Coconut Oil: Safe, All Natural Make Up Remover and Moisturizer

Coconut Oil: Natural Make Up Remover

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What’s The Best Make Up Remover & Moisturizer?

 

 

Coconut Oil

The best make up remover and moisturizer! I’ve been searching for the best eye makeup remover and moisturizer that is safe to use. These days there’s a plethora of options that seems to just keep getting larger: all natural, paraben free, yadda yadda.. The frustrating part’s that even though these products throw these “healthier options” at you they still contain ingredients that can actually harm you over time.

 

 

When you’re in a ton of pain and the 3 doses of tylenol isn’t working should you just keep taking more pills? No way! It’s not safe for your liver. Then why on earth would you keep slathering unsafe lotions, cleansers, etc. on your skin? Skin is our largest organ and what you put on it is absorbed into our body. You want to make sure it’s healthy. I’ve found one item that I can be pretty sure won’t cause me any harm. Thank God for coconuts and coconut oil.

 

 

Coconut Oil: Safe, All Natural Make Up Remover and Moisturizer
Coconut Oil: Safe, All Natural Make Up Remover and Moisturizer

 

 

Coconut oil. This stuff is amazing. First of all, there isn’t a slew of ingredients to read through and research to make sure they’re safe. It’s just organic coconut oil. It smells good, tastes good, and it’s definitely safe to use as a skin moisturizer and make up remover. And, I’ve found it works better than some of my more expensive makeup removers! Eyelash adhesive and waterproof mascara is tough to get off but slather ’em in coconut oil and they don’t stand a chance. Hallelujah!

 

 

If you guys give this a try let me know what you think. I’ve included the link to the coconut oil that I use daily below, but you can choose any coconut oil you like.

 

 

 

    

 

*I write these blogs and give this advice based on my own experiences. I am a registered nurse, not a doctor. Should you need medical advice please go to your physician. I am so happy to say that instead of endorsing products I don’t actually use for hundreds to thousands of dollars I choose to select only the products I truly believe in and write blogs in order to receive a small commission on products that I know and trust. If you buy from Amazon via the link I provide I will receive a small commission for showing it to you (you pay nothing extra). This helps me keep my blogs alive and go to sleep at night peacefully knowing I’m not “selling” my followers something I don’t truly believe in. Thanks for supporting me! I hope this blog has been helpful to you. Any questions or comments please add below. xoxo

 

 

5 comments
  1. I have coconut oil at home that I use for cooking, but never knew it could be used as a make up remover and moisturizer! I can’t wait to try this tonight 🙂 Thank you!

  2. I started using coconut oil a week or so ago to remove my make up and all I can say is that it’s amazing. The make up comes off effortlessly and it leaves my skin feeling so smooth. I also started using it as a moisturizer on my face and it has helped my rosacea. Thank you!

    1. Hi Kris! I like to use the round cotton make up removers … you could even use the pre-moistened make up remover wipes if you don’t like the oil residue left. (But I like the oil there for moisturizing!) Hope you like this idea for make up removal! 🙂

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