In May 1999, in response to repeated complaints of respiratory, neurological, and other toxic effects following the use of Calvin Klein’s Eternity perfume, the Environmental Health Network of California hired two testing laboratories to identify the ingredients in the perfume.
Coconut oil is one of those foods that seems to have endless uses. One use you may be unaware of is that it’s a fantastic base for coconut oil toothpaste. Often, conventional toothpaste can be full of harmful chemicals and agents and natural toothpastes can be pricey. So, why not switch to coconut oil?
Coconut oil is very popular in a jar, but what about in a squeezable tube? Here are 5 reasons coconut oil in a tube is a game-changer for your needs.
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.