Trader Joe’s Organic Coconut Oil 2 Pack Review

Trader Joe's Organic Coconut Oil 2 Pack

Product: Trader Joe’s Organic Coconut Oil 2 Pack

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Size: 16 oz each jar

My Rating: 9.5/10



You may have heard of coconut oil being super awesome for your hair, but what kind should you get? You’re looking at it.

Trader Joe’s Coconut Oil is the best kind of coconut oil you can put on your hair. It has been cold pressed and is unrefined, as well as organic.

I have done plenty of research so I’ll be able to direct you to the best deal going on for this stuff: Trader Joe’s Organic Coconut Oil 2 pack.


Trader Joe’s Organic Virgin Coconut Oil 2 Pack

Trader Joe's Organic Coconut Oil 2 Pack Review


What Is The Difference: Refined vs Unrefined Coconut Oil?


Refined means the oil has been bleached and/or deodorized. Trader Joe’s Coconut Oil is just the opposite, it’s unrefined. It is left in the most natural state, which is the healthiest for your hair.


So What is “Virgin”, “Organic” and “Cold Pressed”?


Virgin mostly just means the oil is unrefined (left in its most natural state).

Organic means that it wasn’t grown around pesticides or chemicals.

Cold pressed means that the oil has been extracted in a controlled way that allows it to keep most of its flavor and nutritional value.

All of this equals Trader Joe’s Coconut Oil being the best out there. 🙂



Amazon gives a great deal on Trader Joe’s Coconut Oil. You can purchase just the one jar, or do the much better deal, Trader Joe’s Organic Coconut Oil 2 pack with shipping included. Click on the links to be redirected to the products.

To find out some ways to use coconut oil to beautify your hair, such as deep conditioning treatments and hair masks, go to my page Coconut Oil Miracle!


If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them below.



24 thoughts on “Trader Joe’s Organic Coconut Oil 2 Pack Review

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  2. As I age my hair is getting more and more dry so I shall try this coconut oil treatment. I assume I have to melt as much as I use at one time? Is melted coconut oil something I can store? Also, I should apply the oil only onto the hair and not scalp, correct?


    • Yuko,

      On my Coconut Miracle Page, it will show you a few different ways to use coconut oil for your hair. Some of the ways you use it on your scalp but others you don’t.

      And yes, you only melt as much as you’re going to use at a time. Coconut oil only stays melted below a certain temperature. It will turn solid again after sitting for a while.

  3. It seems like coconut oil is everywhere these days and has a million uses. I’ve never actually used the oil but I love anything edible to do with coconut, so the idea of using the oil appeals to me. It’s great to know there’s a product that’s both unrefined and organic out there. I went to your link to find out how to use the oil to deep condition your hair and it sounds very easy and nice. Thanks for the info!

    • You’re welcome!

      Coconut oil is truly great. You should try some of the different uses soon, you’ll see what all the buzz is about. The deep conditioning is my favorite one on that list. After you wash it out you notice the difference in your hair.

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  6. Thank you for this information about coconut oil !

    I didn’t know at first that it was that good for your hair and didn’t know also that there are different ones!

    I think this could be very good for my hair. I’ve been having some trouble with it and in winter it gets worse! You gave me the push to do something !

    Thanks again

    • Thierry,

      Coconut oil can do amazing things if you use it right.

      Trader Joe’s is the best kind because it’s so natural.

  7. As a guy I have to say that it’s a very good review for beginners 🙂

    I’m looking into better products to take care of my hair (I did not really care with short hair but now I really need to start taking care of it).

    I just found your review and it has been a huge first step for me to help me understand a little 🙂

    Your Instagram account is also very useful and it’s cool that you always post great content!

    Thanks for your help and please keep posting for the other guys like me 😉



    • Matt Killy,

      I’m glad you found my review useful.

      It works wonders for both men and women who could use a little hair rejuvenation.

  8. I have always heard that coconut oil is very good for hair, but I am just refrained myself from trying it as i am not sure that if I can take the greasy feeling of it on my hair. Do you have any tips for me on this? How do you normally use it on your hair?

    • Sammy,

      I’m someone who has problems with greasy hair so I know what you mean.

      Go read a little on my Coconut Miracle page and you’ll see some different options for treatments. If you use it as a deep conditioning before the shower, none will be left on your hair after you wash it out. Your hair will just be very soft and hydrated. If you don’t want it anywhere near your scalp, you could also put your hair in a hair tie and deep condition just the ponytail part.

  9. Hi Gina,

    This is quite an interesting article. I have heard a lot about coconut oil but did not know what all the hype was about. You did a good job reviewing Trader Joe’s coconut oil. I now understand what makes this such a good kind to get for your hair.

    Wishing you a happy new year!

    • Boniface,

      Happy new year to you as well.

      I’m glad I did a decent job explaining how this kind is so beneficial to hair, and why it’s important to get a certain type of coconut oil like Trader Joe’s.

  10. I have only recently been introduced to coconut oil. My housemate uses her coffee grounds after she makes the coffee, mixes with coconut oil and turns it into a scrub (it smells sooo good)

    I had no idea you can use it for your hair as well. I might give it a try myself and let you know the result. Getting in on this love for coconut oil.

    • E-Admin,

      That is a great idea that your housemate does. Coffee scrubs are amazing. There are companies that actually sell coffee scrubs for big bucks that could easily be made at home like your housemate does.

      Definitely give coconut oil a try! Come back and let me know how it went.

  11. Wow, again Coconut Oil! Honestly, I cannot tell you how many times in the last few weeks I’ve heard or read something about coconut oil. I even heard something about people drinking coconut water, and I saw coconut oil in the grocery store just last week. I guess I have to get on this band wagon!!

    • Debra,

      Yes, the world is just realizing the magical powers of the stuff!

      While you’re drinking some coconut water, eating some coconut, and doing a coconut oil facial, you can play around with coconut oil hair masks/ deep conditioning! But really, you should. It makes your hair feel wonderful and keeps it strong and healthy.

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  13. A coconut oil is pure nature’s gift and it is very natural,has no side effects.I use coconut oil in cooking,making recipe of sweet dishes, using on my skin and hairs,removing my makeup also.So i always praised one of the coconut oil’s natural products.We can make this at home also.

    • John Morris,

      It surely is nature’s gift to us. I use coconut oil for many things too and I find out new things to use it for every week. I made an awesome sugar scrub yesterday with coconut oil!

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