Why cold press coconut oil?

What is Cold press?
 

"Cold pressing" is a process to xxtracting oil through cold-pressing involves crushing the seed or nut and forcing out the oil. Presses come in a range of sizes, from small sizes for home use to huge commercial presses. The seeds are dropped inside a cylinder that contains a rotating screw. This screw grinds and crushes the seeds until the oil is extracted. Small holes in the bottom of the cylinder allow the oil to escape into a collection container. Although some heat is generated through friction as the screw breaks down the seeds, it's usually not enough heat to damage the oil.

                                                                    

Cold pressed oils retain all their flavour, aroma, and nutritional value, making these oils great for cooking and skin care requirements. They contain zero grams of trans fatty acids and are naturally cholesterol-free.

It is important to note that both solvent extracted and cold pressed oils can be used in cosmetics and skin care, but only cold pressed will deliver goodness to the skin.

Why "Cold press coconut"?

The cold press process to take fresh coconut flakes at a low temperature and extracting oil between rotating circular presses. it’s one of the best ways to retain coconut oil’s nutritive benefits.  The oil is unrefined and not deodorized, which is why is still has a pleasant coconut scent and taste.

Cold pressed coconut oil differs from centrifuge extracted or expeller-pressed processes, the other two ways to make unrefined oil, therefore cold pressed can be a better value from the other method.

                                                                 

The cold press process to take fresh coconut flakes at a low temperature and extracting oil between rotating circular presses. it’s one of the best ways to retain coconut oil’s nutritive benefits.  The oil is unrefined and not deodorized, which is why is still has a pleasant coconut scent and taste.

Cold pressed coconut oil differs from centrifuge extracted or expeller-pressed processes, the other two ways to make unrefined oil, therefore cold pressed can be a better value from the other method.

                                                             

Use coconut oil in its purest form

Minimally processed coconut oil is almost like taking it straight from the coconut itself. Cold pressing doesn’t involve nutrient-robbing heat or chemicals.  That way, you’ll know you’re getting all the right qualities that make coconut oil such an outstanding all-around beauty product.

Stay healthier

When you use cold pressed coconut oil, some of those nutrients include the medium-chain fatty acids or triglycerides, which have antimicrobial and antibacterial properties that help protect your skin from harmful elements from the environment.

Have it around longer

Cold pressed coconut oil has a longer shelf lifespan than other types of oil.  It can safely stay on your shelf or cabinet (away from sunlight or direct heat) for about two years without going rancid.

Enjoy that great coconut scent

Using unrefined coconut oils will ensure that you’ll have that tropical aroma when you use them.  That’s especially true with cold pressed or centrifuge extracted, as well as expeller pressed.

Cold pressed coconut oil is one of the best ways you can naturally take care of your beauty needs.  With all its wonderful benefits for nourishing and protecting your skin, hair and body, you’ll wonder how you ever got along without it.

                                                           

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