Friday, August 28, 2009

Tropical Traditions Unscented Soap and Moisturizing Lotion Review and Giveaway

I have been using Tropical Traditions Unscented Soap and Unscented Moisturizing Lotion for about two weeks now. As I'm fragrance sensitive the Unscented Bar Soap and Moisturizing Lotion sounded perfect to try.

In using the soap, made from saponified organic virgin coconut oil, I was surprised by how much lather you get from such a little amount of soap. Tropical Traditions does recommend against using the Bar Soaps, Shampoo Bar or Liquid foaming Soaps on the face as they can be very drying. Although I would suggest you follow Tropical Traditions recommendation, I still have combination/oily facial skin and have been using it with no problem. However, I do follow it either with small amounts of Tropical Traditions Coconut Oil or, when oil is not appropriate, the Unscented Moisturizing Lotion. My skin feels very clean after using the soap.

The Unscented Moisturizing Lotion, made from Virgin Coconut Oil and Virgin Palm Oil, I found to be pretty rich, with just the slightest hint of a coconut scent. I can use it sparingly, right from the bottle for my body, but for my face, I have to thin it with a bit more water. Once it soaks in, my skin feels so nice and smooth. Tropical Traditions lotions as well as their creams and lip balms contain no alcohols, no artificial fragrances, and no petroleum products. In fact, look at the ingredients of the Unscented Moisturizing Lotion: purified water, organic virgin coconut oil, organic jojoba, emulsifying wax (plant based, no soy), grapefruit seed extract, and virgin palm oil. Pretty simple.

Visit Tropical Traditions to learn more about the products they sell, and to learn more about how Tropical Traditions was founded, you can watch the video How We Discovered Virgin Coconut Oil - An Interview with Brian Shilhavy, CEO Tropical Traditions

Thanks to Tropical Traditions you have a chance to win a bar of Unscented Coconut Oil Soap AND a bottle of Unscented Moisturizing Lotion. If you're fragrance sensitive like me, now would be the perfect time to give it a try.

Mandatory: check out Tropical Traditions and comment with something you learned about Tropical Traditions Virgin Coconut Oil or Virgin Palm Oil.

Extra entries (Leave separate comments for each entry. If it says 2 entries, leave 2 comments):

  • Sign up for Tropical Traditions newsletter for 2 entries. Leave the email address used for the newsletter, if different from the one used for this giveaway.
  • Follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter for 1 entry, leave user name
  • Tweet this giveaway using: "Tropical Traditions Unscented Coconut Oil Soap and Unscented Moisturizing Lotion giveaway @vlbsweeps @troptraditions http://bit.ly/2XgVby ". This can be done daily, leave the link to the tweet in your comment.
  • Blog about this giveaway with a link to this giveaway and to Tropical Traditions for 2 entries, leave direct link
This giveaway ends Saturday September 19,2009 11:59 PM Pacific Time.

Rules:
  • Open to those 18 years of age or older
  • Open to US residents
  • Entries are per person
  • Email must available in profile or be in comment
  • Winners chosen by random.org and notified by email
  • Winner has 3 days to claim, if prize is not claimed within 3 days, an alternate winner will be chosen
  • The prize will be shipped by the sponsor
While you're here, check out my giveaway for Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil ending 9/12

Special Offer for First-Time Tropical Traditions Customers

198 comments:

  1. These foundational recipes concentrate on sauces, spreads, and vinaigrettes
    mverno@roadrunner.com

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  2. Most commercial grade coconut oils are made from copra. Copra is basically the dried kernel (meat) of the coconut.

    clynsgatyahoo.com

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  3. Coconut oil is the main dietary oil in the Phillipines

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  4. i learned they offer pet shampoo by the gallon! woo hoo!

    vanitizebaby@yahoo.com

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  5. following tropical traditions on twitter (meandbells)

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    http://twitter.com/MeandBells/status/3630659272

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  7. Coconut oil is liquid above 75 degrees F, and below that it will be a solid fat. It can be stored in either form, and it can be liquefied easily by applying low level heat.

    elkaye[at]gmail[dot]com

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  8. I follow tropical Traditions on twitter as Elkaye.

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  9. I follow tropical Traditions on twitter as Elkaye.

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  10. I subscribe to the tropical traditions newsletter.

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  11. I subscribe to the tropical traditions newsletter.

