At Amazon.com, we not only have a large collection of what is in vegetable oil products, but also a comprehensive set of reviews from our customers. Below we've selected a subset of what is in vegetable oil products and the corresponding reviews to help you do better research, and choose the product that best suits your needs.
"No more propellants!" - By Johanna (Brewster, NY United States)
After reading some poor reviews of the Misto Sprayer, I had to add my opinion/s. My first Misto lasted about 3 to 4 years before the seal or collar wore out. I just replaced it with another; and that, too, is fine. I did not have any of the problems other reviewers had. I really like the idea of being able to spray different oils and not being restricted to whichever can I had on hand. Let's face it -- it is not a spray can propelled by chemicals and will not spray like one. But I would rather pump and mist on some oil than feed my children food laced with propellants. Maintenance is easy. It should be thoroughly washed before its initial use. Thereafter, it does not have to be cleaned often, as it contains only oil (which has a long shelf ... full review
PRODUCT: Very dense, hydrating when diluted with water and used as a hair spritzer for dry hair.
I purchased this product to use on my hair and scalp a few times a week. I have really dry skin and scalp and wanted a moisture sealant. I wash my hair every 3 days, after conditioning my hair I use Sweet Milk Detangler/Leave In Conditioner, then wait for about an hour to air dry/absorb a little. I then put about 1 teaspoon of Glycerin Vegetable solution with 5oz of water, shake it up and spritz it over my hair and ends. When I wake up, my hair is still moisturized from the night before. I also use it in the morning if needed. Love this stuff.
SHIPPING: Excellent shipping, came 2 days early, taped/sealed at the lid, no leakage.
Almond Oil is simply amazing! It has rejuvenated my skin in ways I did not know possible. I love how affordable it is, plus it's all natural so I don't have to worry about any damage to my skin or side effects down the line. A quick dab spread on my face, hands, or feet in the morning keeps me going all day! The only thing better is combining it with coconut oil!
Coconut oil keeps moisture trapped even longer which I love. My skin stays silky without looking for feeling greasy. You can even get the almond and coconut oil in a package together which I do to save time and money- ([[ASIN:B00AJFYEZ8 NOW Foods Sweet Almond Oil - 16 oz. + FREE 100% Cococare Coconut Oil - 4 fl oz]]). It's only a couple bucks more, but mixing them makes the staying power better and obviously spreads ... full review
"Oil Pulling Therapy" - By Nona Baker (Escalon, CA, USA)
Reading this book has convinced me that Oil Pulling is a valid therapy to detox the body and especially if there are issues with the mouth, teeth and gums. I started doing this about a month ago and my arthritis pain is much, much less, my teeth are much whiter (mine have always been a yellow color which made me not want to smile much). I've noticed some changes in and around the stomach area and seem to be digesting foods much better. I've been using Sesame Seed oil which seems to work well. I do it when showering in the morning.
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Dr. Fife recommends coconut oil (he wrote many books on coconut oil), others say any oil will ... full review
I've had mine sine either 1997 or 1998. Thereabout. Right now as I write, I'm frying some fish and the result has always been as it was when I first bought it. I'm looking for a replacement basket because someone, whom I let use my deep fryer for a party, lost my basket. That was 11 years ago. I've been frying without the basket since then and it's the same result. Now I want to get a new basket, not a new fryer. For as long it works, I will continue to use it. So expect me back in 15 years.
"This appears to be a good product. I've heard good things from friends in ..." - By GMA
This appears to be a good product. I've heard good things from friends in regards to the benefits of coconut oil. Since I just started taking this product I can't speak to the benefits yet. So I plan on taking it faithfully and hope for good results. The product was as advertised and shipped quickly. I will most likely buy from this vendor again.
Our puppy loves these little treats! They are small enough to give him a few at a time, but I like to cut them up even smaller and use them for training. They are tiny as is (about the size of a pencil eraser), but can easily be cut into quarters for reward-based training. I will always keep these in stock for him!
"EASY TO USE & OVER OILING PROBLEM FIXED" - By Lochness Monster (SAINT PETERSBURG, FL, US)
I have read all the reviews & yes. I contacted Fellows & Royal they said you could use in a pinch regular vegetable cooking oil, but the main difference is there oil is much more refined & does not in any way smell like vegetable oil. So I decided to buy & see for my self. I did a side by side comparison. The cooking oil is much more brighter,heavier & has a distinctive smell. The Fellows is a much lighter oil. The Vegetable oil will go rancid & you'll start to smell it in time, many people have complained that when oiling the oil come out to fast..Here's the fix don't use a pair of scissors or a utility knife to cut the tip of the cap. Just use either a baby pin or a thumb tack to pierce the tip of the cap & then you can have ... full review
Spinosad (pronounced spin-OH-sid) is a somewhat new organic spray out on the market, brewed from, of all things, a soil bacteria found underneath an abandoned rum distillery in the Caribbean.
Spinosad is extremely effective, yet it's only mildly toxic to humans and birds. I use it to get rid of thrips primarily, but it kills leafminers and spider mites too. It also kills caterpillars for about a month after spraying, so if you're trying to attract butterflies to your garden, don't use this around any plants that caterpillars like to eat.
Spray early in the morning before bees come out, as spinosad spray is toxic to honeybees while wet.
"Used to make fondant." - By Autumn (Pennsylvania)
While it's marketed for skin care this is food grade glycerine, I bought this to make fondant, because my local craft store was no longer carrying Glycerin. I used it a few days ago in a chocolate fondant recipe and it worked just fine, it only called for a table spoon or two so I have plenty left over for next time. IF you couple this item to get free shipping it's one of the best prices I could find that was still from a reputable company, if you're stuck paying for shipping I'd suggest shopping around.