfrey Root Extract, Organic Jojoba Oil, Organic Vitamin E, Organic Vitamin C, Coconut Wax (pola wax), Organic Tea Tree Oil, Organic Vitamin A, Shea Butter, Organic Coconut Oil, and Coconut Rose Scent (natural).

    Enriched with natural Vitamins A & E, this ultra-rich formula leaves your skin soft and smooth, and is hypoallergenic.  The natural ingredients in MSM Coconut Rose Lotion helps to restore elasticity to the skin and eliminate dryness and chafing.  MSM helps reduce pain in carpal tunnel syndrome and reduces unsightly scars on the skin.  Coconut Rose MSM Lotion contains no artificial preservatives, alcohols, solvents or lanolin.

    Organic, Extra Virgin, RAW Coconut Oil

    The small molecular structure of coconut oil allows for easy absorption through the skin, giving it a soft, smooth texture.  It makes an ideal ointment for the relief of dry, rough and wrinkled skin.  Psoriasis and eczema suffers often see great improvements in these distressing conditions.


    - Try this luxurious cream for shaving, or apply after shaving to condition and refresh your skin.


    - All of our MSM lotions are hypoallergenic and FREE of cetyl alcohol, artificial preservatives, animal products, methylparaben, and propylparaben.

    Benefits of Organic, Extra Virgin, RAW Coconut Oil

    Our skin is made up of connective tissues.  These tissues give our skin strength and elasticity.  When we are young and healthy the skin is smooth, elastic and supple.  This is the effect of strong connective fibers.  As we age their fibers are continually subjected to free-radical attack which breaks them down.  As a result, connective tissues become hardened and lose both elasticity and strength.  The skin loses its ability to hold itself together and begins to sag and become wrinkled.  Once young, soft and smooth the skin turns dry and leathery.

    Once a free-radical reaction is started it can cause a chain reaction which produces more free radicals, which ultimately damages thousands of molecules.  The only way our body has to fight them is with antioxidants.  When a free radical comes into contact with an antioxidant, the chain reaction is stopped.  For this reason, it is good to have plenty of antioxidants in our cells and tissues to protect us.  The number of antioxidants we have in our tissues is determined to a large extent by the nutrients in our diet.  Having anti-oxidants in skin care products is important, too. Virgin Coconut Oil is especially useful in fighting free-radicals, as it is unrefined and hasn’t been stripped of any of its natural components through the refining process.

    The ideal lotion is one that is made from an oil that not only softens the skin, but protects it against damage, promotes healing and gives it a more youthful, healthy appearance.  Coconut oil fits that description.  Pure Virgin Coconut Oil is the best natural ingredient for skin lotion available. It prevents destructive free-radical formation and provides protection against them.  It can help to keep the skin from developing liver spots, and other blemishes caused by aging and over exposure to sunlight.  It helps to keep connective tissues strong and supple so that the skin doesn’t sag and wrinkle.  In some cases it might even restore damaged or diseased skin.  The oil is absorbed into the skin and into the cell structure of the connective tissues, limiting the damage excessive sun exposure can cause.

    Coconut oil will not only bring temporary relief to the skin, but it will aid in healing and repairing.  It will have lasting benefits, unlike most lotions.  It can help bring back a youthful appearance.  The coconut oil will aid in removing the outer layer of dead skin cells, making the skin smoother. The skin will become more evenly textured with a healthy “shine”.  While doing this the coconut oil will penetrate into the deeper layers of the skin and strengthen the underlying tissues.

    Coconut oil on your hair and scalp

    What coconut oil can do for your skin it can do for your hair.  It is wonderful to use as a hair conditioner.  Beauticians who are familiar with coconut swear by it.  It softens the hair and conditions the scalp.  Using the coconut oil as a pre-wash conditioner can rid a person of dandruff better than a medicated shampoo.

    The protective environment of the skin and how coconut oil helps

    Antiseptic fatty acids in coconut oil help to prevent fungal and bacterial infections in the skin when it is consumed and to some extent, when it is applied directly to the skin.  The only way to gain entry into the body other than through the natural openings, such as the nose and mouth, is by penetrating the skin.  When the skin’s defenses break down, infections can result.  Acne, ringworm, herpes, boils, athlete’s foot, and warts are just some of the infectious conditions that can affect the skin and body.

    The biggest chemical barrier to infectious organisms is the acid layer on the skin.  Healthy skin has a pH of about 5, making it slightly acidic.  Our sweat (containing uric and lactic acids) and body oils promote this acidic environment.  For this reason, sweat and oil do us good.  Harmless bacteria can tolerate the acid and live on the skin, but troublesome bacteria can’t thrive and their numbers are few.

    The oil our bodies produce is called sebum.  Sebum is secreted by oil glands (sebaceous glands) located at the root of every hair as well as other places.  This oil is very important to skin health.  It softens and lubricates the skin and hair and prevents the skin from drying and cracking.  Sebum also contains medium chain fatty acids, in the form of medium chain triglycerides, that can be released to fight harmful germs.

    Our skin is home to many tiny organisms, most of which are harmless;  some are beneficial.  At least one variety of bacterium is essential to the healthy environment on our skin.  It feeds on the sebum, breaking down the tryglycerides into free fatty acids.  The bacteria actually feed on the glycerol part of the triglyceride.  This leaves fatty acids which are now “freed” from the glycerol unit that held them together.  Medium chain fatty acids which are bound to the glycerol unit as they are in coconut oil have no antimicrobial properties.  However, when they are broken apart into free fatty acids, they become powerful antimicrobials.


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