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Extra Virgin Raw Organic Coconut Oil 500ml

Regular price £7.25 On Sale


Our Philippine Coconut Oil has a rich aroma and taste. It is unrefined and cold pressed and is a natural substitute for processed oils and butter. 

  • Monkeys are NOT used to harvest the coconuts
  • # 1 Ethical Best Buy, as voted by the Ethical Consumer Magazine, scoring 18/18
  • No gluten, lactose, cholesterol, additives and non GM
  • Nut and peanut free
  • Perfect for cooking, baking and beauty
  • Use as a hair mask, skin moisturiser & for oil pulling
  • Complement your dog's or pet's diet
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    How to Use

    You can use it to replace all processed oils, butters and margarines.

    Fry with it
    Roast with it
    Bake with it
    Spread it instead of butter
    It is even great for applying to skin and hair as a natural beauty product!

    More Info

    What do I Taste Like?
    Coconut oil varies in taste depending on where the coconuts are grown and how it is produced. Our Coconut Oil is from the Philippines and has a richer aroma and taste.

    Where am I From?
    The coconuts used for this oil are grown in the Philippines in agroforestry (an eco-friendly environment) amongst banana trees. The oil is from single estates and is not blended.

    Why Fair Trade?
    With your help, we’re making a difference to the lives of those who produce our Coconut Oil.
    In the Philippines we’ve helped build two wells, providing clean, safe water; solar panels; and scholarships for children’s education.

    Ethical Best Buy
    Leading ethical and environmental magazine, Ethical Consumer (est. 1989), recently voted Lucy Bee Coconut Oil as the ‘Best Buy’, for coconut oil in the UK market. We came out as the winner for the most ethical coconut oil.


    Our 500ml Coconut Oil is bottled in a recyclable glass jar, which is made from approximately 20% recycled glass and uses an easy peel label.

    The lid is the highest quality available and is BPA free with a liner which is a BPA-Non intent design.


    • Are monkeys used to pick the coconuts?

    Absolutely not.

    Part of our Fair Trade certification guarantees no animal cruelty and you can read more about this on our blog here, including an interview with Winfried Fuchshofen PhD, the director of FairTSA who certifies our Coconut Oil.

    Our producer from the Philippines says “In the Philippines, it is not custom to utilize monkeys or any other animals to collect coconuts from the tree. Harvesting method is either manual (climbing) or using bamboo pole.”

    • Is there mass deforestation in the areas where the coconuts used in your products are grown?

    There is not mass deforestation in the areas where the coconuts are grown which are used in our products. Our producer in the Philippines, confirms, “Unlike Palm Oil - where the forest is totally denuded or burned to make way for the planting of the palm trees, the coconut plantation grows with other crops and does not need the forest or farm to be completely cleared.

    "Also, the harvesting of the coconuts involves the farmer climbing the coconut trees and pick the coconuts that are of mature age.  All parts of the coconut are processed into a particular product and nothing is thrown away.  All are biodegradable and does not affect the environment."

    • Can you deep fry with Lucy Bee Coconut Oil

    Lucy Bee Coconut Oil is unrefined and has a smoke point around 178C, 350F. As such, it is best suited for general frying, roasting or use as a dairy free alternative in baking, rather than deep frying.

    • Is it ok to fry with coconut oil?

    Unrefined coconut oil is a saturated fat and because of this is a stable fat that is non-toxic when heated - it doesn't become a trans-fat or create harmful free radicals.

    It has a smoke point of approx. 178C, 350F and a flash point (the point at which the vapours will ignite) around 315C or 600F degrees.

    Unrefined coconut oil is a good replacement for processed oils when frying, roasting and baking.

    • What is the smoke point of your coconut oil?

    Our unrefined coconut oil has a smoke point of approx. 178C, 350F. The smoke point is the point at which an oil starts to give off a blueish haze.

    Coconut oil is non-toxic when heated because it is a saturated fat (made up of medium-chain fatty acids) which is a more stable fat.

    The smoke point is not to be confused with the flash point, which is the point at which the vapours will ignite. The flash point of coconut oil is 315C, 600F.

