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  • Goat Milk Lotion, post 5
  • Rick Anderson
  • anointedantibacterialantifungalantioxidantsantiviralexfoliateGoat Milk Lotionmoisturizingnatural lotionorganic coconut oil

Goat Milk Lotion, post 5

Goat Milk Lotion, post 5
“But my horn You have exalted like a wild ox; I have been anointed with fresh oil.” –Psalm 92:10

So where do I began to tell the story of organic coconut oil? I will choose here: Have you ever been anointed with fresh oil? Fresh oil would be organic, first pressed, cold pressed, unadulterated, and unrefined. I am not speaking in the spiritual sense here, though the physical. I had an experience this past year that confirmed my every conviction concerning Organic Coconut Oil (OCO). I ended up with a spot on my eyelid that was not going away, rather the opposite, it was growing. I had my husband pray for it and we put organic coconut oil on it. Within 24 hours it was gone! Completely gone and never to return! That was after a month of watching and fretting about it:(.  

scoop of shea butter at bottom of clear glass beaker

So often I am a slow learner. OCO when applying it topically first works externally then penetrates and works internally as well. It is loaded with medium chain fatty acids (MCFA). These are extremely antimicrobial. This was a huge consideration in formulating a natural lotion. It has lauric acid as the primary MCFA. This is the same acid that is in human breast milk and protects our babes from tons of bacteria. It is very antiviral, antifungal, antibacterial and high in antioxidants. Do you see a pattern? I love this stuff.

Shea butter in liquid form in 2 glass beakers and in solid form in one beaker

OCO repairs and protects skin from destructive free radicals. It is very moisturizing and hydrating for dry skin.OCO melts in your hands as well as mouth :). It melts above 78 degrees and solidifies below 78 degrees. This amazing fat gives our lotion that sensation of silk! Who doesn’t want that on your skin? It helps to exfoliate dead skin cells and reveals fresh, youthful cells. You will love this one. OCO helps to prevent liver spots. As we age we can get theses brown spots that happen when free radicals deteriorate the lipids (fats) in our skin when it is over exposed to the sun. Amazing! OCO helps connective tissues stay stronger. This in turn keeps our skin from sagging and wrinkling. If this is not all enough, OCO also heals psoriasis, eczema, dandruff, acne and dry damaged skin. Wow, this is why I chose OCO in our goat milk lotion, goat milk body butter, goat milk lotion bar as well as our goat milk soap. So why not try it today, you will be convinced as well of the miracle God gave us in OCO. Join me next week as we continue the story of organic shea butter in blog post number 6. Until then blessings upon you!

  • Rick Anderson
  • anointedantibacterialantifungalantioxidantsantiviralexfoliateGoat Milk Lotionmoisturizingnatural lotionorganic coconut oil

Comments on this post (9)

  • Oct 20, 2016

    OMG! I ordered the lotion a few days ago and can’t wait till it arrives. Thanks for all the great info.

    — Marge

  • Oct 20, 2016

    I’ve heard great things about it before, but didn’t realize the many more great things! Thanks for sharing! My mom takes it in her cereal every morning, because of the nutrients in it, for her alzheimers. :)

    — Heather

  • Oct 20, 2016

    Again, I have been edified, educated and uplifted. I send my gratitude and love. ‘Thank you’.

    — Debbie Lew

  • Oct 20, 2016

    WOW! I feel like Peter in John 13:9 “Not my feet only, but my hands and head as well!!”
    As I said before, I already loved your lotion… I need to buy a trough so I can just bathe in it! :-)

    — Ronnie

  • Oct 20, 2016

    Thx Heather, I think I need some on my cereal!:)
    Have a great, great day!

    — Kimberlee

  • Oct 20, 2016

    I just don’t like it when I leave out an important word:)
    100% virgin, organic coconut oil:)

    — Kimberlee

  • Oct 20, 2016

    Thank you, sweet sister! Ps
    We use 100%virgin coconut oil
    Enjoy your silk in a bottle:)

    — Kimberlee

  • Oct 20, 2016

    You are very welcome Belinda, it was great chatting with you at the market! Blessings on your business!

    — Kimberlee

  • Oct 20, 2016

    I am glad I stopped by at the farmers market in Richland. My husband and son enjoyed the salt scrubs. I will be testing it on my clients to see if they enjoy it as much as I do. I think it will be a wonderful addition to a massage session. I love it. Thank you for such a wonderful natural product.

    — Belinda

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