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  12. I tweeted: http://twitter.com/Elkaye/status/3632417147

    elkaye[at]gmail[dot]com

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  13. i was wondering if there where any side effects to coconut oil and they said no that it was a food .
    lmurley2000@yahoo.com

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  14. email subscriber 1
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  15. email subscriber 2
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  16. follow on twitter
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  17. twitted giveaway.
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  18. Quote from site----I was driving down a rural highway in north central Wisconsin that Autumn night in 1977, thoughts running wildly through my mind. "Why wasn't I dead?" I thought unbelievingly. I had fully intended to overdose on drugs and end my life just hours before. But after swallowing some one hundred assorted pills that I thought were pretty potent, I woke up surprised not only to find myself alive, but my head clear also. Didn't even catch a buzz!

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  19. Virgin Coconut oil is rich in lauric acid, a nutrient that supports the body’s immune system
    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

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  20. newsletter 1
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  21. newsletter 2
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  22. follow on twitter @throuthehaze
    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

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  23. Tropical Traditions Expeller-Pressed Coconut Oil is a high quality refined organic coconut oil. This oil is processed the “old” way by what is called “physical refining.”

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  24. Signed up for Tropical Traditions newsletter aitmama {at} gmail{dot} com

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  25. newsletter #2
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  26. http://twitter.com/aitmama/status/3647485621

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  27. i learned
    Coconut oil is liquid above 75 degrees F. (25 C.), and below that it will be a solid fat. It can be stored in either form, and it can be liquefied easily by applying low level heat.


    gkbccb at yahoo dot com

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  28. Coconut oil is made from the dried meat (the white part) of the coconut. Which is weird, because I've had fresh coconut and it doesn't seem like there would be much oil in it at all.

    urchiken at gmail dot com

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  29. i learned that i should try their deodorant as it might not cause me to get itchy pits after using it for 6 months.
    spvaughan@yahoo.com

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  30. i am signed up for their newsletter.
    spvaughan@yahoo.com

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  31. 2
    i am signed up for their newsletter
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  32. http://twitter.com/spvaughan/status/3660515600

    spvaughan@yahoo.com

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  33. New tweet: http://twitter.com/Elkaye/status/3662497682

    elkaye[at]gmail[dot]com

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  34. I learned that it can be substituted for butter in baking recipes. Thanks!

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  35. I learned that since coconut oil is a food, not a medication, it does not have “side effects.”

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  36. twitted giveaway-daily-lmurley2000
    lmurley2000@yahoo.com

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  37. The Virgin Palm Oil has a special form of Vitamin E called “tocotrienols” that is more powerful than the form traditionally added to beauty products.

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  38. Following on Twitter twitter.com/ibeatyou

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  39. I learned that there are no side affects.

    hebert024 at aoldot com

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  40. TT Virgin Coconut Oil is healthy to cook with and does not need refrigeration.
    Video was informative.

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  41. I also have subscribed to the Tropical Traditions newsletter, very interesting site.

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  42. coconut oil is safe for everyone, including pregnant women

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  43. new tweet: http://twitter.com/Elkaye/status/3730376773


    elkaye[at]gmail[dot]com

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  44. Coconut oil is liquid above 75 degrees F. (25 C.), and below that it will be a solid fat

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  45. I learned that you can clean your teeth with coconut oil. matt4melis(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  46. I subscribe to Tropical Traditions newsletter. matt4melis(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  47. I learned that the coconut oil is made by hand.

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  48. I'm already signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter. (1)

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  49. I'm already signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter. (2)

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  50. I follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter. (My username is FC_Melissa)

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  51. It makes a great hair treatment!

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  52. I follow tropical traditions on twitter

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  53. tweeted: http://twitter.com/abbyalex/status/3763502643

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  54. I didn't know this about palm oil:Although scarcely used in the US, palm oil is the most heavily consumed dietary oil in the world after soybean oil. sejotess@yahoo.com

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  55. I subscribe to Tropical Traditions. sejotess@yahoo.com

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  56. I subscribe to TT #2. sejotess@yahoo.com

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  57. Tropical Traditions was the first company to publish standards for the use of "Virgin Coconut Oil" in terms of edible oils.
    email in profile

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  58. I follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter @gotfire55.

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  59. I subscribe to TT newsletter w/ email in profile 1.

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  60. I subscribe to TT newsletter w/ email in profile 2.