    • What is the flash point of your coconut oil?

    Our unrefined coconut oil has a flash point of 315C, 600F.

    The flash point of an oil is the point at which the vapours will ignite.

    This is not to be confused with the smoke point, which is the point at which the oil starts to give off a blueish haze. The smoke point for unrefined coconut oil is approx. 178C, 350F degrees. It is non-toxic when heated because it is a saturated fat (made up of medium-chain fatty acids) which is a more stable fat.

    • Can you use Lucy Bee Coconut Oil as a replacement for butter either as a spread or in cooking?

    Lucy Bee Coconut Oil makes a great dairy free butter replacement. It can be used as a spread, for example in sandwiches, and baking.

    Generally speaking, you’ll notice a slight coconut taste when used as a spread and in cooking the coconut flavour is usually lost – of course, taste is a very personal thing and so this is a guide only!

    • Do I use the same amount of coconut oil as I would butter?

    When replacing butter in a recipe with coconut oil, you only need 3/4s of the amount stated ie. for every 100g of butter, use 75g of coconut oil. If baking, you can also reduce the stated amount of sugar by about 1/3.

    • Do you use heat at all in the extraction process of your Coconut Oil?

    Lucy Bee Coconut Oil is unrefined, extra virgin and raw. Minimal heat is used (approximately 41C) during the cold pressed extraction, keeping it as natural as can be.

    The oil is bottled at a BRC grade A facility. With the UK's cooler climate, coconut oil solidifies below 24C and in order to bottle the oil here, it is very gently warmed.

    • Does your coconut oil contain cholesterol?

    We test our oil using a top UK certified independent food testing laboratory and their reports show that our coconut oil contains negligible amounts of cholesterol, less than 0.7 parts per 100,000 - so small that Trading Standards are happy for us to say it contains no cholesterol.

    • Does coconut oil contain sulphites?

    As an organic product, our coconut oil does not contain sulphites in its ingredients. 

    A raw, fresh coconut contains about 6-8 ppm of SO2. Since the process to make oil will undergo drying and expelling, the SO2 should go down to trace amounts.

    • Are the benefits of coconut oil affected when it melts in warm weather?

    No is the simple answer! As a saturated fat, coconut oil is solid below 24C and will melt above this temperature. 

    Nutrients are not lost when it changes from a solid to a liquid and vice versa.  In warmer countries coconut oil is always a liquid, which explains why it is put in to narrow-necked bottles that would not work in the colder UK.

    • Is there a recommended daily amount of coconut oil per day?

    No there isn’t. Coconut oil is a saturated fat, made up of medium-chain fatty acids. It should be consumed in moderation as part of a healthy diet.

    • How many calories are in coconut oil?

    Coconut oil is slightly less calorific than other oils and butter.

    Coconut oil = 117 calories per tablespoon / 39 calories per teaspoon

    Olive oil = 119 calories per tablespoon

    • What is 100g coconut oil in tablespoons?

    100g of coconut oil is equivalent to 8 tablespoons as per this useful resource which provides conversion:  

    Click on this link to go to the conversion site.

    • Does Lucy Bee Coconut Oil contain cocamide DEA

    No. Cocamide DEA is a chemically modified form of coconut oil which is used as a thickener in some shampoos and soaps.  As such this has no place in Lucy Bee Extra Virgin Organic Raw Coconut Oil.

    Our Coconut Oil has not been modified in any way and contains no additives.

    • Does unrefined coconut oil have an SPF?

    There are varying reports that coconut oil has a natural SPF value, and these reports range between 3-7. We would always err on the side of caution and do not recommend using this as sunscreen.

    In our experience, coconut oil is a great after-sun soother for skin.

    • How is your coconut oil produced?

    Organic, fresh, mature coconuts from the Philippines are shelled and pared to remove the outer shell and brown skin.  The flesh is grated, dried under controlled conditions then expeller cold pressed, to produce our Coconut Oil.

    The coconuts used in all of our coconut products are grown in an agroforestry environment (rather than plantations), which is eco-friendly. It is an integrated approach of using the interactive benefits from combining trees and shrubs with crops and/or livestock. It combines agricultural and forestry technologies to create more diverse, productive, profitable, healthy, and sustainable land-use systems.

