This process leaves the coconut oil in a liquid state even at room temperature. The shelf life is nearly indefinite. It's odorless and colorless and penetrates the skin quickly and completely. Unlike other oils, fractionated coconut oil will not go rancid over time.
My Review: My daughter and daughter-in-law use essential oils and have introduced them to me. I'm now getting hooked on them and trying to learn all I can. My daughter-in-law has mentioned how she likes using Fractionated Coconut Oil as her carrier oil of choice to blend with her EO's. Now I fully understand why.
Fractionated coconut oil is a clear odorless oil. It blends extremely well with essential oils. I like it better than using olive oil, just because there is no color nor odor.
I make my own re-mineralization toothpaste. I've used sunflower oil in the past, but not as happy with it as I would like. I believe it helps yellow the teeth. The Fractionated Coconut Oil by Invivo Essential is colorless so won't yellow teeth. With the recipe I use, this oil helps give the toothpaste a smoother softer consistency.
|It's hard to see the oil in my|
palm because so clear
Fractionated coconut oil is great for massages, blending with essential oils and used in aromatherapy. It is great for skin and hair. I did apply a very small amount to my hair, and the shine was beautiful without my hair looking greasy.
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Pros: Love the fact that this won't go rancid like other carrier oils. It is clear it is odorless. Blends well with everything I've tried it in.
My Rating: A Big Thumbs UP!!!
Disclaimer: I received this gift from the manufacturer for posting this review. I was not required nor compelled to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with FTC 16 CFR, Part 255.