No, FCO and regular CO are different, and they have different SAPs, different qualities, etc.,So, I find myself having a bottle of Fractionated Coconut Oil...
It's clear, it's liquid. Can it replace regular coconut oil in CP? Or HP?
Possibly super fat with it?
I know, right? I have never tried to make a single oil bar soap using only FxCO, but wonder if it really would get hard. But if it is true that a higher Iodine number means softer soap, wouldn't the reverse be true for harder soap?"FCO - Fractionated Coconut Oil"
I honestly don't know why it reads as if the FCO is hard, cleansing and bubbly under the
"Soap Qualities" scale. The "Fatty Acids" result in no way verifies that. I'm flummoxed.
It is not only shipping but duty and brokerage fee.At Soaper's Choice, 7 pounds is currently $22.40 plus tax & shipping.
MCT MB CU-RSPO SCC-832478 MCTs (Medium Chain Triglycerides) also known as Caprylic/Capric Triglycerides, Fractionated Coconut Oil. It is derived from the distilled fatty acid fractions of Palm Kernel Oil. It esterified with USP high purity glycerin. Refined, Bleached and Deodorized. Due to the...www.soaperschoice.com
That is much cheaper than NDA's current price.
However, I don't know what the shipping costs are to Canada, so that's another factor.