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  61. I learned their coconut oil has healthy fats
    jennifer@makemoneyworkonline.com

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  62. subscribed to TT newsletter 1
    jennifer@makemoneyworkonline.com

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  63. subscribed to TT newsletter 2
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  64. I learned Coconut oil is liquid above 75 degrees F, and below that it will be a solid fat. It can be stored in either form, and it can be liquefied easily by applying low level heat.

    hockiemack at hotmail.com

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  65. I learned that I will no longer cook with oil unless it is produced traditionally because I do not want to die young and gain 500 pounds. But until I can afford that, I will beg on blogs for free samples. I hope that one-day small companies will help the poor learn the old healthy ways of living instead of being catered by McDonalds and FDA and slowly deteriorate.


    horborg@hotmail.com

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  66. subscribed to tt
    horborg@hotmail.com

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  67. New tweet: http://twitter.com/Elkaye/status/3795871782

    elkaye[at]gmail[dot]com

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  68. i've learned that this company does not mass produce their coconut oil -- thank you!

    ranmel(at)televar(dot)com

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  69. i'm a Tropical Traditions newsletter subscriber #1

    ranmel(at)televar(dot)com

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  70. i'm a Tropical Traditions newsletter subscriber #2

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  71. Coconut oil is the main dietary oil in the Phillipines

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  72. I learned that Coconut oil is made out from copra!

    coolnatty12@yahoo.com

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  73. I signed up for the Tropical Traditions Newsletter! 1

    coolnatty12@yahoo.com

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  74. I signed up for the Tropical Traditions Newsletter! 2

    coolnatty12@yahoo.com

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  75. I tweeted!
    http://twitter.com/natdey/status/3824471157

    coolnatty12@yahoo.com

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  76. I follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter! natdey

    coolnatty12@yahoo.com

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  77. tweeted giveaway(daily)lmurley2000
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  78. Coconut oil is liquid above 75 degrees F. (25 C.), and below that it will be a solid fat. It can be stored in either form, and it can be liquefied easily by applying low level heat.

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  79. Although scarcely used in the US, palm oil is the most heavily consumed dietary oil in the world after soybean oil.

    wearehappy@comcast.net

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  80. tweeted giveaway(daily)lmurley2000
    lmurley2000@yahoo.com

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  81. New tweet: http://twitter.com/Elkaye/status/3859945391

    elkaye[at]gmail[dot]com

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  82. tweeted daily lmurley2000
    lmurley2000@yahoo.com

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  83. Coconut oil is solid below 75 degrees

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  84. Coconut oil does not need to be kept in the fridge.

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  85. I signed up for their newsletter.

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  86. I follow them on twitter. brennaboo

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  87. Tweeted.
    http://twitter.com/brennaboo/status/3886610279

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  88. i learned the oil is cold-pressed using the water from inside the coconuts to make coconut milk.

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  89. i signed up for tropical's newsletter 1

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  90. i signed up for tropical's newsletter 2

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  91. i follow tropical on twitter where i am agodlyhomemaker

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  92. i tweeted http://twitter.com/agodlyhomemaker/status/3895004208

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  93. i learned that coconut oil is a food.

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  94. tweeted daily lmurley2000

    lmurley2000@yahoo.com

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  95. http://twitter.com/aitmama/status/3913707353

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  96. daily tweet lmurley2000
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  97. New tweet: http://twitter.com/Elkaye/status/3931145306

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  98. daily tweet 9-12-09 lmurley2000

    lmurley2000@yahoo.com

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  99. http://twitter.com/aitmama/status/3945073621

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  100. Thank you for the giveaway. I have learned that you could use the coconut oil for many different uses! You could use the oil on your skin and cook with it.

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  101. I am a tropical traditions subscriber!

    #1

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  102. I am a tropical traditions subscriber!

    #2

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  103. I learned this:

    Water is needed to make the coconut milk from which the oil is extracted. Using true Filipino ingenuity, they started collecting and using the pure nutritious coconut water from inside the organic coconuts instead. They noticed that the water separated from the oil much quicker, and that the end result was a higher quality and better tasting Virgin Coconut Oil.

    mellisarock at yahoo dot com

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  104. I am already signed up for newsletter

    mellisarock at yahoo dot com

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  105. I am already signed up for e-mail newsletter #2

    mellisarock at yahoo dot com

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  106. Now following on twitter
    user name mellisa rock

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  107. tweet

    http://twitter.com/mellisarock/statuses/3949343562

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  108. http://twitter.com/aitmama/status/3959821439

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  109. My coconut oil turned into a solid but can easily be liquified by applying low level heat.

