Coconut Oil @ Aldi £2.99 300ml
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Coconut Oil @ Aldi £2.99 300ml

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Found 1st Jan 2015
Looks good to me - 100% Raw. Cold Pressed, Virgin Coconut Oil - in store 7th Jan.
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What exactly can you do with coconut oil?
Apart from leaving in hair over night ...
disneyprincessxo

Apart from leaving in hair over night ...



Click to go through to the deal, there are 5 uses on the picture
pour chocolate over it and make a bounty!!
disneyprincessxo

What exactly can you do with coconut oil?


It's actually really good for Athelete's foot and nail infections, if applied twice daily.
cook with, some actually using on their skin. One of the best selling items of 2015.
Oneday77

It's actually really good for Athelete's foot and nail infections, if … It's actually really good for Athelete's foot and nail infections, if applied twice daily.



​yes great for fungal nail infection. although the nails turns black temporarily first then clear (beats the yellow nails from the nail infection).
Some suggested uses for coconut oil:
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Very good as a sexual lubricant.
ramper777

Very good as a sexual lubricant.



Lurpack works out cheaper
KTC Coconut Oil is £2.25 for 500ml in Tesco's so I don't see why this is a deal.
It's ideal for stir frying because it will take a lot of heat before it starts smoking.

Edited by: "Baldieman64" 1st Jan 2015
Toon_army

Lurpack works out cheaper


I find foreplay to be equally as effective and free.
Toon_army

Lurpack works out cheaper


Yes but at least with this, you don't have that nagging doubt about which butter you used when you're eating your crumpets.
Saro

​yes great for fungal nail infection. although the nails turns black t … ​yes great for fungal nail infection. although the nails turns black temporarily first then clear (beats the yellow nails from the nail infection).



I'm assuming that you have tried this then for a fungal nail infection? My big toenail has had an infection for some time. Can you tell me how you actually used the oil to treat the nail(s) - did you have to try to place the oil underneath the nail (protruding part that you cut) and how long did it take to get rid of the infection? Thank you.
Baldieman64

KTC Coconut Oil is £2.25 for 500ml in Tesco's so I don't see why this is … KTC Coconut Oil is £2.25 for 500ml in Tesco's so I don't see why this is a deal.



Because this is 100% Raw. Cold Pressed, Virgin Coconut Oil

How to use coconut oil:

Treating your nails with coconut oil is quite simple. Cleanse the affected area and pat dry. Apply the oil to the toes and massage into the nail, nail bed, and surrounding skin. Repeat this process twice a day until the fungus has dissipated.

While it may seem unbelievable that such a modest treatment can eliminate such a progressive condition, it really is that simple.

Sophiasky

I'm assuming that you have tried this then for a fungal nail infection? … I'm assuming that you have tried this then for a fungal nail infection? My big toenail has had an infection for some time. Can you tell me how you actually used the oil to treat the nail(s) - did you have to try to place the oil underneath the nail (protruding part that you cut) and how long did it take to get rid of the infection? Thank you.



Edited by: "Dagk" 1st Jan 2015
If you hit 2 of these jars together does it sound like a horse?
dvdvicar

Because this is 100% Raw. Cold Pressed, Virgin Coconut Oil


Have you ever seen the state of split coconuts laid out in the sun prior to milling and oil extraction?
I'll take the boiled and filtered version any day of the week.
We aren't talking olive or rape oil here.
Sophiasky

I'm assuming that you have tried this then for a fungal nail infection? … I'm assuming that you have tried this then for a fungal nail infection? My big toenail has had an infection for some time. Can you tell me how you actually used the oil to treat the nail(s) - did you have to try to place the oil underneath the nail (protruding part that you cut) and how long did it take to get rid of the infection? Thank you.



​I had terrible feet after numerous operations (toxins from general anaesthetic & not having the will to bother with my feet. just bed rest). I was reading up on coconut oil as effective relief for dry skin on my feet. Interestingly enough it also mentioned relief for fungal nail infections.

So I tried it & my dry skin started peeling away from my feet & the coconut oil penetrated deep into my toe nails. I had read the nails would turn black so I covered them up until they were clear again & good as new.

Also great for eczema, psoriasis & general skin care like fighting off wrinkles & premature ageing.

Also I used Vicks vapor rub previously for fungal nail infections it worked well until I stopped when tub finished.

