Kelly Osbourne has shared a list of the many unusual uses for coconut oil with readers on her blog.
Kelly Osbourne claims coconut oil is a ''gift from the gods''.
The purple-haired star can't get enough of the natural oil extract and took to her blog to extol its virtues in a post listing its many uses.
The 29-year-old presenter shared her top tips for making the most of the product, including applying it as a cheekbone highlighter and a make-up remover, not to mention its appetite-curbing properties when used as a low-calorie cooking oil.
She wrote: ''Ladies, here's an amazing trick. Use the oil to highlight your cheekbones over your makeup. Less is more. A little of it goes a long way! At the end of your day, use the oil to also remove the excess makeup.
''This is an all-in-one GIFT FROM THE GODS! Have you been looking to burn more fat? This curbs your appetite to give you more energy!
''It doesn't stop there. Cook with the damn thing at a high temperature as a healthy alternative to using vegetable or canola oil. Try it. Love it. THANK ME LATERRR!! (sic)''
Kelly is also a fan of coconut oil's more traditional uses when it comes to her home beauty regimen, and slathers it on her skin and hair for extra protection.
The 'Fashion Police' co-host preached: ''Coconut oil is great as a skin protectant to block the suns harmful rays. This is great for people that are outdoors most of the day!
''If you ever had a bad hair day (like most of us) coconut oil is perfect for getting back all of the natural nutrients you need for your dry hair. (sic)''
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