Back in August, I created this Coconut Oil Makeup Remover How To for Nutiva.
I also shot all the images, and this Lavender just makes me calm and happy so seeing the pictures again reminds me to go get a bouquet stat.
I’m sharing the simple Coconut Oil Makeup Remover How To here today because people started asking me, “So do you only use Beautycounter 100% of the time for 100% of the skin and body care and makeup stuff now?”
The answer is, “No.”
The answer is also, “Mostly yes, but not 100%.”
And look, those are items that cannot be made. Well, I’m sure they can be, and I’m sure you could Google how to’s for it all, but I sure as heck am not about to attempt a formula for a concealer that is better than the Beautycounter one. Trust me, it has the powers to hide all the things. Critical Y’all.
Beautycounter does sell an Instant Eye Makeup Remover. I’m sure it’s great. In fact, I’ve been over-the-top happy with every single Beautycounter purchase I’ve made, so I know it would be great.
But these Coconut Oil Makeup Remover Pads were so easy to make and super effective, and listen, I’m definitely not the person involved with the Beautycounter business who is going to falsely tell you that I only use Beautycounter for all things all the time. If I think there is something else that is just as “safe,” natural, and effective (effective = the key here) and can be easily made, I’m going to share it!
So if you want this DIY option, here you go.
Coconut Oil Makeup Remover How To
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The ingredients used include water, Nutiva Organic Liquid Coconut Oil, super sensitive baby body wash/soap, and Lavender essential oil. (Have these made for you with the One-Step Makeup Remover Wipes.)
- 2 cups water
- 3 Tbsp Nutiva Organic Liquid Coconut Oil
- 2 tsp baby body wash/soap (I used California Baby Super Sensitive Shampoo & Bodywash)
- ¼ tsp Lavender essential oil
- 12oz Mason Jar
- Combine all ingredients in a bowl, and mix well.
- Add a stack of cotton pads to Mason Jar.
- Pour coconut oil makeup remover mix over cotton pads until completely saturated.
- Cover, and store until you're ready to use.
Yes, totally that easy and yes, I use these all the time.
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