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Real vs Fake Batana Oil

A lot has been written about companies selling "100% Real" Batana Oil. However, this is nearly never the case. We are one of the very few companies who holds that claim. We have come to find out that many sellers are selling fake Batana Oil that is being disguised as real. 


Let's discuss the top ways to differentiate real vs fake batana oil.

 

1. Source - Real Batana Oil is produced in Honduras. Period. Fake sellers are selling their oil from China. Please ask to see their certificate of authenticity. 

 

2. Color - Real Batana Oil is brown/orange/tan in color. It is not green. The texture and color of the oil is the biggest tell tale sign of real vs fake. 

 

3. Smell - Real Batana Oil is supposed to smell like coffee. If it smells like roses and some exotic fragerence - it's fake. OR it has added products to it. It is not 100% Batana Oil. Many people sell their Batana Oil with other oils - that's perfectly fine - BUT it is not 100% Batana Oil.

 

4.  Composition - Batana Oil is liquid in hot/warm temperatures. If it is still solid in hot temperatures - it has an added substrate to it. It is very common for your Batana Oil to be shipped in solid composition but arrive in liquid. 

 

 

 

Real vs Fake Batana Oil

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