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Patanjali Coconut Oil Review

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Reviewing Patanjali Coconut Oil today,

Patanjali Coconut Oil Review
Coconut is a very prominent ingredient in most South Indian homes, especially in the coastal regionswhere coconut trees grow in abundance.

Coconut oil is extensively used for everything; cooking, hair care, lip care, skin care, baby massage, post-natal massage, on wounds.

There are coconut oil mills in my home town; hence I get to enjoy the purest form of coconut oil. And I prefer pure coconut oil from the oil mill over any other brand.

Pure Coconut Oil
100% Pure Coconut Oil

Access to oil mill products are not available easily to all, and hence the bottled oil at the departmental store are the next option.

One such bottle of coconut oil is from Patanjali.

Patanjali Coconut Oil as the print of on the package says is 100% pure and is edible too.

Patanjali Coconut Oil

A white bottle with pretty graphics and details is the simplest package of Patanjali Coconut Oil. The bottle has both screwed and flip cap.

The smell of this Patanjali oil is too good. And the aroma can be well enjoyed when applied to skin and hair.
The texture is not too thick at normal room temperature. This oil has few desiccated/grated coconut pieces infused in the oil which you will get to feel while massaging.

coconut oil patanjali
Patanjali Coconut Oil

But the oil turns milky and gets thick during cold weather. This is a real problem as it would not pour down from the bottle.

It nourishes scalp and moisturizes the skin to a great extent when applied. Washing is also easy. It does not take too much of shampoo or soap/bath gels. As for using for cooking, I preferred my good old and most reliable coconut oil from the mill.

patanjali coconut oil comparison
 Left: Patanjali Coconut Oil
Right: Pure Coconut Oil bought from the oil mill

Price: Rs.48 for 100 ml

Pros of Patanjali Coconut Oil:
  • Best for massaging on skin and scalp
  • Nourishes hair roots and is good for dandruff.
  • Moisturizes skin very well.
  • Suitable for cooking.
  • Great fragrance
  • Good texture of the oil
  • Desiccated coconut pieces are present in the oil.
Cons of Patanjali Coconut Oil:
  • Gets thickened when the weather set into winter mode. This is not fit to be packed in a flip cap bottle.
Rating: 4/5

Recommendation: Yes. For the love of the fragrance of the coconut oil, I suggest buying Patanjali Coconut Oil.

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