The taste of my new C60 oil is different from my previous C60 oil. What is the matter?

The taste of any oil depends on several factors, among others:

  • the area and soil where the fruits from which the oil is extracted grew,
  • the weather or climate in the growing season and the moment of harvest,
  • the processing of the fruits after harvesting.

As a result, the taste of the same type of oil can vary from one delivery to another. This does not affect the functioning of our C60 oils.

If the C60 oil has clotted, what can I do?

This means that the C60 oil is too cold. Put the bottle in a warmer place at room temperature until the oil is liquid again. Don’t forget to choose a dark place without light!
The temporary low temperature has no influence on the quality and function of the C60 oil.

What is the shelf life of the C60 oils you deliver?

Olive oil has a maximum shelf life of 1 year. Avocado oil has a maximum shelf life of 9 months.
In any case: store the oils in a lightproof place and at room temperature!

Read the leaflet for more information about the storage of C60 oils.

How long should I take C60 oils?

As far as we know now there is no time limit to the duration of the intake of C60 oils.
C60 oils can be taken with different aims. You can take C60 oils to reduce specific complaints or symptoms and/or for your general well-being.
It is up to you what you want to try.

Read the leaflet for more information about the intake of C60 oils.

What is C60?

C60 is pure carbon. 60 atoms of carbon (in the periodic system of chemistry this element is identified as C) are connected to a molecule in the shape of a ball.