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raw orgranic COCONUT OIL extra virgin cold pressed 500ml £4.00 @ Iceland

£4.00 @ Iceland
Coconut Oil 500ml £4 Organic , Extra Virgin, Raw, Cold Pressed iceland (instore and online) Read More
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Coconut Oil 500ml £4

Organic , Extra Virgin,

Raw, Cold Pressed

iceland (instore and online)
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2 Likes #1
can get cheaper but this is hot and a better make <3
4 Likes #2
lindus
can get cheaper but this is hot and a better make <3


Can get cheaper, but I doubt raw organic extra virgin cold pressed 500ml, for that price, hence I thought good idea to share it with people who love coconut oil : )
2 Likes #3
I got some last year from home bargains for 3.99 and was very pleased with that one. Had others from b&m that have been rubbish. I can't comment on this one as never tried this particular one, I thought they were all the same till I tried the b&m one, even though they are supposed to be the same product. I'll try this one, thanks for the heads up :)
2 Likes #4
LeahMinttoutou
I got some last year from home bargains for 3.99 and was very pleased with that one. Had others from b&m that have been rubbish. I can't comment on this one as never tried this particular one, I thought they were all the same till I tried the b&m one, even though they are supposed to be the same product. I'll try this one, thanks for the heads up :)


You are welcome : )
1 Like #5
can get slightly cheaper but only if you have Costco membership and are willing to buy in a much larger jar size. heat from me.
4 Likes #6
£2.49 in Aldi for same spec
1 Like #7
Actually the Aldi ones smaller so voting hot
1 Like #8
Equivalent price for Aldi based on £2.49/300 grammes would be £4.15 for 500 grammes. Aldi might be in more convenient locations.
2 Likes #9
Magister
Equivalent price for Aldi based on £2.49/300 grammes would be £4.15 for 500 grammes. Aldi might be in more convenient locations.


Do you work for Aldi?
#10
Horrid stuff, made my fry up taste like Bounty bars.
#11
Too cheap
2 Likes #12
what do you all do with this stuff ?????
2 Likes #13
cbrpaul
what do you all do with this stuff ?????

Oil pulling of course!
3 Likes #14
cbrpaul
what do you all do with this stuff ?????


Various uses, frying, mouth wash, hair tonic, use it as a lotion, etc... it has various health benefits

Edited By: Xpert_1 on Mar 19, 2017 20:32: Correction
2 Likes #15
Xpert_1
Magister
Equivalent price for Aldi based on £2.49/300 grammes would be £4.15 for 500 grammes. Aldi might be in more convenient locations.
Do you work for Aldi?

...well, he wouldn't admit the higher price @ aldi and would only post "aldi might be in more convenient locations"
I was buying aldi one for ages and was happy that I get the best value for money, I'll try one in Iceland, hot!
I dont't work for aldi either just in case :)
1 Like #16
_hukdealer_
Xpert_1
Magister
Equivalent price for Aldi based on £2.49/300 grammes would be £4.15 for 500 grammes. Aldi might be in more convenient locations.
Do you work for Aldi?

...well, he wouldn't admit the higher price @ aldi and would only post "aldi might be in more convenient locations"
I was buying aldi one for ages and was happy that I get the best value for money, I'll try one in Iceland, hot!
I dont't work for aldi either just in case :)


My point was that this isn't the best deal out there but something worth sharing, as a regular consumer of coconut oil I was pleased to spot this in Iceland and the product quality seems pretty good, hence those who would want a good quality coconut oil for a decent price tag, this is another good option for them : )
1 Like #17
Nice find, heat added :)
#18
happy1973
Nice find, heat added :)


Cheers, I actually bought a few : )
3 Likes #19
Maybe not ??

clicky here

Edited By: cbrpaul on Mar 19, 2017 20:27
#20
cbrpaul
Maybe not ??

clicky here


Thanks for this : )
1 Like #21
cbrpaul
what do you all do with this stuff ?????
Loads. I use it to make omelettes and moisturiser for myself and my babies
#22
LeahMinttoutou
I got some last year from home bargains for 3.99 and was very pleased with that one. Had others from b&m that have been rubbish. I can't comment on this one as never tried this particular one, I thought they were all the same till I tried the b&m one, even though they are supposed to be the same product. I'll try this one, thanks for the heads up :)
The cold pressed 300ml for £2.49 is good in B&m but the other one isn't virgin or cold pressed.
1 Like #23
cbrpaul
what do you all do with this stuff ?????
Cook, make my coffee with it, face and body, hair.
3 Likes #24
cbrpaul
what do you all do with this stuff ?????