    For a full explanation of how the oil is extracted for our Coconut Oil, please see our blog 'How Coconut Oil is Made'

    Part of our Fair Trade certification guarantees that monkeys are NOT used to harvest any of the coconuts which are used in our products.

    • Is your coconut oil cold pressed?

    Yes, our coconut oil is cold pressed extracted. It is an unrefined oil (hence the use of ‘virgin’) and as such is not bleached, deodorised or chemically altered in any way. It is also raw which means that minimal heat (approximately 41C) has been used in its extraction. Being raw means our Coconut Oil is in its most natural state and full of its nutrients and health benefits.

    • Is your coconut oil raw?

    Yes, our Coconut Oil is raw. Minimal heat is used in its extraction (approximately 41C) meaning our Coconut Oil maintains all nutrients and benefits and is in its most natural state.

    It is cold pressed from the flesh of organic, fresh, mature coconuts.

    • I’ve noticed a brownish colouring in my jar of coconut oil. Is this normal?

    This is a natural, minimally processed and filtered product, and occasionally brown coconut fibres particles may settle at the bottom - this is totally natural and does not affect the quality of the oil at all.

    It is the ‘price’ we pay for having an unprocessed product. 

    If we bleached and deodorised the raw oil we could guarantee no discolouring or small particles but then we would lose all the advantages and aroma of the raw product.

    • Is your coconut oil suitable for someone with a nut allergy?

    Coconuts are not classified as nuts, despite the name.

    According to the Anaphylaxis Campaign, most people who are allergic to tree nuts can safely eat coconut, though we would always advise caution. This information is offered on their website here: 

    Our coconut oil is produced and bottled in nut free, peanut free and dairy free production plant.

    It is also an egg free and sesame free environment. Though they do handle chickpeas, the packer confirms, “the chickpeas or derivatives (gram flour), while present on site, are not used at all on the line on which the Lucy Bee Organic Coconut Oil is produced. Chickpeas are not treated as an allergen by our company as we use the Food Standard’s Agency list of 14 allergens here

    • Is your coconut oil hydrogenated?

    No, it isn’t.

    Our Coconut Oil is unrefined, extra virgin, organic and raw meaning it’s in its most natural, pure state.

    • What is the pH level of coconut oil?

    pH determination is not valid on an oil sample. 

    Put simply pH is a measure of hydrogen ion concentration in an aqueous (water based) solution. As there is no water in coconut oil it does not have a pH.

    • Do you test for aflatoxins?

    Aflatoxins develop in poorly dried foods including grains and copra that have been exposed to bacteria growth for extended periods.

    So how does this relate to coconut oil? We need to consider the differences in refined and unrefined coconut oil.

    Refined Coconut Oil:

    Aflatoxins may develop with coconut oil that’s extracted from copra, where the split coconuts are exposed to sunlight for a couple of weeks to a month before the oil is extracted. The flesh can turn rancid and mouldy in this time, which produces a brown coloured oil. In order to make it fit for human consumption, this oil has to be heavily processed and is bleached and deodorised.

    Unrefined Coconut Oil:

    There’s a difference with unrefined, unprocessed coconut oil, like Lucy Bee. Our oil is cold press extracted from the flesh of fresh coconuts and this is typically done within 1 – 4 hours of the coconut being cracked open. Since Lucy Bee is extracted in this way, there is no issue with aflatoxins as there is no time for any fungal growth to occur between splitting open the coconut and extracting the oil.

    • Do you use hexane in the extraction of your coconut oil?

    Hexane is used by some manufacturers of coconut oil during oil production to increase the oil yield. 

    Absolutely no hexane is used during the extraction of Lucy Bee Coconut Oil.

    • What checks are made during the filling of the jars?

    Our Coconut Oil is bottled in a BRC Grade A factory, where hygiene and food safety is of the highest degree. As well as checking for correct levels of oil, the following hygiene checks are also made during the filling of jars of Lucy Bee:

    All production staff wear overalls, hair nets (mob caps) and beard snoods (if applicable).

