I just spoke about a coconut scrub that I love that is great to exfoliate but what about coconut oil to use more gently for just moisture and cleansing on the face or to shave with or to massage – that is where this comes in Kopari Organic Coconut Melt.

You can use it as a hair mask, body moisturizer, makeup remover, dry shave oil, bath boost, under eye rescue, baby butter and/or belly balm for stretch marks!

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I recently used Kopari as a moisturizer for my legs and an undereye makeup remover and I loved it – it is so soft – it makes you feel like you are on a vacation!

Kopari, a premium organic coconut oil-based beauty company in the U.S., blends the best of nature and science to deliver high-performing, naturally derived beauty products for today’s ingredient-savvy and results-oriented consumer. Kopari uses 100% organic coconut oil and is free from sulfates, parabens, silicones and GMOs.

Launched September 2015 in San Diego, Kopari was founded by Hawaiian-born naturalist and certified organic chef Kiana Cabell, third generation beauty experts and industry veterans Bryce and Gigi Goldman, and health entrepreneur and co-founder of Suja Juice, James Brennan. Kopari’s multiple formulations are specialized to enhance coconut oil, both in application and benefits. The brand has utilized research by leading chemists to fully understand the optimal uses and applications of coconut oil in beauty products. Combining all natural ingredients and superior cutting edge technology, Kopari has identified the most effective techniques to enhance the benefits of coconut oil. Lipex Shea Tris, a new shea butter extract, is used to assist in skin soothing, restoring and protecting, while also providing collagen-rebuilding properties. Blends of other natural ingredients such as aloe vera leaf extract, beeswax and cocoa seed butter, also provide increased anti-inflammatory and healing benefits. Finally, Kopari’s organic coconut oil goes through a natural straining process which removes existing natural metals not ideal for use on skin and hair (excluding that found in the Organic Coconut Melt). Kopari’s formulas are sustainably manufactured in Southern California, and are packaged in beautiful, user-friendly, recyclable bottles. Kopari is 100% cruelty-free.

Loves you all over & hydrates from head to toe

Always light & creamy
  • Contains oodles of Vitamin E and proteins to moisturize and protect skin and hair
  • Fatty acids galore to smooth skin and shrink the appearance of those pesky pores
  • Restores moisture back into dry brittle hair, leaving locks silky, shiny, and smooth

I used the Kopari Organic Coconut Melt and hear are some tips on how to use it from their website :  


Start with dry, unwashed hair and coat with Coconut Melt from root to tip. Then toss your hair up in a bun for 40 minutes or sleep on it overnight. Afterward, hop in the shower & shampoo twice and whoa, holy hair hydration.


Scoop out some Coconut Melt and slather your bod from head to toe. For best results, apply on damp skin to lock in moisture.



Swab a little Coconut Melt onto a cotton ball and gently wipe the day away. Removes even the most stubborn makeup while nourishing your skin and lashes.



Say so long to synthetic shaving creams and gels. Massage Coconut Melt onto dry or damp legs to achieve a silky shave and ultra-soft skin.


After a long day, scoop out a generous glob of Coconut Melt and drop it into a hot bath. Let your skin moisture to the max while you sit back and relax. Careful, your tub may be slippery after use.



Lightly dab a bit of Coconut Melt to rescue under eyes and ditch the appearance of dark circles. Remember, a little goes a long way.



There’s nothing better than Coconut Melt for baby skin. Coconut your cutie and massage baby all over.



Rub Coconut Melt all over that beautiful pregnant belly to relieve itching and ward off stretch marks.




Read more at https://www.koparibeauty.com/products/organic-coconut-melt#VVcLHiL0V70gRhZL.99

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