From Lotions to Massages With Fractionated Coconut Oil

Disclaimer: I received the following product(s) in exchange for my review. All opinions my own.
Not your regular cold pressed oil, Invivo Essential's Fractionated Coconut Oil gets its name from being a fraction of typical coconut oil pressed from the seed of the Cocos Nucifera palm tree. What it means to be a fraction of the oil, is where almost all of the long-chain triglycerides are removed, leaving mostly medium-chain triglycerides and containing 70% lipids, making it 100% saturated oil, with a
longer shelf life and stability against oxidation. This process is what gives Fractionated Coconut Oil
it's lightweight, fluidness, so it will always stay liquid and clear.

  Fractionated Coconut Oil is very gentle and it has no scent
so it will mix well with other scented products, like essential oils.
This makes it a great base oil for lotions and creams,
and many medical industries use it for message therapy
and medical practitioners. It will even work
in a spray bottle or a roll on applicator!

Some great ways to use Fractionated Coconut Oil are for skin care
as a moisturizer or adding to a nice bubble bath, conditioning
your scalp and hair, making soaps, creams or lotions, and giving
a delicate and nourishing massage. Fractionated Coconut Oil is beneficial to all skin types and won't leave behind an oily sheen
or clog pores. It is non-staining, and it absorbs very quickly,
leaving you with softer skin. You don't need to use a lot of oil,
to see it's benefits quickly working. I used some of it in our
homemade lotion, mixing it will Shea Butter, and essential oils.
It worked perfectly! Fractionated Coconut Oil also makes a great massage, and is amazing for dry winter skin problems!

You can find Invivo Essential Fractionated Coconut Oil available in a 16 fl. oz. bottle, for purchase on Amazon for just $15.88. This is a great deal and it will last a long time!

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