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Product: Spectrum Unrefined Organic Coconut Oil ReviewPrice:  $11.99Cheapest Place to Buy:Amazon.comSize of Container: 15 fl oz/ 443mLMy Rating: 9.5 out of 10

Spectrum Organic Coconut Oil, Product Overview

I’ve been using this Coconut oil for the last 3 months and it’s time to tell you my personal opinion about it.

Spectrum Coconut Oil comes in a 15 fl oz white plastic jar which I find it to big to use it on hair only..so I did an exception and tried it on my skin as well, to use the content before going bad. The Spectrum Organic Coconut Oil is 100% coconut oil, mechanically pressed, unrefined and I think it’s cold-pressed too – it doesn’t say in the label and it has it’s coconut scent, a really pleasant one. It has no preservatives or other nasties. It is certified as non GMO product and has a USDA organic label. It’s origin is Sri Lanka or the Philippines. The oil is in solid state and you can spoon it out of the jar or just run your finger nail over it and get a smaller amount on you. Higher temperatures makes it melt, but that ok. And I like the narrow jar opening, because you can get the oil out super easy and without making a mess. I am going to be walking you through some of my personal “favorite” aspects of the Spectrum Organic Coconut Oil within this review.

I decided to use Coconut oil on the entire body because the packaging is pretty big and I need to use it before going bad. What I did was used it on my hair in 3 different ways, used it as a lotion after every shower I took and I used it on my nails as well. After taking off a nail polish using a nail polish remover, I then massaged the oil into my palms focusing on nails and skin around them.

As well as other natural oils, Coconut oil is a natural conditioner and moisturizer. Unlike other oil it does have some pretty cool features like anti-microbial properties, meaning helping you get rid of dandruff or other minor inflammations and redness your skin have.

Anti-microbial properties comes from Lauric Acid and Capric Acid- and Spectrum Organic Coconut Oil is rich in La

uric Acid: it has roughly 50% of Lauric Acid in it and around 10% of Capric Acid…and 60% in total sounds a good deal to me.

Other wanted ingredients in Spectrum Organic Coconut Oil are Omega 6 and Omega 9 acids, both combined 15%.

So we are at 75% goodness inside!

I’m Using Spectrum Organic Coconut Oil Like This

Since I’m experimenting with different products and different brands, I always use oils (although different brands of oils) in the same way..so I can compare them analytically..

As a mask once a week on dry scalp. I simply massaged a small amount of Oil into my scalp and let it sit overnight. In the morning I washed my hair as I normally would.

As a mask once a week on damp scalp.  I wash my hair, gently towel dry it and massage the Spectrum Organic Coconut Oil into my scalp. I use a pea size chunk for entire scalp. I don’t wash my hair afterwards..just leave it in.

As a mask once a week on my damp hair ends. I put a mini amount, a quarter of a pea size or less, of Spectrum Organic Coconut Oil in my damp ends (after washing), and it worked wonders.

If I would have to choose which one did best out of those three options I would choose massaging it into damp scalp and leaving it on, plus putting some on hair ends.

Spectrum Organic Coconut Oil does not make my hair greasy at all! After I massaging it in on dry scalp I could go out and socialize without a problem..also after putting it on dams scalp no problem at all. I like it because it’s lighter than other oils I used. Coconut Oil doesn’t make your hair as soft and silky as Argan Oil, which is really cool if you have curly or wavy hair, like I do. It doesn’t weighten the hair and it just feels light and airy.

The same goes for using it on skin. Although I’m well off puberty, I still get occasional acne here and there. And this time I got one of those undercover, hidden vulcanos that doesn’t really shows but hurts as hell. Of course I massacre the shit out of it, leaving crater on my face..but the thing is after 3 days the crater was gone and my skin was as good as new. It usually takes me about 2 weeks to get to the redness stage, so yeah..I sworn my loyalty to using Coconut oil for skin care.

Spectrum Organic Coconut Oil is a Go Get It

I didn’t know what to expect from using this oil on my body..well I actually didn’t expect much.. but I must say I was surprised in a very pleasant way. It soothes the skin, get rid of minor imperfections like redness and mini scars tissues left of acne. And the best thing is that your skin breaths..I makes you feel good in your skin – literally.

The same goes for scalp. You really feel the soft, calm feeling of your scalp, it feels right. I like to have my hair a bit more messy and out of control but at the same time smooth and healthy. Spectrum Organic Coconut Oil does that. Hair stay as it is from a styling point of view..but it flows healthy from the roots to the hair ends.

$11.99 seems like a good bargain, specially because this 15 fl oz jar will last for at least 6 months..if you’ll use it for the entire body. Which makes $2/ month for nurturing your skin..crazy right?

The only thing I didn’t like is, that it’s packed in plastic jar. I’d rather see it in glass, but that is personal preference. Other than that I like it. I really really like it. I highly recommend that you get your own Spectrum Organic Coconut Oil. You’ll like it.

I hope you enjoyed this review and if you have any questions about the Spectrum Organic Coconut Oil or want to leave your own personal review, leave a comment below.

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