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29 Jul, 2010
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Monoi de Tahiti Oils
When considering purchasing Monoi de Tahiti oil, customers should be aware of poor, low quality imitations.
All genuine Monoi oil products should have:
Appellation D'Origine Logo or AO clearly marked on the product
Secondly the concentration of Monoi oil should be clearly visible or noted on any additional information, ie leaflet
Without these two vital pieces of information it will be questionable whether you have purchased a genuine product or a weak, poor grade, fragranced...
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Monoi de Tahiti Oil - Additional Useful Information
A few questions I have been asked about Monoi de Tahiti oil are:Is this product certified organic? Is it cold pressed? Is it "Extra" Virgin? Is this product ethical? All good questions, and I will do my best to answer them, and give you some additional information.Monoi is NOT certified organic, and the oil is made from a single pressing only (Virgin) this is done by a gentle heat extraction.Is Monoi ethical? Coconut Palms grow prolifically around the South Pacific, including French...