Friday, March 4, 2016

Beauty Hack | How to carry coconut oil with you wherever you go!

Ever since June Ambrose put me on to CapriClear coconut oil spray, I've been in heaven.  CapriClear was the answer to the burning question of "how do I carry coconut oil with me when I travel?"  I've successfully integrated CapriClear into my beauty regimen almost on a daily basis.

But, deep down inside, I still wish to have access to a portable version of unrefined, virgin coconut know, the one that turns solid in cooler temps.  CapriClear is fractioned coconut oil. Meaning, it stays in liquid form all year round.   Obviously, this makes a lot of sense (especially in the winter), but I still wondered if there was a convenient way to have virgin coconut oil on hand at all times.
Well, I think I may have found the answer.  I picked up a couple portable salad dressing bottles for this experiment and I think they might be the perfect fit.  These tubes are meant to be on the go so they're specifically designed to keep the contents from spilling.  Because of the flip top, we don't have to worry about constantly twisting off the cap.  This is probably when most mishaps happen.  Once the flip top snaps shut, it seems to be firmly in place.
Today, I gave it a go using virgin coconut oil in a semi-solid form.  The squeezable bottle makes the cream-like oil easy to access.  It was like squeezing toothpaste from a tube.  Best of all, I don't have to touch the contents which means the product inside the bottle stays germ free.

 I haven't tried this method using liquid coconut oil yet, but I suspect it will work just fine since this type of bottle was technically meant to carry liquids.  Plus, the reviewers on Amazon raved about how these bottles warded off leaks even when carried inside a purse.  So basically, we have a portable container that can handle your coconut oil in both liquid and semi-solid form.  What more can you ask for?

If you want to try this for yourself, you can find these nifty salad dressing containers on Amazon.   Or, if you want to use branded bottles, check out a company called CoCoTube  which offers the same bottles but with a cute little logo.

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