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Fractionated Coconut Oil. Have you heard of it?

Do you know what Fractionated Coconut Oil is? Have you heard of it before? It is a carrier oil to help dilute your essential oils when making blends. Some Essential Oils are too strong and can irritate your skin. So I use the fractionated coconut oil to blend them.

Description

doTERRA Fractionated Coconut Oil is an all-natural 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 without clogging pores and is excellent for dry or 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 colorless, odorless, and will not stain.

Uses

  • Apply topically to hydrate skin without interfering with your perfume or essential oil blends
  • Mix with calming oils and massage into neck and shoulders for deeper relaxation
  • Dilute stronger oils with coconut oil before applying topically to lessen sensitivity

Directions for Use

Use as a light carrier oil for topical applications of therapeutic-grade 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 minimize 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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