- Natural, organic, cold-pressed extra-virgin coconut oil for cooking, baking, skin health, and hair care
- With a naturally high smoke point (350 degrees/177 degrees Celsius)
- Organic coconuts are grown in rich volcanic soils in the Philippines
- Rapidly cold-pressed to lock in freshness, nutrients, flavor, and fragrance
- Perfect for baking, frying and saut‚àö¬©ing
- Makes a luscious lotion or hair conditioner that provides deep, nutrient-rich hydration without feeling sticky or greasy
- Perfect for keto, paleo or gluten-free lifestyle
- Tastier alternative to margarine or cooking oil
- No refrigeration required
- USDA-certified organic
- Chemical free
- Pesticide free
Ingredients Concern: None discovered
Cons: Needs to be kept out of direct sunlight, An allergy to coconuts is rare, however, customers who are allergic to coconuts may experience contact allergic dermatitis to coconut products, Food allergies are due to the inability to digest proteins, such as gluten (found in wheat), casein (found in dairy), protein found in tree nuts, etc., Coconut protein is found in the meat of the coconut, not in the oil, This product contains 100% Extra Virgin Coconut Oil only, No other ingredients are present that would not be suitable for use or consumption
Coconut promotes skin health, including the scalp, and enhances the body's ability to prevent and/or repair UV-induced hair damage [1-4]. Coconut oil supports moisture retention in dry skin including the scalp, especially when it is used topically [1-4]. It also has the ability to target harmful microorganisms that can negatively affect scalp health .
Coconut oil also contains healthy fats that the body can use for energy and these fats also boost overall health [6-9].
Skin and hair health [1-5]; Cooking and baking [6-9]
Coconut oil supports moisture retention on dry, irritated skin (e.g., scalp) and it helps targets skin inflammation [1-4]. In addition, it contains healthy saturated fats that nourish and moisturize the skin and hair. It also contains lauric acid, which has antimicrobial properties .
Coconut oil is made up of medium chain triglycerides (MCTs), which are healthy fats that go straight to the liver, where the body can use them as a quick source of energy or turn them into ketones . MCTs have numerous health-boosting properties including improved cardiovascular health, enhanced weight management, improved cholesterol readings, and heightened brain health [6-9].
Key Ingredients: Organic Extra-Virgin Cold-Pressed Coconut Oil
All Ingredients: Organic Extra-Virgin Cold-Pressed Coconut Oil
Cook up - Sub in for butter and cooking oils up to 350 F (177 C). Add exotic flair to eggs, stir fries, rice and baked goods, or simply use as a spread.
Soften up - Smooth it on from head-to-toe as a decadent, deeply penetrating body moisturizer. Works wonders on rough, cracked elbows and heels.
Shine up - Massage 1 tablespoon into dry hair as a restorative mask. Let sit for 1-2 hours and shampoo for glossy, hydrated locks. Refrigeration is not required.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
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3. Rele AS, Mohile RB. Effect of mineral oil, sunflower oil, and coconut oil on prevention of hair damage. J Cosmet Sci. 2003;54(2):175-92.
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8. Assun√ß√£o ML, Ferreira HS, et al. Effects of dietary coconut oil on the biochemical and anthropometric profiles of women presenting abdominal obesity. Lipids. 2009;44(7):593-601.
9. Reger MA, Henderson ST, et al. Effects of beta-hydroxybutyrate on cognition in memory-impaired adults. Neurobiol Aging. 2004 Mar;25(3):311-4.