    Each jar is inverted by hand and visually inspected.

    Each jar is inspected after capping and labelling while the coconut oil is still clear.

    • Why does my new jar of coconut oil look different? The last jar had a smooth appearance.

    Lucy Bee Coconut Oil is a natural product and as such each jar can have a slightly different appearance.

    For bottling, the oil is gently melted below 38 degrees and once it solidifies there’s no uniform look! Some will solidify with a smooth surface; others will have ‘holes’ but rest assured it will be the correct quantity (300ml, 500ml, 1litre, 5 litre accordingly) and is absolutely perfect.

    Since it is a natural product and minimally treated, you might see brown speckles which is quite normal and is small particles of the coconut.

    • Is your coconut oil cruelty free?

    Our Coconut Oil is certified Vegan, by the Vegan Society.

    Part of our Fair Trade certification also guarantees no animal cruelty, including monkeys are NOT used to pick the coconuts which are used in our coconut products.

    • Will cooking with coconut oil make the food taste of coconut?

    Obviously, taste is such a personal thing. From our experience, particularly in savoury recipes, the coconut flavour is lost when heated. Fried eggs, for example, will taste the same – what may be different is the aroma when frying.

    Again, from our experience, we’ve found that in some baking recipes the coconut flavour may remain e.g. a Victoria sponge cake was rather coconutty when we replaced the butter with coconut oil, but a chocolate cake didn’t taste of coconut at all!

    As a general rule, in savoury dishes the taste isn’t altered but some sweet recipes the sweetness may be enhanced.

    It might be worth using less, if you can taste the coconut but, as mentioned, taste is very personal.

    • Is coconut oil a saturated fat?

    Coconut oil does contain saturated fats, per 100g it contains 94g of saturated fat. Coconut oil contains medium-chain fatty acids, which are transported in our body and used for energy differently to other fats. However, it is important to use coconut oil in moderation as part of a healthy balanced diet.

    • What is Canola Oil?

    Canola oil is a vegetable oil, derived from rapeseed oil.

    • What is Lauric Acid?

    Lauric acid is a type of saturated fatty acid and is found in coconut oil, coconut milk, palm kernel oil and breast milk.

    Coconut oil is predominantly made up of lauric acid (approximately 48%) and as such enjoys the benefits associated with lauric acid.  

    • Is Lucy Bee Coconut Oil Good? 

    Yes, it is! Our Coconut Oil is an unrefined oil which is cold press extracted from the flesh of fresh, organic coconuts. It is also raw and certified Fair Trade. This natural oil is a great replacement for processed oils in all cooking from roasting, frying, baking to using as a dairy free spread.

    Our Coconut Oil is from the Philippines with a rich and natural coconut aroma.

    It is vegan and vegetarian approved, contains no cholesterol and is free from dairy and gluten.

    When we started Lucy Bee, we had a number of key objectives, to supply the best quality coconut oil possible at the most competitive price.  We wanted to make a quality product available to everyone not just a few. We were also insistent that any coconut oil we supplied would fulfil the following: 


    We totally buy into the need to protect our individual health and the health of the planet by following organic ways of production and avoiding pesticides and intensive farming practices. 


    Being organic is only one part of the quality of a product like coconut oil. It is important for us that the product is raw.  That when being produced the utmost care is taken to ensure that only low temperatures are used so that all the goodness and nutrition is maintained. 

    Fair Trade

    For too long the wealthy West has exploited the producers in Third World countries.  By buying Fair Trade we want to properly reward the small local farmers and provide funds for local community projects.  Our first shipment helped drill a fresh water well for the local community.  Before the well, they had to walk 2 miles to get clean drinking water. Other projects include the installation of solar panels and solar light bulbs into the one room wooden homes in the Philippines; proper housing and scholarships for schooling children. Lucy Bee pays a premium for its organic coconuts that goes to the local farmers and local communities for social projects. We then give 0.75% of our sales to the Fair Trade body., FairTSA  Our Fair Trade certification also guarantees that monkeys are NOT used to harvest the coconuts. We could buy the exact same product for less and not be Fair Trade. 

