Fractionated Coconut Oil
Versatile and nourishing, our fractionated coconut oil is a must-have for skincare, haircare, and massage.
Discover its endless possibilities today!
Fractionated/Liquid Coconut Oil
As a Moisturizer:
- Get a radiant complexion with fractionated coconut oil. Apply a few drops to your face and massage gently for a non-greasy, dewy look that lasts all day.
As a Makeup Remover:
- Remove makeup and impurities easily with fractionated coconut oil. Apply 2-3 drops to a cotton pad and wipe your face for a fresh, clean feeling.
As a Hair Serum:
- Tame frizz and add shine to your hair with fractionated coconut oil. Simply apply a few drops to the ends of your hair for a salon-worthy look that will boost your confidence.
As a Hair Conditioner:
- Get smooth, shiny, and healthy-looking hair by using fractionated coconut oil as a conditioner. Apply a few drops to your hair and leave it on for 10 minutes before rinsing it out with water.
Q: What is fractionated coconut oil?
A: Fractionated coconut oil is a type of coconut oil that has undergone a process to remove the long-chain triglycerides, leaving behind the medium-chain triglycerides.
Q: What are the benefits of fractionated coconut oil?
A: Fractionated coconut oil is lightweight, non-greasy, and easily absorbed by the skin. It is moisturizing, gentle, and can be used for various purposes such as skincare, haircare, massage, and as a carrier oil for essential oils.
Q: Can fractionated coconut oil be used on the face?
A: Yes, fractionated coconut oil is safe to use on the face. It can be used as a moisturizer, makeup remover, or as a base for DIY skincare products.
Q: Is fractionated coconut oil comedogenic?
A: Fractionated coconut oil is generally considered to be non-comedogenic, meaning it is unlikely to clog pores or cause acne breakouts.
Q: Can fractionated coconut oil be used on the hair?
A: Yes, fractionated coconut oil can be used on the hair to moisturize, condition, and promote healthy hair growth. It can be used as a hair mask, leave-in conditioner, or as an ingredient in homemade hair care products.