Coconut, Virgin (O)

Coconut, Virgin (O)
Certified Organic NOP 38916 -05

Botanical Name: Cocos Nucifera
Country of Origin: Philippines

Method of Cultivation: Organic
Method of Extraction: Pressing / Filtering
Plant Material Used: the flesh of the coconut palm

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Melting Point (slip): 68 to 83 degrees F
Saponification Number: 248 - 265
Odor: Pleasant Coconut

Uses:
Can be used in the following preparations:
- soaps
- lip balms
- hair moisturizing & conditioning treatment
- skin moisturizer

Or, just by itself, it just melts on contact when applied directly to the skin.

As a side note: This material melts very quickly, especially in the summer months. After it arrives just put in a cool place and it will get solid again. We will pack it in its own baggie .. to prevent spillage.

Shelf life:
If stored in a cool, dry area minimum shelf life is 12 months in unopened containers.

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