    Packed in Environmentally Sound Packaging

    We use recyclable glass jars, easy peel labels and BPA free lids.

    Did you know that many food storage packaging, such as cans, contain BPA in their linings?

    BPA is a chemical which is used to harden plastics and has been used for numerous years.

    For this reason, not only do we use recyclable glass jars to store our coconut oil, but we also use BPA free lids. The lids and the liners inside, are with a BPA-Non Intent design, which is of the highest quality available and free from BPA.

    Our display trays are manufactured from recycled paper.

    To encourage reuse of the jar we use easy peel paper labels.


    Lucy Bee Coconut Oil is bottled in a BRC Grade A bottling plant and we are totally able to guarantee the integrity of the product. 


    Every import of raw Lucy Bee Coconut Oil is subjected to a number of tests to confirm its purity, its oil content and that it is lactose and gluten free.

    We also conduct shelf life testing and check for bacterial and funguses. 

    Ethical Best Buy

    Leading ethical and environmental magazine, Ethical Consumer (est. 1989), has voted Lucy Bee Coconut Oil as the ‘Best Buy’, for coconut oil in the UK market. We came out as the winner for the most ethical coconut oil. You can see more information here.

    • How Do I Store Coconut Oil? 

    Your jar of Lucy Bee Coconut Oil can be stored in the cupboard, without the need for refrigeration. Assuming good food hygiene ie. always use a clean and dry utensil to remove the oil and so avoid any contamination, coconut oil should keep up to the best before date.

    • Is Coconut Oil Good for Your Beard? 

    As with all hair, coconut oil can be used to massage into beards to help nourish the hair follicles.

    • What is Coconut Amino? 

    Coconut amino is a sauce made from coconut sap and is a gluten free replacement for soy sauce. 

    • Coconut Oil for Baking (Baking with Coconut Oil) 

    Coconut oil is a dairy free replacement for butter and is great to use in baking. We’ve found that you only need to use 3/4s of the amount stated for butter eg. if a recipe calls for 100g butter, only use 75 Lucy Bee Coconut Oil.

    In baking, it’s easier to use if you melt the required amount of coconut oil before mixing in with other ingredients.

    Nutritional Information


    100% Extra Virgin Fair Trade Organic Raw Coconut Oil

    Typical Values Per 100g

    Energy (kj) 3696
    Energy (kcal) 899
    Fat 100g
    of which Saturates 94g
    Carbohydrate 0g
    of which Sugars 0g
    Fibre 0g
    Protein 0g
    Salt 0g 

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      4.81 Average

      104 Reviews

      Kirsty A

      As always the coconut oil is great. This is a staple item in my cupboard and I wouldn't use anything else!

      HI Kirsty, Thank you for taking the time to review our Coconut Oil. It's definitely our go-to oil for cooking (roasting, frying and if you're looking for a dairy free baking product). Ours is from the Philippines and is certified Fair Trade, Organic, Vegan and Vegetarian. Lucy visited the Philippines and saw first-hand how the Fair Trade premiums benefit and help those farmers and workers (and their families) who produce the oil. You can find this on our blog Petrina

      Ann P

      Brilliant product, use in cooking, baking, tastes delicious.

      Thank you for your review, Ann. It's great to hear that you like our Coconut Oil! Daisy


      William G

      I have been using Lucy Bee coconut oil for the last year and found it excellent

      Hi William, Thank you for taking the time to share this. Lucy Bee started out with coconut oil over 7 years ago and since then we've added to the range. We still love this product as much as ever and even our soaps and new skincare range use our coconut oil in them. Our cold pressed coconut oil comes from the Philippines and is raw, extra virgin and certified Fair Trade (which is at the core of all that we do), by the Fair Trade Sustainability Alliance (FairTSA). The great thing with FairTSA is that the fair trade contributions are used to support those farmers and workers in the community which produce that particular product, and in this instance these are used to support education; alleviate child malnutrition; and other sustainable community projects. Lucy visited the Philippines and saw first-hand how, with your help, Fair Trade really does make a difference and she wrote about this on our blog here: It's only through support like yours, that this is possible. Thank you. Petrina


      Lovely flavour. I keep it next to the aga so it us always liquid and easy to spoon out.

