It is safe to say that it is both, depending on the temperature it is in. Virgin Coconut Oil has a melting point of 76˚F (24˚C) because of the molecular structure of the fatty acids it contains. Simply put, when in cold temperature (below 24˚C), virgin coconut oil solidifies. So it is naturally sold in cold temperature and naturally liquid/oil when in warm temperature.
It is very important to remember that the change in its molecular state (solid or oil) does not reduce its effectiveness and wonderful nutrients. No matter how many times they turn liquid/oil or solid
During warmer climate, store it in room temperature and away from air-conditioned room, if you prefer oil. A cold, air-conditioned room would obviously harden the oil. Keep in the fridge if you prefer solid oil. In cold climate, keep in a warm/heated room. However, it would be harder to keep it in oil state so please remember that you can either melt it or use it in its solid form, which is absolutely glorious to use as well. You would be surprised that a solid virgin coconut oil, when applied onto warm skin would melt immediately upon contact.
Our products have a shelf life of two years. Virgin coconut oil has a longer shelf-life than traditional oils due to naturally-occurring MCTs which help preserve nutrients, antioxidants, flavor and aroma.
Absolutely. We never test on animals. We use natural process in producing our products.
No. we use coconuts that are premium and high quality and that are organically grown. However, being certified involves a long process that involves considerable cost, time and effort. At this stage, we are more concerned at keeping true to the quality and integrity of natural and organic principles. We are happy that we are giving our customers quality, natural products.