Originally Posted by mommycarlson
My granddaughter has a peanut allergy, the Nutiva oil says it's bottled in a facility that also bottles peanut oil, anyone know if any peanut cross contamination would survive the soaping process?
If you were to risk it, refined oil may be better for consideration. I don't want to encourage such a risk but I also have to note that for a child with tree nut allergies, my daughter has been fine with my soaps that do NOT contain virgin CO and some regular commercial brands that also have that oil (I highly doubt a company is going to use virgin CO for a mass produced line of soap).
Still, I don't like taking such risks at the expense of anyone, especially a child. I know some of the pain of having an allergy flair-up (cured pork products have made me break out in itchy hives after eating them) so I definitely don't want that for your grandbaby.