Fractionated coconut oil is made by removing the medium chain fatty acids from standard coconut oil to produce a stable and liquid oil at room temperature. To know more about the composition of Fractionated Coconut Oil please read: What is CocoEarth Fractionated Coconut oil? Fractionated coconut oil is used both in the commercial industries as well as for personal household use. Few of the uses and benefits of the fractionated coconut oil are listed below:
- Skin care: Fractionated coconut oil can be used as an after-shower moisturizer. It makes the skin soft. It alo can be used
- Hair care: Fractionated coconut oil can be used as a hair conditioner or it can be applied directly on your hair to make your hair shiny and moisturized.
- Nail care: The regular use of fractionated coconut oil helps to prevent the dry cuticles.
- Massage: Fractionated coconut oil is good for all skin types. It is a fantastic option to use as base oil or carrier for essential oils for a complete body massage.
- Shaving needs: By massaging it with a small amount of fractionated coconut oil, you can prepare the skin for shaving. It makes the skin soft and hydrated and helps to prevent skin irritation and cuts while shaving. For detailed information about shaving with coconut oil, refer to Why and How to use the liquid coconut oil for shaving?
- Antibacterial: Fractionated coconut oil has gentle antibacterial properties, and you can blend it with some essential oils with strong antifungal properties to help facilitate the mending of skin wounds.
- Makeup Remover: The fractionated coconut oil has detergent effect. Applying a few drops of fractionated coconut oil on the Q-tip or facial pad helps to remove the makeup smoothly.
There are several other uses of the fractionated coconut oil. It can also be also used as paint brush cleaner, makeup brush cleaner, crayon remover and more.
Commercially, the fractionated coconut oil is widely used in the preparation of soaps, lotions, ointments, and other cosmetic products.
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