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Fractionated Coconut Oil

23.00

PV: 15.50

Primary Benefits
• Formulated to absorb into the skin, assisting topical delivery, while softening and soothing dry skin.
• Natural emollient to increase essential oil distribution provides a soothing topical barrier without clogging pores.
• Odourless and colourless for easy blending with any essential oil.
• Fractionated Coconut Oil is non-greasy, with a smooth and silky feel that does not stain.
• Feather-light emollient preserves and maintains the oil’s original fragrance and benefits.

Uses
• Dilute cosmetic essential oils with Fractionated Coconut Oil before applying topically to lessen skin sensitivity and increase essential oil distribution.
• Mix with calming oils and massage into neck and shoulders for deeper relaxation.
• Can be used as a natural make-up remover; apply a few drops to a cotton ball and wipe over your makeup.
• Use Fractionated Coconut Oil as an after-shower moisturiser.

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Description

doTERRA Fractionated Coconut Oil is a carrier oil that readily absorbs into the skin, making it an ideal oil for topical delivery. Its feather-light emollient effect provides a soothing barrier and is excellent for troubled skin. It leaves skin feeling silky smooth and non-greasy, unlike other vegetable carrier oils. Fractionated Coconut Oil is completely soluble with all essential oils and is colourless, odourless, and will not stain.

Directions For Use
• Use as a light carrier oil for topical applications of essential oils.
• Dilute one part essential oil to five parts or more of Fractionated Coconut Oil depending on skin sensitivity, or as directed on essential oil label.
• Can also be used to help minimise sensitive skin reactions to essential oils by applying directly to affected area.
• For topical use only.

Cautions
Keep out of reach of children. If you are pregnant, nursing, or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician. Avoid contact with eyes, inner ears, and sensitive areas.

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