Coconut Oil Facewash With Tienlyn Jacobson

Coconut Oil Facewash With Tienlyn Jacobson

Nov 23, 2016 By Kapuluan Coconut

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At Kapuluan, we have shown many coconut oil benefits and ways to use coconut oil in your routine. A lot of people have asked us about using coconut oil as a facewash.  So naturally we’ve teamed up with Tienlyn Jacobson again to talk about why a coconut oil facewash is good for your skin and some tips that she does to maximize the effectiveness.

Here’s a summary of points from the video above.

Coconut Oil Facewash – Why?

  1. Coconut oil is the most effective way to remove makeup, if you’ve tried it, you probably have thrown out all of your makeup remover wipes already. None needed.
  2. Coconut oil doesn’t dry out your skin, it actually prevents your skin from overproducing oil.
  3. Coconut oil is a natural antiseptic. If you get a lot of breakouts it’s helpful for that and it also ends up being helpful to reduce redness and rosacea.

Coconut Oil Facewash – Which to use?

Make sure to use high quality coconut oil that’s raw and cold pressed and it has to be organic – no extra ingredients and chemicals please.

Coconut Oil Facewash – How to wash?

We recommend double washing, have you heard of it? It’s exactly like it sounds – wash, rinse, repeat. Because coconut oil is gentle and effective, it’s perfect for double washing.

Step 1:

Put a small amount of coconut oil in your hands.

*Tip: if coconut oil is solid, rub in your palm until it becomes a liquid.

Step 2:

Apply coconut oil to your face just like cleanser with circular motion, then rinse with water.

Step 3:

Repeat process.

*Tip: take a warm washcloth let sit for 10-15 seconds before you rinse and use towel to remove any excess.

And that’s it, try it out for yourself!

We want to know what else you want to learn about coconut oil? Hacks, tricks, how to’s? Email us at and we could write an article to answer your questions soon!

Learn more about Tienlyn in an interview we did with her recently on coconut oil substitutions or on her blog, Thoughtful Misfit.



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