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  110. tweeted
    http://twitter.com/momof3dolls/status/3973473408

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  111. The Virgin Palm Oil has a special form of Vitamin E called “tocotrienols” that is more powerful than the form traditionally added to beauty products..this sounds so much better than the vitamin E enriched lotions I've been using!

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  112. I subscribe to the Tropical Traditions newsletter #1
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  113. I subscribe to the Tropical Traditions newsletter #2
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  114. I follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter as Jessilyn82

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  115. tweet http://twitter.com/Jessilyn82/status/3998507279

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  116. Blogged #1 http://jessilyn82.blogspot.com/2009/09/head-over-to-vickiebs-ramblings-to.html

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  117. Blogged #2 http://jessilyn82.blogspot.com/2009/09/head-over-to-vickiebs-ramblings-to.html

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  118. http://twitter.com/aitmama/status/4005202592

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  119. daily tweet - lmurley2000
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  120. New tweet: http://twitter.com/Elkaye/status/4001207116

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  121. entry 1 ---
    coconut oil is handmade from FRESH coconuts!
    imabiqqirl@aim.com

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  122. tweeted
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  123. the media scared us all about coconut oil for no reason, it's actually good for you!
    If only movie theaters would go back to using it in their popcorn!

    sunnysideup08@comcast.net

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  124. #1 blogged about it
    http://momof3dolls.blogspot.com/2009/09/tropical-traditions-giveaway-at.html

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  125. #2 blogged about it
    http://momof3dolls.blogspot.com/2009/09/tropical-traditions-giveaway-at.html

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  126. tweeted
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  127. Virgin Coconut Oil contains high antioxidant levels.

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  128. Natural coconut oil has been used to apply to the skin and ward off insects traditionally in tropical climates for hundreds of years. In addition, we have added pure organic essential oils known to repel insects, including citronella, lemongrass, peppermint, tansy, and catnip.

    we have some new sketters here in texas that don't buzz they just bite leaving huge welps...they love me and ignore my dh...i just wonder if this will really work and what it smells like....so i learned it but....hmm

    spvaughan@yahoo.com

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  129. i have signed up for their news letter as spvaughan@yahoo.com

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  130. 2
    i have signed up for their news letter as spvaughan@yahoo.com

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  131. http://twitter.com/spvaughan/status/4072261211
    spvaughan@yahoo.com

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  132. http://twitter.com/spvaughan/status/4072261211
    spvaughan@yahoo.com

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  133. I learned that one of the main differences between Virgin Coconut oil and refined coconut oils is the scent and taste.

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  134. Virgin Coconut Oil contains lauric acid which helps our immune system
    copperllama at yahoo dot com

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  135. I signed up for the newsletter
    copperllama at yahoo dot com

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  136. I follow Tropical on Twitter
    copperllama at yahoo dot com

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  137. http://twitter.com/Copperllama/status/4079784610
    I Tweeted
    copperllama @ yahoo dot com

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  138. tweeted
    http://twitter.com/momof3dolls/status/4077546533

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  139. The coconut oil is made on Mt. Banahaw and surrounding areas from organic coconuts!



    clarkmurdock@yahoo.com

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  140. Coconut oil will solidify below 75 fahrenheit!

    urchiken at gmail dot com

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  141. Coconut oil is pure and is a food not medication so there is no side effects. Thanks! senekers@comcast.net

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  142. Iwould like to try the organic lip moisturizers. Always on the lookout for the perfect one

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  143. I learned that TT Virgin Coconut Oil is hand processed... So while the other companies use machines to do the work; TT does it all by hand... That is wonderful.. weeshenanigans (at) gmail (dot) com

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  144. I am already signed up for newsletter
    Stampnsark@aol.com

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  145. tweeted
    http://twitter.com/momof3dolls/status/4098212990

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  146. Tropical Traditions organic coconut flour also contains over 19% non-gluten protein! Therefore, it makes an excellent addition to shakes and smoothies where fiber and protein are needed.
    Thanks for the chance to win a Prize!

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  147. Tropical Traditions Virgin Coconut Oil is made from fresh, certified organic coconuts, and the family-based small-scale operation we use to make the Virgin Coconut Oil is also certified organic.

    braaisjo at gmail dot com

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  148. I learned that since coconut oil is a food, not a medication, it does not have “side effects.”

