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Tropical Traditions-Coconut Oil Giveaway


I have an amazing opportunity for my fans today from Tropical Traditions. The makers of Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil have given me the privilege of offering one of my great fans the chance to win a 32 ounce jar of their Coconut Oil. If you aren't familiar with coconut oil it is a neat product that over the year personally I have used for many things, from cooking to a skin moisturizer whenever my skin is feeling really dry during the winter months. If you want to learn more about all the uses for coconut oil make sure to check out this video or you can check out the information on their website about how to use coconut oil.
I haven't yet gotten to review this product but I am eagerly awaiting the arrival of my product sample :) I have found many recipes that sound really good on their YouTube channel. If you would like to look at some of recipes they have you can check them out HERE. Please make sure to enter on the Rafflecopter below for your chance to win this product. Make sure to stay tuned for my recipes and review in the near future, I will make sure to link to it as soon as it become available. For more information on coconut oil please feel free to visit Tropical Traditions HERE.
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 I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
*Disclaimer:This post is a compensated post but all views are my own and were in no way influenced. Something Like Life is not responsible for shipment of prizes*

Comments

Melanie B said…
Love this oil! I use it a lot in things, and it's awesome instead of any other oils. You can cooks anything in it too. I just used it in the peanut free granola bars :)
Lana said…
Have been using coconut oil for cooking, and moisturizing Great product!
Lana said…
I use coconut oil for cooking and on my skin. I also have used it for oil pulling and is great for teeth and gums. Great product!

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