Easy DIY Coconut Oil & Charcoal Eye Liner

Last Updated on July 4, 2024 by Kapuluan

A white bowl filled with gray powder and a wooden spoon placed inside. In the background, there is a bowl with black paste and various skincare tools and products, including a brush, a small jar, and a black stone, all arranged on a white surface.

We’ve put together an effortless DIY coconut oil charcoal eyeliner that only uses a few natural products that are great for your skin and only take a few minutes to make!




  1. Mix all ingredients
  2. Place in a sterilized airtight container
  3. Apply as needed

DIY Coconut Oil Charcoal Eye Liner to Replace All Toxic Ones

DIY coconut oil charcoal eye liner to replace toxic eye liners

Unlike the DIY coconut oil charcoal eyeliner recipe, eyeliner commonly contains toxic heavy metals known to be harmful or even cancer-causing, according to EmaxHealth.

Though these metals are not always added to the products deliberately, being primarily by-products of the manufacturing process or contaminants of raw materials, companies do not reveal their presence on labels. As a result, as of June 2014, consumers cannot know what chemicals are in their cosmetics.

These dangerous metals accumulate in the body over time, as they are absorbed through the skin, and are associated with health problems ranging from headaches, nausea, and vomiting to cancer, neurological problems, memory loss, and reproductive problems.

Most eyeliners comprise thickeners, such as wax and plastic film formers, that deposit the pigment onto the eyelid. Film formers can be acrylic polymers and PVP (polyvinylpyrrolidone), classified by Environment Canada as a medium health priority. In addition, aluminum and bronze powders, which can cause cancer and are toxic to the nervous system, are used for color in some eyeliner products.

Also, eyeliners may contain toxic coal tar colors such as FD&C Yellow 5. In addition, phenoxyethanol and propylene glycol, in liquid eyeliners as emulsifiers, can irritate the skin. Eyeliners also often contain parabens — methylparaben, butylparaben, and propylparaben, preservatives that can disrupt the human endocrine system. Finally, BHA, another everyday eyeliner preservative, is a probable carcinogen that can be absorbed through the skin.

While most eyeliner products can be harmful to your health, as per usual, there are natural ingredients that can be used to make simple DIY products that can easily replace harsh toxic products and ingredients.

Coconut Oil has numerous benefits and is the perfect base for many all-natural DIY skin and hair recipes. In addition, as more people become concerned with products containing harmful ingredients such as parabens, sulfates, and other additives, coconut oil provides an entirely unadulterated option.

Why is coconut oil good for your skin?

  • Saturated fats: These substances retain moisture in the skin cells and prevent further loss through the pores.
  • Vitamin E: You probably know that this antioxidant nutrient promotes skin growth, smoothness, and repair and is considered one of the best anti-aging ingredients.
  • Lauric acid, caprylic, capric: These fatty acids work as antimicrobial and disinfectant agents protecting your face from the pollutants of just being outside.
  • Proteins: While coconut oil isn’t a complete protein, it does contain 17 of the 20 amino acids that do. That makes it suitable for keeping skin rejuvenated and healthy.

What are you waiting for? Try this DIY coconut oil charcoal eyeliner today!

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