Coconut (Fractionated) Carrier Oil

Coconut (Fractionated) Carrier Oil
Botanical Name: Cocos nucifera
Country of Origin: Malaysia

CAS No: 73398-61-5
Flash Point: > 200 degrees C ( ASTM D92)
Boiling Point: > 250 degrees C

Appearance: Clear, Liquid
Odor: Almost Odorless

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A favorite of massage therapists.
Can be used as 100% of the blend.
For a richer blend, mix with jojoba or almond.

Absorbs readily into the skin.
Ideal for facial massage due to its non greasy nature.

Mixed with essential oils for treating bed sores and other ulcers have achieved encouraging results.

Fractionated Coconut is chemically clean & contains few contaminants likely to interfere with healing.

Odorless & does not go rancid making it suitable for blending essential oils for bath, skin & massage products.
Long shelf life.

Note: For dilutions Fractionated coconut is one of the better materials to use.

Caution:
External use ONLY.
Keep away from children and pets.
Store away from heat and lights
No recommended products at the moment.
 
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