How To Make A Coconut Oil Skin Polish

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How To Make A Coconut Oil Skin Polish
How To Make A Coconut Oil Skin Polish. Photo – (with permission)

The coconut is truly one of nature’s greatest gifts to us. As a food source, it is virtually unmatched (of what other edible substance than coconut milk could it be said that it had the potential to be used intravenously in a survival emergency?) And recently, many people have been discovering the many amazing benefits of coconut oil.

Here’s a great recipe we just discovered for an all-natural skin care product that you can easily make yourself. In case you have not tried it, coconut oil is amazing for the skin – it just seems to nourish it and “go right in”, leaving your skin hydrated, supple and super-soft. If you use coconut oil on your skin regularly, I would be really surprised if you did not report a tremendous all-round improvement.

Camp Wander’s coconut oil skin polish formula also comes with the ability to customize the essential oils used – and with a touch of class they give 3 “custom blends”: “Blemishes”, “Hydrating / Healing” and “Anti-Aging”.

This is a fantastic recipe, all natural with not a petrochemical in sight, and super easy to make with readily-available ingredients. These will make excellent gifts also!

Ok here is the link to the full tutorial (via

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  • By BeckyJo Middlebrooks, October 14, 2013 @ 8:18 am

    Still looking for a coconut oil and salt body/hand scrub recipe. I managed to use some of it once and it left my hands so soft, it was simply amazing !!

  • By Lisa Blair, November 4, 2013 @ 2:55 pm

    BeckyJo,I simply take a container, pour about a cup of sugar in it, then add coconut oil to it until it gets to the consistency I like. I make sure my oil is warm so it mixes easily.
    I leave this mixture in the shower stall and use it once or twice a week. I add fresh herbs/essential oils according my current mood. đŸ™‚ I make small batches so I don’t have to worry about bacteria and can change the smell often.
    I also use coconut oil as a deep conditioner for my hair. I apply it about 5 minutes before my shower.

  • By Rachelle, January 2, 2014 @ 11:29 am

    A good basic rule of thumb for a scrub is 2 parts sugar to 1 part oil, just FYI. I like to give it away for a gift. Sugar scrubs are gentle enough to use on your face. I made a brown sugar/coconut scrub that is amazing…and completely nontoxic. I think it’s taken years off my face. Coconut oil is my favorite stuff ever!!!

  • By Barbara, July 28, 2014 @ 3:30 pm

    my dentist told me to take coconut oil for it is good for the brain helps with the memory he said it is good for serval other things for me to check on line so I am sharing this with all of you.

  • By Carmela DeMorest, March 2, 2018 @ 8:31 pm

    Why would you use cornmeal in lotion recipe and what can be substituted for it?
    Thank you

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