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Caprylic Capric Triglycerides - This is a liquid oil derived from Coconut Oil. It oil is comprised of short chain fatty acids, and is extremely stable with an almost indefinite shelf life. This can be used in place of fractionated coconut oil in products such as lotions, balms and massage oils. It is a light, penetrating oil, wonderful for your handmade moisturizing products as it doesn't leave that greasy feeling. It is also a great carrier for essential oils.
Please Note: This is slightly different from Fractionated Coconut oil, as it only contains the short chain fatty acids. It can however be used in place of fractionated coconut oil, with a slightly lighter, silkier feel.
Ingredients:Botanical Name: Caprylic/Capric TriglycerideCommon Name: Coconut Oil
I purchased this mostly to play around with making perfume oils (jojoba was my first choice, but it's very expensive). I actually like this better! The oil is thinner, and silky, but mixes well with fragrance oils. In sugar scrubs, I use 3 parts of this to 2 part avocado oil and 1 part organ oil, and I love how it turns out! My hands are soft & smooth, but not greasy.
This is a really wonderful addition to the lotions, it has a velvety texture and leaves skin very moisturised. Love it
This is great in lotions.
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