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Virgin Coconut Oil

AYEYA Coconut oil is fermentation extracted by certified Fair for Life fair trade women’s cooperatives in Ghana, West Africa. Fermentation extracting results in a softer, more aromatic coconut oil.

Item Number 112COCONUT
Minimum Order Quantity: 5000 kg / m

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Virgin Coconut Oil

Minimum Order Quantity

5000 kg / m

ABOUT The Product

fair for life logo | Ayèya
Appearance: Semi Solid Oil
Odor: Coconut
Country of Origin: Ghana


This product is produced under safe conditions in compliance with social and environmental rules by authorized suppliers using voluntary labor.

This product is sourced from a country which complies with the Nagoya protocol and is not endangered according to the Access/Benefit Sharing (Biodiversity) regulation.


This product does not contain any animal ingredient. There is no contamination of any animal parts during any stage of production, packing and delivery. The product has never been tested on animals, as it is and has always been strict company policy not to test products on animals in any form.


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Additional information

Use in Cosmetics

AYEYA Virgin coconut oil is very rich in saturated fatty acids with short chains, mainly lauric acid, which provide excellent foaming power to soaps made with this oil. Coconut oil, a semi- solid at room temperature, melts on the skin, penetrates very easily and leaves a soft fragrance. It moisturizes the skin, makes it silky without leaving greasy film, and is excellent to hydrate dry and damaged hair


What is Fair Trade?
All too often farmers and producers in economically disadvantaged countries are exploited and paid absurdly low wages. Fair trade certification means they receive a greater percentage of the price paid by consumers. For example, Ayéya pays 15-25% above market price for shea nuts. Cooperative members also receive a salary more than 3x the average family income in Togo.