Coconut oil has become a beloved ingredient in our beauty routines, but have you considered the ecological price we pay for this tropical delight? From deforestation and pesticide use to the carbon footprint of production, our love for coconut oil has unintended consequences. It’s time to explore sustainable alternatives and choose products that don’t harm our planet. Beauty shouldn’t come at the expense of nature’s freedom.
In this article, we will uncover the different types of coconut oil, where they come from, what they are used in, and what all this means.
Kaizen is the practice of continuous improvement. It’s a way to apply certain rituals to your life which keep you grounded and focused on the meaningful. Each ritual has its own purpose and can be applied in many different ways. I encourage you to make your own and apply them to daily life.
Many natural products, if not properly stored, can lead to spoilage. Here are three tips on how to protect and preserve natural products in summer months.
Professional Surfer Izzy Poulin is one of our favorites. Not only does she have a serious love affair with the ocean, but she’s was one of the first influencers we ever worked with.
We recently had a chance to work with Joy Green of Joyfully Green and it was wonderful to learn about how she cares for herself and her young daughter Kai with Kapuluan Coconut Oil.
Although the efforts to bring knowledge of the benefits of coconut oil have only begun, awareness of coconut as a food and nutritional source is on the rise and advocates of VCO are gaining strength.
Let us get this out of the way first. There are things you probably didn’t know about coconut oil. Not all coconut oil is the same. Not even close.
I’m beyond excited to partner with Kapuluan Coconut as this month’s Music Contributor! And what perfect timing as my b-day is around the corner (Jan. 25th, Aquarians unite!) This special playlist I made for Kapuluan is influenced by all my travels. Not only do I listen to music that’s inspiring, but also relaxing.