Friday, June 26, 2015

#lalunenaturals Fractionated Coconut Oil

La Lune Naturals recently sent me a bottle of fractionated coconut oil to try, and share the results with you all. Below you will find a product description provided by the company, as well as my experience with the product and my honest opinion of it.


Incredible Multi-Purpose Carrier Oil Product On The Market! Best Carrier Oil for Massage, Therapeutic Recipes and Essential Oils:
- Great therapeutic benefits
- Excellent on skin; a natural and very safe moisturizer, softener and non-irritant lubricator
- It can be mixed with other carriers and essential Oils - Wonderful balance of saturated fats helps stimulate hair growth
- Fractionated coconut oil is a carrier that never goes rancid

100% Pure Fractionated Coconut Oil:
- Many aromatherapy recipes use coconut oil for the various therapeutic benefits it offers
- It leaves skins smooth with no greasy feeling
- Odorless and colorless. Does not stain and easily washes out of clothing and sheets
- Low production costs make it cost effective
- It does not aggravate skin problems or clog pores

This is a perfect carrier oil. I use it in blends for myself and my family, and as a natural moisturizer for our skin. It's a great product and it's not bringing in any unnecessary chemicals.

Interested in trying this product for yourself? You can find it here!

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