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Natural Hair Care



Enjoy Lustrous Hair with Niugini organics Coconut Oil.


Every day, millions of people in the South Pacific, Asia, and Africa treat their long lustrous hair with coconut oil.

Just a teaspoon or two of Niugini organics coconut oil massaged into the hair before washing acts as a pre-shampoo conditioner, leaving the hair soft, smooth and deeply nourished.




Just massage into the scalp and hair and leave for 15 – 30 minutes before shampooing. You will notice the difference the first time you use Niugini organics coconut oil. This is because the oil is easily absorbed onto the hair, adding protein while improving strength and condition. It also helps to condition the skin of the scalp and protects against dryness and dandruff.


You can also use Niugini Organic coconut oil as a conditioner after shampooing, to replace protein and oils stripped out of the hair by the shampoo. After drying your hair, simply rub a very small amount of oil into the palms and then massage into the hair from the tips upwards, and brush or comb through for a healthy lustrous shine that never looks or feels greasy.



Natural Skin Care



Have softer, younger looking skin by switching from artificial skin creams and chemical conditioners to Niugini Organics pure and natural, premium grade coconut oil.


  • 100% organic, cold pressed from fresh coconuts

  • Guaranteed free of added chemicals

  • Unbleached and un-hydrogenated

  • Naturally rich in anti-oxidants to ensure protection and youthful beauty


The long history of oils


Through thousands of years of traditional use, people of the South Pacific Islands have recognised the benefits of the coconut - the 'tree of life' - through hand pressing coconut oil, for use on their hair and skin. 


These natural beauties of the Pacific didn’t have any of the so called “anti aging” creams and latest skin and hair technologies of today. They had only one skin and hair care ingredient available to them: pure natural coconut oil.


Commercial products


All commercial skin creams and moisturisers contain a large amount of water and a little vegetable oil – that’s why they appear to work. The water is absorbed into dry skin cells and pumps them up for a short time, while the oil smoothes and soothes the skin.


Unfortunately, the moisturising effect is very brief because the water soon evaporates or is absorbed into the skin, leaving it as dry and wrinkled as before. Even worse – because the refined vegetable oils found in most skin care products have been stripped of all natural anti-oxidants, they rapidly oxidise and generate large quantities of free radicals that attack skin molecules and may damage skin cells even more.


Natural Antioxidants


Niugini organics coconut oil is so rich in natural antioxidants that you can store it in its natural state, unrefrigerated, for more than a year without any fear of oxidation or the formation free radicals.


By substituting pure virgin coconut oil for expensive skin care lotions, you can soften, smooth and plump up skin cells without the risk of adding free radicals to attack your skin’s healthy cells.


Be Aware of Ingredients!


As Paula Begoun, the modern guru of common sense skin care and author of “Don’t Go To The Cosmetics Counter Without Me”, cautions her readers, the difference in effectiveness between the most expensive and the cheapest skin care and moisturising creams is virtually zero. Even the most expensive are little more than water, glycerine and vegetable oil, prettied up with a little perfume.


So why waste the money on a product that may actually be harming your skin?


Natural Oils of the Skin


Niugini organic coconut oil is closest in structure to your skin’s own natural oils. All commercial polyunsaturated oils (soy bean, sunflower, olive, etc.) are made up of large molecules of fatty acids called long chain fatty acids.Sebum, the natural oil produced by your skin, is a short chain fatty acid made up of smaller molecules. There are only two commercial vegetable oils with the same smaller oil molecules – coconut oil and palm oil.Even more significantly – both your natural sebum skin oil and virgin coconut oil have the same acid balance or pH – around 0.5.


Of course, as we grow older, our skin produces less natural oil or sebum, and the connective tissues in our skin, which provide strength and elasticity, become hardened, and so the skin begins to sag and wrinkle. A process hastened by the presence of free radicals on the skin surface.Because virgin coconut oil has the same pH and molecular structure as your skin’s own oil, it is the closest possible substitute for it to protect and moisturise.


Skin Care Routine


At the same time, coconut oil’s richness in natural anti-oxidants prevents the formation of damaging free radicals which can attack skin molecules and affect the health of skin cells, causing aged and wrinkled skin.Your Daily Niugini Organic Coconut Oil Skin Care Routine


1. Make the switch from commercial skin care treatments that may contain free radicals that damage your skin to natural, gentle Niugini organic coconut oil, one of the planets first and most trusted skin nurturers.

2. Gently massage virgin coconut oil into your face, and your whole body every day after your bath or shower, and apply to the face again at night after you remove your make up.

3. Apply a little Niugini coconut oil to the palms of your hands and gently massage into the face and neck, and you will find it is easily absorbed and non-greasy. (If your face does feel greasy, you are applying too much oil)


Gentle for Sensitive Skin


And here is the extra advantage of Niugini virgin coconut oil – while it is very safe and gentle on the delicate skin of your face, it works extremely effectively on the rough skin of your knees, elbows, heels and feet. Use it as a body lotion as well as a face treatment and your whole body will feel softer and smoother.


Hand Lotion


Niugini Coconut oil is a great hand lotion too. By protecting you from antioxidants, organic coconut oil can help stop the appearance and spreading of brown liver spots on the backs of the hands.



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