Coconut oil’s many healthful benefits include hydration, and antioxidant, anti-bacterial and disinfectant power. But why “fractionated”? This process takes a “fraction” of the oil, making it absolutely saturated so it lasts longer, and concentrating the oil’s natural acids, upping the antioxidant benefits. So, when you use ArtNaturals Fractionated Coconut Oil as an anti-aging skin softener, lip gel, dry feet repairer or hair conditioner, you get the extra wow. Studies on dry skin show that coconut oil can improve the moisture and fat content of the skin. Art Naturals’ Fractionated Coconut Oil is also one of our most popular “carrier” oils, meaning it can be used with our Essential Oils for massage, skincare and aromatherapy.
Fractionated Coconut Oil makes a terrific lightweight moisturizer, makeup remover and gentle aid in smoothing out any skin discolorations. Its rich antioxidants are perfect for hydrating dry and damaged hair, penetrating the hair shaft without leaving greasy residue. (Try adding a few drops to your shampoo or conditioner for added moisturizing benefits!) As a carrier oil, use Art Naturals’ Fractionated Coconut Oil as the base to mix in a few drops of one of our Essential Oils for use on skin, including massage. And don’t forget that its antibacterial properties make it perfect for mixing with Essential Oils as a natural remedy for skin irritations and for gently cleansing minor wounds. What does fractionated mean? In this process, a fraction of the oil is extracted, creating one that is absolutely saturated. This Oil concentrates the natural acids and allows it to last longer.. Our premium Fractionated Coconut Oil has multiple benefits for hair and skin, as it helps moisturize and soften the most sensitive skin. On hair, it helps defend against damaging UV rays. Use as a carrier oil to dilute with aromatherapy essential oils in massage and skincare. This clear, odorless and liquid form of Coconut Oil (Cocoas nucifera); is produced by isolating the medium chain triglycerides (caprylic and capric acids) from the coconut pulp by a process of hydrolysis and steam distillation. This process eliminates the unsaturated fats, leaving a pure, refined product that will always be liquid, regardless of temperature.