Our pure extra virgin coconut oil is nature’s own special moisturizer for skin and hair. Its proven replenishing and conditioning properties bring softer skin from head to toe. This multi-purpose oil can also be used in the kitchen as an outstanding kitchen companion for cooking and baking. It’s cold pressed and 100% pure with subtle aroma and flavor notes.
Cold-Pressed and Hexane Free
Free of Artificial Colors
Free of Preservatives
Frew of Gluten
Made from Fresh Coconuts
Vegan and Vegetarian
Not Tested on Animals (we love them!)
Comes in a 30 oz. Jar
Packed in the USA
Smooth into dry or rough skin areas as needed until absorbed.
Apply weekly to dry hair and scalp, let stand for at least 30 minutes, then shampoo normally.
Rub this light, natural emollient onto skin for a relaxing massage that doesn’t feel greasy.
This nutrient rich oil is an outstanding kitchen companion for cooking and baking. It’s cold pressed and 100% pure with subtle aroma and flavor notes. Fits deliciously with special diets including paleo, vegan, and gluten-free diets.
Cold Pressed Extra Virgin Coconut Oil. Contains Coconut.
We recommend you store the product in a cool place, with the cap tightly closed. Avoid direct sunlight and heat sources.
This oil has a Best By date printed on the bottle that is 3 years after the date of manufacture. See our storage recommendations to maximize quality of the product.
When Coconut oil remains open without the cap, oxidation will occur more quickly. In addition, it will be more likely to become contaminated.
No, this is 100% Pure Extra Virgin Coconut Oil made from fresh coconuts and does not contain added fragrance.
Why is Coconut oil solid at room temperature, and why do you qualify it as an “oil”? It's totally normal for Coconut Oil to be solid at room temperature. In all vegetable oils, fatty acids are major components. We can find fatty acids in Coconut oil too. For this reason, we call it an oil. The way these fatty acids are structured influence the melting point of the oil. Without getting too technical, the longer the chain of fatty acids, the higher melting point. Coconut oil has longer chains of fatty acids than many vegetable oils, so it needs higher temperatures to melt.
Yes, you can heat Coconut Oil to liquefy it or to use for cooking. Coconut oil naturally melts at approximately 76˚ F. Oil will return to solid when cooled. Do not microwave in original container.
No, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil is highly stable and does not require refrigeration. In addition, it would be become quite hard.
Yes, this Extra Virgin Coconut Oil is perfect cooking or baking.
Do not microwave in this container. For external use only. Keep out of reach of children.