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100% Organic Virgin Coconut Oil 500ml for £3.99 at Home Bargains

£3.99 @ Home Bargains
Saw this in home bargains today, not sure if it's the usual price but a good price for 500ml of organic coconut oil. Granted it's not for everyone but it may be useful for someone! Enjoy... Read More
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Saw this in home bargains today, not sure if it's the usual price but a good price for 500ml of organic coconut oil. Granted it's not for everyone but it may be useful for someone! Enjoy...
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1 Like #1
Yep, usual price, works out a bit cheaper than Aldi's 300ml for £2.49
#2
Virgin & cold pressed ?
#3
it is a regular price. great stuff.
2 Likes #4
JellybearXo
Virgin & cold pressed ?

Not for many years now, still in good working order though
2 Likes #5
JellybearXo
Virgin & cold pressed ?
That's PR stunt, these are borrowed terms for olive oils. There are just two main types, natural and refined. Buy the natural one for food.
#6
Thanks
#7
Great for use as a massage oil too
1 Like #8
splender
JellybearXo
Virgin & cold pressed ?
That's PR stunt, these are borrowed terms for olive oils. There are just two main types, natural and refined. Buy the natural one for food.

Nonsense, you want unrefined and cold pressed. They are 2 different terms actually and both are important to have a natural product with all the flavour and nutritional value.
1 Like #9
Teezer
splender
JellybearXo
Virgin & cold pressed ?
That's PR stunt, these are borrowed terms for olive oils. There are just two main types, natural and refined. Buy the natural one for food.
Nonsense, you want unrefined and cold pressed. They are 2 different terms actually and both are important to have a natural product with all the flavour and nutritional value.
unrefined and cold pressed= natural (you said so yourself)
#10
Teezer
splender
JellybearXo
Virgin & cold pressed ?
That's PR stunt, these are borrowed terms for olive oils. There are just two main types, natural and refined. Buy the natural one for food.

Nonsense, you want unrefined and cold pressed. They are 2 different terms actually and both are important to have a natural product with all the flavour and nutritional value.


Absolutely agree. People don't seem to know the difference just comparing the price of different products. Organic and cold pressed all the way , this one is not cold pressed so ok for cosmetic purposes.
#11
99% of the coconut oil sold are actually not organic as they claim. all the countries who commercially grow coconut trees use various fertilizers on them..
#12
cherry_1306
this one is not cold pressed so ok for cosmetic purposes.

Wait, are you saying this is no good to cook my morning pancakes with?
#13
rabbitmoon
cherry_1306
this one is not cold pressed so ok for cosmetic purposes.

Wait, are you saying this is no good to cook my morning pancakes with?


it's still ok and better with the heat than any other vegetable oil but for health purposes cold pressed is the best as it retains the most goodness
#14
cherry_1306
rabbitmoon
cherry_1306
this one is not cold pressed so ok for cosmetic purposes.

Wait, are you saying this is no good to cook my morning pancakes with?


it's still ok and better with the heat than any other vegetable oil but for health purposes cold pressed is the best as it retains the most goodness


It actually has quite a low smoke point unfortunately, from figures I've seen.
#15
OB1
cherry_1306
rabbitmoon
cherry_1306
this one is not cold pressed so ok for cosmetic purposes.

Wait, are you saying this is no good to cook my morning pancakes with?


it's still ok and better with the heat than any other vegetable oil but for health purposes cold pressed is the best as it retains the most goodness


It actually has quite a low smoke point unfortunately, from figures I've seen.


It's the most healthy one
#16
Usual price. I order it by the case (12) online and pick up in store.

I haven't managed to find it cheaper per unit even when buying in bulk online.

We use quite a bit of this stuff in our diet. I love the taste.

Edited By: basicly on Sep 11, 2016 15:04
#17
Use it as a moisturiser, poor quality ones can be a bit bitty
2 Likes #18
Use it for master bation
#19
Been using this one for teeth pulling and moisturising for a few months now and its doing a great job! Teeth are much whiter and ive not broken out in any spots from moisturising with it. It has also cleared up thrush that i had on my privates.


Edited By: Kevo2k7 on Sep 11, 2016 18:40
#20
Is it still considered virgin after you've broken the seal?
#21
This broken seal was not considered a virgin....

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/-mfwLtXVpOg/maxresdefault.jpg
#22
Kevo2k7
Been using this one for teeth pulling and moisturising for a few months now and its doing a great job! Teeth are much whiter and ive not broken out in any spots from moisturising with it. It has also cleared up thrush that i had on my privates.



You put it..... oO
http://www.pincaption.com/media/gallery/original/Oh-God-Why-14412549971292364137.jpg
#23
Brilliant as a lube, excellent butter substitute... ;)

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