But coconut oil imho worked best & was kinder on my skin.
Thankyou, I for one, really appreciate this deal. My dog has a teaspoon a day of unrefined, raw and compressed coconut oil. It has many many health benefits for him, as well as humans, coconut oil combats a lot of issues with dogs so I am a regular buyer of this stuff.....
Toon_army

Lurpack works out cheaper


Yes, very good for sweating your off your onions.
Feed it to the dog.
Sophiasky

I'm assuming that you have tried this then for a fungal nail infection? … I'm assuming that you have tried this then for a fungal nail infection? My big toenail has had an infection for some time. Can you tell me how you actually used the oil to treat the nail(s) - did you have to try to place the oil underneath the nail (protruding part that you cut) and how long did it take to get rid of the infection? Thank you.



Nice
disneyprincessxo

Apart from leaving in hair over night ...



Healthy alternative for cooking certain things!
Baldieman64

KTC Coconut Oil is £2.25 for 500ml in Tesco's so I don't see why this is … KTC Coconut Oil is £2.25 for 500ml in Tesco's so I don't see why this is a deal.

"RealFoodSource Certified Organic Extra Virgin Cold Pressed Coconut Oil 1 … "RealFoodSource Certified Organic Extra Virgin Cold Pressed Coconut Oil 1 Litre"



I wouldn't compare it to tesco oil, but on Amazon or else you can find almost always 1 litre of coconut oil for £10 which works out the same [mind its in 'ml' not 'kg']

for £9.99
Edited by: "on_line_start" 2nd Jan 2015
This is a great price for virgin coconut oil, you can brush your teeth with it! I use for hair and skin. My baby had cradle cap and used on her, she smelt lovely and it cleared it up great, a lot of people still use olive oil on skin and hair but it's much greasier and doesn't smell great
on_line_start

I wouldn't compare it to tesco oil, but on Amazon or else you can find … I wouldn't compare it to tesco oil, but on Amazon or else you can find almost always 1 litre of coconut oil for £10 which works out the same [mind its in 'ml' not 'kg'] for £9.99


£12.98 with postage
Beware the medicinal claims.
There is a special name for alternative medicines that have been proven to work. We call them "Medicine" - and you don't find them in the food isle.
By definition, "alternative" medicines have either not been proven to work or have been proven not to work.
Edited by: "Baldieman64" 2nd Jan 2015
Baldieman64

KTC Coconut Oil is £2.25 for 500ml in Tesco's so I don't see why this is … KTC Coconut Oil is £2.25 for 500ml in Tesco's so I don't see why this is a deal.It's ideal for stir frying because it will take a lot of heat before it starts smoking.


KTC is far from the quality of organic and virgin coconut oil hence the price.
Fab deal⭐️
mrssf

KTC is far from the quality of organic and virgin coconut oil hence the … KTC is far from the quality of organic and virgin coconut oil hence the price.


What exactly is the difference?
Can you taste this difference?
Are you claiming that KTC's product is blended with "inferior" oils?
There are certainly product ranges where I would admit that KTC isn't the best quality option but this isn't one of them.
I spend a lot of time in the tropics and have yet to see coconut that aren't organic - so that's just a marketing line to fool the credulous.
Edited by: "Baldieman64" 2nd Jan 2015
Toon_army

Lurpack works out cheaper



​butter me up baby!! lol
Baldieman64

What exactly is the difference?Can you taste this difference?Are you … What exactly is the difference?Can you taste this difference?Are you claiming that KTC's product is blended with "inferior" oils?There are certainly product ranges where I would admit that KTC isn't the best quality option but this isn't one of them. I spend a lot of time in the tropics and have yet to see coconut that aren't organic - so that's just a marketing line to fool the credulous.

I think the fact that it's organic and raw denotes that it hasn't been bleached, subjected to harsh chemical processing, extreme levels of heat or deodorised... amongst other things. But if you're happy with the refined version go for it; horses for courses.
I have been using KTC Coconut Oil for years and rate it highly.
Its currently on offer at Sainsburys for £3 for 2 jars of 500ml
link:
Sainsburys
Edited by: "Mr_Mister" 2nd Jan 2015
Good to see this in store heat.
Will this still be in store at this price today? (Sunday)
Still in ours yesterday but who can tell .....
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