Planning a Labor Day getaway? You’ll want to take some CapriClear Coconut Oil Spray

CapriClear Coconut Oil Spray

CapriClear Coconut Oil Spray

I am not ashamed to say that  CapriClear® had me at the word ‘coconut’. I love all things coconut…sweets, cooking oil, fragrance, skin care. It’s just so darn good for so many things.  So of course I jumped the chance to review the CapriClear® 100% Fractionated Coconut Oil Spray ($10.99 for the travel size).

This is a terrific drugstore find that is available at CVS, Walgreens, and Ulta. I got the travel size, and trust me this gem is going with me on my Labor Day Weekend trip! The ingredients are pretty simple – 100% fractionated coconut oil (Caprylic / Capric Triglycerides). That’s it. This spray-on moisturizer is all natural, hypoallergenic, colorless and odorless. I was definitely hoping it would smell like coconut, but it doesn’t smell like anything. Actually that makes it more versatile since you can use it knowing it won’t clash with any other fragrance.

CapriClear Coconut Oil Spray

CapriClear Coconut Oil Spray

I use this right after I shower. Once I spray this on, dry skin, flakiness, and irritation is a thing of the past. My wrist became irritated by my watch, so I applied the 100% Fractionated Coconut Oil Spray for a few days. Even though I kept wearing my watch, the irritation disappeared. The oil dries very quickly so there is no wait time before putting on clothes. It does wonders for skin and also works on nails, scars, and stretch marks. It even helps tame hair frizz and flyaways. Sounds like everything I need for a weekend getaway!

CapriClear Coconut Oil Spray

If you are wondering what exactly Fractionated Coconut Oil is, here’s what CapriClear® says:

Fractionated coconut oil (FCO) is a fraction (portion) of the whole oil, in which the different medium-chain fatty acids are separated for specific uses. Lauric acid, a 12-carbon chain fatty acid, is removed. Fractionated coconut oil may also be referred to as caprylic/capric triglyceride oil or medium-chain triglyceride (MCT) oil because it is primarily the medium-chain caprylic (8 carbons) and capric (10 carbons) acids that make up the bulk of the oil. MCT oil is most frequently used for medical applications and special diets. As part of this method, the familiar coconut smell is eliminated.

It has no emulsifiers, fragrances, animal products, artificial dyes, preservatives or other additives such as sulfates, parabens or toxins that can lead to skin irritation.

I am a big believer in body oils, and this is definitely one of the best I have tried. Be sure to check it out at CVS, Walgreens, or Ulta.  I know you will love this TSA friendly travel essential.  – Lisa

*received for editorial consideration


  1. Elizabeth B says:

    Thanks for this review! I love coconut oil and maybe this would help me with my skin issues? I’ll have to pick some up soon!

  2. I love fractionated coconut oil. Unlike the “whole” coconut oil, fractionated doesn’t spoil so quickly. The fractionated will last years and doesn’t turn solid at room temp. If you want to save on your fractionated coconut oil you can get a 14 ounce bottle for about $6.50 at Bulk Apothacary. They also carry “whole” coconut oil for less than $4.00 for a 14 ounce bottle. I also get my Jojoba oil there. It’s also very good for skin and hair. If you want your oils scented you can get both essential oils and perfumed oils at Bulk Apothacary or use the warming oils from BBW or Body Shop. I like to add cinnamon scented oil to my body oil in the winter for that warm, cozy feeling. Peppermint is nice for summer too. I hadn’t thought of putting my oils in spray bottles but I may try that. Normally I just stand in the shower and pour it into my palm. A spray bottle might be less messy. Great article, I look forward to reading more.

  3. I would love this

  4. Dorothy, great info, thank you!!