Centrifuge Extracted Organic Coconut Oil
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Wildly Organic Centrifuged Extracted Coconut Oil is different from most other coconut oils. Made from freshly pressed coconut cream, it passes through a series of centrifuges that separate the oil from the water components of the cream. The result is a pure, isolated oil that is creamy and smooth with a very mild, light coconut aroma and taste. Many feel it is the best extra virgin coconut oil available anywhere and will eat it off the spoon.
- Sri Lanka, Philippines
How Wildly Organic Coconut Oil Is Made – What Makes It Different, and Better!
Our centrifuge-extracted coconut oil is one-of-a-kind. It’s the best unrefined coconut oil for skin and hair health. Here’s our detailed coconut oil extraction method:
First, we press the fresh, white flesh of the coconut to get a coconut cream or milk. After shelling the coconut, it takes less than 45 minutes to produce the cream. This cream is approximately 40% oil. We closely monitor the temperatures of the coconut flesh and the resulting coconut cream emulsion to ensure they do not exceed 120° F.
This coconut cream, with the aid of a series of centrifuges, is separated into its oil and water components. A number of passes through different centrifuges are needed to isolate pure extra virgin coconut oil, but the result is absolutely fabulous!
Lastly, a slight vacuum is placed on the coconut oil to remove any remaining traces of moisture. Once all moisture is removed, the oil is packaged into new food-grade stainless steel drums for shipment to the US. Generally, the raw coconut oil is completely clear like spring water when it’s in a liquid state and pure white when it’s in a solid state.
Centrifuge-extracted extra virgin coconut oil is typically considered one of the highest-quality coconut oils but centrifugation is also one of the most expensive coconut oil extraction methods. There are many brands using the term "extra virgin” for their coconut oil, and although the industry does not recognize that term when applied to coconut oil specifically, our centrifuge-extracted organic coconut oil would be the closest thing to extra virgin organic coconut oil.
Taste Testing vs. Other Coconut Oils
Because of its very mild, light coconut taste, our centrifuge-extracted extra virgin coconut oil consistently rates number one every time as the best unrefined coconut oil for skin, hair, and cooking; however, many believe Wildly Organic Cold-Pressed Virgin Coconut Oil rivals it. The main difference between the two oils is the taste/flavor of the cold-pressed virgin coconut oil — which is generally stronger than the flavor of our centrifuge-extracted coconut oil.
When Should You Use Each Kind of Coconut Oil?
Those who enjoy the flavor of coconuts and like to eat raw coconut oil or add it to desserts for a boost of coconut flavor, generally prefer cold-pressed coconut oil. Those who use coconut oil in a variety of applications and want a milder coconut flavor usually prefer the centrifuge-extracted oil.
The Wildly Organic Coconut Oil Selection Process
In blindfold taste tests with a selected panel, we have now sampled over 50 different extra virgin coconut oils. We initially sold a traditional Philippine virgin coconut oil made by fermentation. Then, we sold a South Pacific virgin coconut oil (DME, direct micro-expeller extracted). We have also sold centrifuge-extracted coconut oils from other sources. Through the years, we have discontinued carrying many of these oils as better quality extra virgin oils were discovered.
Only the Best
It is important to us to know which oils come out the winner in blindfold taste tests. In addition, we look at laboratory analysis data and certificates of analysis on every coconut oil extraction submitted to us. It’s our desire to only carry the highest quality virgin coconut oils, with the longest shelf life available.
Why People Prefer Our Unrefined Coconut Oil for Skin and Hair
This extra virgin coconut oil is excellent to use on your skin and hair! Many people prefer our centrifuge-extracted raw coconut oil for their skin and hair because:
- It’s made from coconut cream
- It has a mild, light aroma – so they smell less like coconut!
- It leaves a smooth and creamy feel on the skin
- It's organic and doesn’t expose their bodies to pesticides, herbicides, or genetically modified ingredients
- It's made at low temperatures and is unrefined, raw, and virgin.
Our customers often use this extra virgin coconut oil with essential oils for skin benefits, and others use it in the shower as a hair conditioner. Give the Wildly Organic coconut oil a try today and get a free online cookbook when you sign up for our email updates.
Please note that coconut oil may arrive in liquid or solid form. Coconut oil has a melting point of 76 degrees Fahrenheit. This is completely normal and okay and does not qualify the product for a return or refund.
Wildly Organic Centrifuge Extracted Extra Virgin Coconut Oil arrives ready-to-use in 14 fluid ounce, 28 fluid ounce, and 64 fluid ounce glass jars with metal lids. 1 gallon and 5 gallon come in plastic pails. Pail openers are highly recommended for easy access.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
Frequently Asked Questions
Wildly Organic’s centrifuge-extracted coconut oil is preferred by many as their go-to unrefined coconut oil for skin, hair, and cooking. Read the FAQs below to learn more!
How Does Extra Virgin Coconut Oil Differ From Regular Coconut Oil?
The coconut oil extraction method is what differentiates extra virgin and regular coconut oils from each other. Extra virgin oil is extracted from the fresh coconut meat using a centrifuge whereas regular coconut oil is extracted using heat or chemical treatment.
Can I Use Raw Coconut Oil on My Face?
Unrefined coconut oil has antibacterial, soothing, and moisturizing properties and can be applied to the face either as a moisturizer or as a cleanser for removing makeup. However, if you have acne-prone skin, it’s generally not recommended as it can clog pores and cause breakouts.
What Is Extra Virgin Coconut Oil Good For?
Extra virgin oils of coconut are an excellent choice of medium-heat cooking oil. They also contain many healing and moisturizing properties, making them suitable for cosmetic purposes such as skincare and hair care as well.
Can We Apply Raw Coconut Oil to Hair?
Yes! Naturally-extracted coconut oil is great for your hair’s health. It’s a natural conditioner that can prevent split ends, dullness, and hair fall due to protein loss. With regular use, your hair may become noticeably lustrous and strong.