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  149. Virgin Coconut oil is rich in lauric acid, which is a nutrient that supports the body’s immune system. This I didn't know!

    kngmckellar@hotmail.com

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  150. Tropical Traditions newsletter subscriber already.

    kngmckellar@hotmail.com

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  151. Tropical Traditions newsletter subscriber already
    #2 entry

    kngmckellar@hotmail.com

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  152. Follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter as kngmckellar

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  153. http://twitter.com/kngmckellar/status/4112743523

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  154. http://kngmckellar-glorias.blogspot.com/2009/09/httpvickieb52blogspotcom200908tropical.html#comments

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  155. http://kngmckellar-glorias.blogspot.com/2009/09/httpvickieb52blogspotcom200908tropical.html#comments

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  156. http://twitter.com/aitmama/status/4113623858

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  157. I learned that the Virgin Palm Oil comes from small scale family farms in South America. These farmers are certified by ProForest, which ensures that they meet strict social, environmental and technical criteria.

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  158. I follow on Twitter as willitara.

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  159. Tweeted
    http://twitter.com/willitara/status/4114641915

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  160. I am a HUGE fan of coconut-from oils for health to tasty goodies, my favorite being coconut cake! This site is fantastic because they have everything coconut you could need!
    I learned that "This Tropical Traditions Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil is a truly unrefined coconut oil. This coconut oil is made on Mt. Banahaw and surrounding areas from organic coconuts. Coconuts are used fresh (within 24-48 hours of harvest) from small family farms on Mt. Banahaw and other rural places in Quezon Province, the coconut capital of the Philippines."
    spencer1953 at gmail dot com

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  161. I signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter at spencer1953 at gmail dot com.#1.

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  162. I signed up for the Tropical Traditions newsletter at spencer1953 at gmail dot com.#2.

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  163. I follow Tropical T.on Twitter!~dresdenrain.

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  164. Tweet!~http://twitter.com/dresdenrain/status/4115065015

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  165. I blogged here:http://forums.online-sweepstakes.com/blog.php?b=1703
    entry 1.

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  166. http://forums.online-sweepstakes.com/blog.php?b=1703 entry 2.

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  167. this is one of the highest quality coconut oils on the market,having the highest levels of antioxidants.

    allegro966(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  168. Coconut oil does not have side effects.
    ncschools at yahoo dot com

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  169. Tropical Traditions newsletter subscriber.
    Entry #1
    ncschools at yahoo dot com

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  170. Tropical Traditions newsletter subscriber.
    Entry #2
    ncschools at yahoo dot com

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  171. I follow Tropical Traditions on twitter - ncschools.
    ncschools at yahoo dot com

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  172. I tweeted.
    http://twitter.com/ncschools/status/4116119265
    ncschools at yahoo dot com

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  173. I learned that it doesn't need to be refrigerated. garrettsambo@aol.com

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  174. I learned that it contains lauric acid, which helps our immune system. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  175. "ike any food, some people could possibly have allergic reactions to coconut oil as well, although it does NOT contain any appreciable amounts of protein as the meat of the coconut would, and most food allergies are related to proteins. "

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  176. Laboratory tests show that Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil is a very high quality coconut oil, with very high antioxidant levels.

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  177. I follow them on twitter - choochoo428

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  178. Tweeted - http://twitter.com/choochoo428/status/4117683514

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  179. Tropical Traditions Virgin Coconut Oil is healthy to cook with and does not need refrigeration

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  180. It is made by the original method.
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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  181. I signed up for their newsletter.
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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  182. 2.I signed up for their newsletter.
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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  183. I follow them on twitter. (donnak4)
    donna444444@yahoo.com

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  184. Most commercial grade coconut oils are made from copra. Copra is basically the dried kernel (meat) of the coconut. ;)

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  185. I learned their coconut oil has the highest levels of antioxidants

    CharlieGurl57@aol.com

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  186. Signed up for Tropical Traditions newsletter

    CharlieGurl57@aol.com

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  187. Following Tropical Traditions on Twitter
    @Swtlilchick


    CharlieGurl57@aol.com

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  188. Tweet:Swtlilchick
    http://twitter.com/Swtlilchick/status/4119291722

    CharlieGurl57@aol.com

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  189. Signed up for Tropical Traditions newsletter
    #2

    CharlieGurl57@aol.com

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