      What a great idea. Our Coconut Oil is from the Philippines and has a wonderful, rich aroma. It's an ideal replacement for processed oils in cooking. Did you know it also has many other uses such as removing make-up; hair mask; beard oil; moisturise dry skin/hands; grease hinges and garden tools....the list goes on! Petrina

      Sunita R

      Great oil, have used it many times, will be ordering again.

      This is great to know Sunita, thank you. Coconut Oil is so versatile and is great replacement for processed oils in cooking; as well an ideal product in your natural beauty regime such as a hair serum; and it can even be used in the house to oil hinges etc. The last goes on and on! Petrina

      Sarah K


      By far my favorite coconut oil. Beautiful taste!

      Thank you for taking the time to leave a review, Nathalie. It's great to hear that you like our coconut oil :) It is also #1 Ethical Best Buy in the UK for coconut oils! Daisy

      Tejal H

      I love the coconut oil, I use it as a busy moisturiser and it’s so lovely. My skin feels so soft and looks fab!

      HI Tejal, This is one of the amazing and versatile uses for our Fair Trade and organic Coconut Oil and it's great to know that you're such a fan. Enjoy! Petrina

      Rachel B

      Amazing coconut oil with so many uses! I’ve used it in cooking, baking & for mine and my children’s skin.

      HI Rachel, Coconut oil really is so versatile, isn't it? There's not much that you can cook with and also use directly on your skin. I use it to remove makeup and find that it's so effective and is the BEST aftersun. With family members being lactose intolerant, our Coconut Oil is perfect to use in baking instead of butter and, as you've mentioned, it's a good replacement for processed oils in cooking. Thanks again, Petrina

      Victoria D

      Pauline C

      Love it. So many uses. Great for cooking.

      Don't forget to try it out for beauty too! I find it's better than any moisturiser i'v used previously. You can read more here:



      Great product, use lots in cooking. Makes a great base for curries. I got myself a separate pot for the bathroom so I can use as moisturiser, my skin has never felt softer. Good for taking make up off on the nights you can't really bothered.

      Hi Anneke, thank you for such a great review. We love how versatile the coconut oil is as well, perfect for cooking, and as you said taking off make up. It works well even on stubborn mascara! Thank you again for this review, Daisy


      This oil cured my eczema. I'd had eczema since I was a child, and a few years ago I was just so fed up with my permanently blistering, dry, cracking, bleeding hands I wondered if there was anything other than prescription steroid creams that would help. I figured that the nutrients I was consuming would have some effect on my skin, so I did a quick search on "foods to help skin" or smthng, and coconut oil kept turning up in the articles. I bought a jar of this Lucy Bee coconut oil from my supermarket and started eating 2 teaspoons a day. By the fourth day my eczema had completely cleared. It was amazing. For over 30 years I'd literally had to deal with pain and blisters and cracking and bleeding from my hands every. single. day., and here, just by eating a couple of spoonfuls of this oil for 4 days, my hands were...kinda nice again. And they stayed that way. No more breakouts. I kept expecting them - waiting for the blisters to return and the miserable cycle of eczema to begin again. But it didn't. I just had healthy hands. First time in 30 years, I didn't have to worry about it. It's brilliant. Now, full disclosure; At the same time that I started eating this oil, I also started taking a vitamin specifically for skin (and hair & nails) so the two combined may have been the magic solution for me BUT, a year or so ago I stopped eating the oil, and only used the vitamin. And my eczema came back within a month. So I started eating the oil again, and (just like the first time) four days later, the eczema had completely cleared. Also, last winter my eczema came back for a fairly extended time (it would always worsen in cold weather), so I increased the amount of oil I ate by half a teaspoon a day and that did the trick - no more eczema that winter. I'm so happy to have strong skin on my hands now, and it really does all seem to be down to this product. Thank you!!!

