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Dr Bronner's Fresh-pressed Virgin Coconut Oil White Kernel Unrefined 14 Fl Oz

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Ingredients
Expeller pressed unrefined white kernel virgin coconut oil.

Directions
Tasty and nutritious. Use for medium high heat cooking. No refrigeration required.

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Product Description

Coconut Oil - White Kernel by Dr. Bronner's 14 oz Oil NOTICE International Customers Unfortunately we are not able to ship Dr. Bronner's products internationally. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 13.2 x 6 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0052AIF00
  • UPC: 018787505014 018787505021
  • Item model number: 018787505021
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (162 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,349 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

It is great, smells great, taste great I just love it!
Imari rogers
I love it as hair conditioner or mask, as skin moisturizer, lip balm and there is much more ways to use it.
Nina
I've tried several different brands of organic coconut oil, Dr. Bronner's seems the best out of them.
Max Harry Johnson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

78 of 83 people found the following review helpful By NYFB [Je suis Charlie ET Ahmed] TOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 1, 2013
All other brands can claim whatever they want but I always look for Fair Trade products, something very rare which costs the producer more money to produce the same jar or bag of whatever anywhere outside US. Look around and you will hardly ever find any Fair Trade products. Furthermore, it is a certified KOSHER product where "K" certification is another process which assures a high quality product, other brands are not.

DR. BRONNER
Lauric+Caprylic+Capric Acids=49%
Omega 6 Linoleic Acid=unknown
Omega 9 Oleic Acid=unknown
Temprature=130
Press=cold pressed when contacted no fresh pressed
Refined or Unrefined=unrefined

I use VCO in the mix for my hair, shaving cream, soap, hand lotion, face lotion, body lotion, tooth paste as well as I make popcorn and consume it straight out of the jar for its nutrients. Years ago, I was able to get raw, hand pressed coconut oils from fresh coconuts from Mexico produced right here in US but due to popularity of VCOs, many producers have been creative in making money by misleading shoppers as well as many misleading reviews by shoppers certainly has hyped the business of VCO to another level. Extra Virgin Coconut Oil is a lie since Extra Virgin applies only to olive oil and infact the VCO market has become so saturated that many producers are removing extra from their labeling and calling it virgin coconut oil, no more extra virgin. In Canada where the best VCOs are produced, it is illegal to even use the term, extra virgin for coconut oil but in US the laws are very relaxed. There is no Extra Virgin coconut oil, only virgin, there is no pure, no #1, no 100%, no premium liquid, or any of those terms used for coconut oils.
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69 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Nicole on June 21, 2011
I bought this particular coconut oil at Whole Foods, but I wanted to write a review on here for anyone who is interested in using coconut oil. This brand is very good. It was a bit more solid in the store, due to the fact that it's cooler temperature than my apartment. When it heats up, it melt and is just a clear oil. When I opened the jar, the smell was amazing! I love the smell of coconut. I did a deep conditioning treatment with this for my hair which is a bit dry and damaged, and also very fine. I put a pretty good amount of this and rubbed it through the length of my hair, and also massaged my scalp with it. I left it in for about 2 hours and then washed it out with shampoo and then conditioned as normal. Even as I was washing it out, it felt amazingly soft. I also tried another version of the deep conditioning treatment - I left it in over night and washed and conditioned as normal the next morning. This really packed a punch - my hair was SO soft and silky and VERY shiny, I couldn't believe it was my hair. I couldn't stop touching it all day lol. This is more amazing than any hair product out there. And it's completely natural and inexpensive. And I forgot to mention your hair will smell absolutely yummy while you have it in :)
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39 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Sam on April 10, 2012
My wife purchased this coconut oil to use as a skin moisturizer. She was on a quest for a more natural / organic lotion and was recommended this by a friend. We began using the coconut oil on our children after they bathed and noticed that it left their skin softer and for much longer than the lotions we were using previously (aquaphor, ceraVe, or sebamed). In terms of moisturizing effect, it is on par with these other products as well. Also, our kids also seem to like the coconut oil and put up less fuss after bathing. It's something different and they really like the light coconut scent. It also seems to work well on mild eczema (and does it without the burning sensation). My wife also uses the coconut oil on her face as a lotion. I have used it to moisturize hands and feet.

In terms of application, the coconut oil is a solid at room temperature, but melts quite easily. It gets soft and runny if you place the bottle in the shower as you bathe or upon contact with the skin, making it easy to apply on the body. One thing to keep in mind though is the oil is very greasy and can leave marks on clothing (although the stains seem to wash out). I have found that despite the greasiness, the oils absorb into skin relatively quickly (maybe 15-20 minutes), and when it soaks in, it is really soaked in (meaning you can wash your hands and it does not get greasy again). Still, we tend to use this lotion before bed most often.
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43 of 51 people found the following review helpful By NYFB [Je suis Charlie ET Ahmed] TOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 1, 2013
All other brands can claim whatever they want but I always look for Fair Trade products, something very rare which costs the producer more money to produce the same jar or bag of whatever anywhere outside US. Look around and you will hardly ever find any Fair Trade products. Furthermore, it is a certified KOSHER product where "K" certification is another process which assures a high quality product, other brands are not. This is dark meaning the whole coconut.

DR. BRONNER
Lauric+Caprylic+Capric Acids=49%
Omega 6 Linoleic Acid=unknown
Omega 9 Oleic Acid=unknown
Temprature=130
Press=cold pressed when contacted no fresh pressed
Refined or Unrefined=unrefined

I use VCO in the mix for my hair, shaving cream, soap, hand lotion, face lotion, body lotion, tooth paste as well as I make popcorn and consume it straight out of the jar for its nutrients. Years ago, I was able to get raw, hand pressed coconut oils from fresh coconuts from Mexico produced right here in US but due to popularity of VCOs, many producers have been creative in making money by misleading shoppers as well as many misleading reviews by shoppers certainly has hyped the business of VCO to another level. Extra Virgin Coconut Oil is a lie since Extra Virgin applies only to olive oil and infact the VCO market has become so saturated that many producers are removing extra from their labeling and calling it virgin coconut oil, no more extra virgin. In Canada where the best VCOs are produced, it is illegal to even use the term, extra virgin for coconut oil but in US the laws are very relaxed. There is no Extra Virgin coconut oil, only virgin, there is no pure, no #1, no 100%, no premium liquid, or any of those terms used for coconut oils.
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