What does everyone use to get this off of their skin? Sometimes, soap doesn't do it!
Minneapolis, MN - il y a 6 ans

4 answers

Grease cutting dish detergent (hopefully one that is gentle for the hands)
il y a 4 ans
Since coconut is just an oil with no other ingredients, it's definitely a lot more slick feeling than normal lotions and it takes more time to sink into the skin. When I use it for a moisturizer, I always use it at night about 30 minutes before going to bed, instead of in the morning. That way you have a lot of time for the oil to nourish your skin. Usually by the time I wake up and shower, plain soap works well to get it off. Also I would recommend making your shower a little bit hotter than normal, and that helps to remove it as well. Honestly though, because it is so good for my skin (I have keratin excess on my arms and legs and coconut oil is the only thing that makes my skin smooth), I've actually just gotten used to feeling a little more oily than I used to. In my mind, the benefits outweigh the oily feeling of the coconut oil!
il y a 4 ans
I agree with dawn soap. Using a little of the coconut oil goes a long way. When I use in my hair I have to shampoo twice.
il y a 6 ans
Possibly Dawn dish soap, I use this for shaving my head and face, as a moisturizer and for cooking but as a moisturizer I use less than the size of a dime
il y a 6 ans