I use it for shaving, far better than any foams or gels (and alot cheaper!)
2 Likes #25
ncd
cbrpaul
what do you all do with this stuff ?????
I use it for shaving, far better than any foams or gels (and alot cheaper!)
Me too. Also for my hair.. really good moisturiser :)
3 Likes #26
triops
Horrid stuff, made my fry up taste like Bounty bars.

You've never had coconut oil have you?
#27
dijital
triops
Horrid stuff, made my fry up taste like Bounty bars.

You've never had coconut oil have you?


lol
1 Like #28
I've literally just ran out, last time I bought from holland & Barrett, swear it was stupid price like £15
2 Likes #29
Xpert_1
Magister
Equivalent price for Aldi based on £2.49/300 grammes would be £4.15 for 500 grammes. Aldi might be in more convenient locations.


Do you work for Aldi?


do you work for cold pressed coconut virgins ? You've posted a decent deal, sit back any enjoy the heat. You dont need to defend your own hot deal!
1 Like #30
Good Find OP :) Heat Added x
1 Like #31
triops
Horrid stuff, made my fry up taste like Bounty bars.

Erm...that would be the coconut. :p

I have been having this coconut oil for a few months and it is great value for money.
Thumbs up from me.
banned 1 Like #32
Too cheap! Thanks OP.
#33
dribspak
Xpert_1
Magister
Equivalent price for Aldi based on £2.49/300 grammes would be £4.15 for 500 grammes. Aldi might be in more convenient locations.


Do you work for Aldi?


do you work for cold pressed coconut virgins ? You've posted a decent deal, sit back any enjoy the heat. You dont need to defend your own hot deal!


The answer is no I don't :P
1 Like #34
cbrpaul
Maybe not ??clicky here

They probably also still recommend only 3 eggs a week! A flippant remark, however I believe their advice is out of date with the latest research about (good quality) saturated fats. On my phone so I can't provide links.
#35
dribspak
Xpert_1
Magister
Equivalent price for Aldi based on £2.49/300 grammes would be £4.15 for 500 grammes. Aldi might be in more convenient locations.


Do you work for Aldi?


do you work for cold pressed coconut virgins ? You've posted a decent deal, sit back any enjoy the heat. You dont need to defend your own hot deal!


Have you gone cocoNUTS
#36
Xpert_1
dribspak
Xpert_1
Magister
Equivalent price for Aldi based on £2.49/300 grammes would be £4.15 for 500 grammes. Aldi might be in more convenient locations.


Do you work for Aldi?


do you work for cold pressed coconut virgins ? You've posted a decent deal, sit back any enjoy the heat. You dont need to defend your own hot deal!


Have you gone cocoNUTS


You already answered that post once....you're very defensive, even to the very first comment who was giving a compliment lol
#37
ncd
cbrpaul
what do you all do with this stuff ?????
I use it for shaving, far better than any foams or gels (and alot cheaper!)

On its own or as part of a mixture? Like castor oil and virgin oil mixture that is suggested for shaving.
#38
AstalaVista
ncd
cbrpaul
what do you all do with this stuff ?????
I use it for shaving, far better than any foams or gels (and alot cheaper!)
On its own or as part of a mixture? Like castor oil and virgin oil mixture that is suggested for shaving.
I just use it on its own for shaving.. wet legs.. rub abit of coconut oil all over them (or wherever else your wanting to shave) then go (coco)nuts and shave away :)
#39
AstalaVista
ncd
cbrpaul
what do you all do with this stuff ?????
I use it for shaving, far better than any foams or gels (and alot cheaper!)

On its own or as part of a mixture? Like castor oil and virgin oil mixture that is suggested for shaving.


I just shower as usual, then whilst my face is wet, just get a bit of coconut oil rub in the palm of my hands and then massage into my face and shave. :{
#40
This stuff has more saturated fat than both Lard and Butter. Do not use it all the time!!!! It's the next "fad" healthy food!

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