FRACTIONATED LIQUID COCONUT OIL Skin and Hair Moisturizer

4:41 PM Kathy Roberts 0 Comments







Like my most women, especially my age, I deal with dry hair and skin. I try different products all of the time and let my readers know what I think about them and which ones work the best for me. I'm always conscience about the ingredients in the products I use, I try to avoid harsh chemicals and stick as close to natural as I can. With that being said, I'm pretty excited to tell you about  FRACTIONATED LIQUID COCONUT OIL by Renewalize.

Not all Coconut Oil is the same. Most of them become solid at room temerature and have to be warmed to make them liquid. Not this one. It is fractionated which means that the oil has been extracted and made liquid form through steam distillation that removes long chain triglycerides that causes the oil to turn solid. The fractionated oil is also known as medium chain triglycerides or MCT for short. This fractionating process increases the shelf life from 2 years to 5 years or more.

This fractionated Coconut Oil is sourced from premium coconuts grown in Malaysia. It is not only GMO free, but Hexane free as well.

This Coconut Oil comes in and aluminum bottle  along with a pump to make dispensing easier.This 8 oz. size is perfect for traveling or daily use. It's very important that the container for carrier oil or essential oils is either aluminum or glass because if the oil is in plastic , it can absorb chemicals from the plastic. So, this aluminum bottle is important for your and your family's health.

Because this fractionated Coconut Oil is clear, and odorless it makes a perfect carrier oil for massage oils or for skin and hair health. It can be applied around eyes to minimize wrinkles, not to mention all of your skin. Your skin will thank you.

Great for thermal protection on your hair, simply apply to dry ends and dry or style as usual for a glossy, healthy shine.

You can save 25% when ordering using the code 8SCRY378

I received this product at a discount to facilitate this review.

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