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A message from NaMoDiCo products:

Some may wonder why the NaMoDiCo products have virgin organic coconut oil rather than fractionated coconut oil. It is true that with fractionated coconut oil the products will be able to keep the same consistency in all temperatures. However, when oils are processed they lose some of the properties that make them beneficial.


Coconut oil contains monolaurin (also know as lauric acid), a 12 carbon long fatty acid that is also found in breast milk. This fatty acid has been found to be antibacterial and anti fungal. The fractionation process breaks up this fatty acid in coconut oil in order for it to become liquid (from a saturated fat which is solid and room temperature to a non saturated fat that is liquid at room temperature) thus causing it to lose its antibacterial and anti fungal properties. We believe these properties allow for the deodorant and toothpaste to be extra effective in fighting bacteria that causes foul odor.


It is our belief that the effectiveness of our products trumps their viscosity and textural consistency in different temperatures. Your feedback and support are very important to us. We are making it a point to formulate a product that will vary very little in different temperatures so please look out for future formulations. Thank you for your patience and for following us as we develop into a company you can depend on for your natural beauty products.



Nadine Cook




The Editors of PureHealthMD. How Things Work. The Benefits of Coconut Oil. http://health.howstuffworks.com/wellness/food-nutrition/facts/benefits-of-coconut-oil.htm

Wikipedia. Coconut Oil. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coconut_oil#Fractionation


*All information presented is for educational purposes only and have not been evaluated by the FDA. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any diseases.

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