The core of the Coconut is rich in emollient greases, which when compressed, release a white, sweet, highly-moisturizing oil, which is solid at room temperature but is easy to spread on the skin. Coconut oils persistence helps in the binding and in the emulsion of natural compounds, especially when chemical emulsifiers are not preferred. Usually mixed with other fats, coconut oil is essential, fragrant oil that is often used in sunscreen products. Protects skin from various elements forming a thin non-degradable layer. Coconut oil is useful as oil after sunbathing and as a mean to restore dry, damaged hair. Various agents that are made from coconut oil have good cleansing properties and are known for their gentleness.