      Hi Stephen, thank you so much for such a great review! I'm glad that your eczema has gotten better with using the coconut oil, it is such a great product. Thank you again for such a great review, we love hearing things like this. Daisy

      Abby O

      Fantastic product - best I've ever used.

      I love that our Fair Trade certification guarantees that monkeys are not used to pick the coconuts used for this (and all of our coconut products). If you need any recipe ideas, check out our website where we have cooking and beauty recipes using our Coconut Oil. Petrina

      Paul M

      Wonderful jars of coconut oil.. I use for cooking and oil pulling, arrived safely and well packaged. .. the chai tea was a nice gesture, thank you.Would be nice if we had a Twitter support page that actually answered our questions regarding products as Lucy is not answering our queries on her twitter account.

      Hi Paul, Thank you for your brilliant review. It's great to hear your Coconut Oil was well packaged and arrived safely and you are already using it in different ways. Sorry to hear that your questions aren't being answered on Twitter, I will pass your feedback onto the team. Alternatively, you can email with any queries and a member of the team will get back to you more efficiently. Hannah

      Wendy S

      Absolutely fantastic product I really cannot rate Lucy Bee’s coconut oil enough! We love it! X x x x

      Thank you for another brilliant review, Wendy. It's great to hear how much you love our Coconut Oil and there are many different ways you can use it! Hannah

      Kirsty A

      Debbie D

      Little goes a long way, I use this for cooking with almost daily, I’ve also used it for my hair, as a bath oil & removing make up.

      Hi Debbie, thank you for another great review. Absolutely - a little goes a long way! I'm completely converted and won't cook with anything else and also use it as a hair mask regularly. There are many uses for our Coconut Oil and we have lots of tips on our website if you are ever looking for inspiration :) Hope you have a good weekend, Hannah

      Isobel H

      Simply the best .

      Thank you for your review Isobel, we are so pleased you are enjoying our Extra Virgin Raw Organic Coconut Oil. If you would like any recipe ideas, please have a look at Thank you, Rian


      Love using this coconut oil

      Thank you for your review of the Lucy Bee Extra Virgin Raw Organic Coconut Oil, there are so many uses for this. If you need any recipe inspiration, please look at Thanks, Rian.

      Dawn W

      Best quality brand I’ve tried

      Hi Dawn, we are so pleased you love our Extra Virgin Raw Organic Coconut Oil as much as we do! Thank you, Rian x

      Liz M

      I use it in all aspects of cooking but also for skin, hair and teeth!

      Hi Liz, thank you for your review. The Extra Virgin Raw Organic Coconut Oil has so many uses, I also love to do a hair mask with it! Rian


      I use the oil for my cooking but also as a massage oil for my children, hair mask, making healthier chocolate bars, cleansing my face, moisturising my skin all over my body. It’s universal and so well worth investing in lots of it. It’s the best coconut oil product I’ve ever used.

      Thank you for your 5* review of the Lucy Bee Extra Virgin Raw Organic Coconut Oil. It is so versatile, and it's great to hear of all the different uses you have for it! I love cooking with it, and also it's great for cleaning makeup brushes.. Coconut Oil is usually my answer to most problems! Thanks, Rian


      Grace H

      Could not live without this stuff! I use it every day!

      Hi Grace, that is great to hear. If you are after further uses/recipes using your coconut oil head to www, It works well for beauty purposes too. We love using it as a natural hair mask, natural make up remover and even a hand cream. It is so versatile. Some of us even use it on our pets! Jess :)

      Fabiola R

      Katherine M

      Great product, much better quality than others on the market.

      Thank you! Coconut oil is so versatile, from cooking, baking, to using it to remove make-up, it's amazing! If you need any inspiration, please check out our website where we have recipe suggestions plus beauty uses. Petrina

      Elisa H

      My third purchase. Love this product, versatile, healthy fats and exceptional quality.

      Hi Elisa, Thank you for your kind words! I'm glad that you feel the same way that we do! If you need any tips on recipes or how to use the oil please visit our website! T x
      Thanks for sharing this with us Elisa and it's great to hear that you're enjoying using our Coconut Oil - it's great for taking off make-up! Petrina