Amazing Coconut Oil & Honey Wash

Chemically based, costly, harsh, skin damaging washes and soaps have seen their day. This is what is going on in my shower lately, and I couldn’t be more excited to share.

Not only will making this wash promote the overall better health for your skin, it will save you some time and money in the process. Let’s get started shall we? Making this Coco-Crush coconut oil & honey wash at home is super easy, it only has a few in ingredients.

Ingredients Insights:

Coco- Crush Coconut oil – Rich content of coco-nutrients with wonderful moisturizing properties, all while never clogging skins most delicate pores.

Raw honey – With its well known moisturizing and skin soothing properties raw honey restores skins elasticity, not to mention it’s antibacterial properties.

Liquid castile soap – Gentle, non – toxic, plant based castile soap
(or vegetable soap) gives you wash the right amount sudsiness, minus any of the chemically based foaming agents that reek havoc on sensitive skin types.

Essential oils – Soothes, heals, deodorizes, disinfects, clears and repairs the skin with its antimicrobial and antiseptic properties.

Vitamin E oil – With its antioxidant properties Vitamin E fights against skin damaging free radicals and is essential for skin moisturizing and repair. Not to mention it is the most common ingredient used in many skin care products.

Coconut Oil & Honey Wash:

  • 1/4 cup of Coco-Crush virgin coconut oil, indirectly melted***
  • When your coco-nut oil is in a liquefied state add the following
    • 1 teaspoon of vitamin E
    • 1/4 cup of raw honey
    • 10 – 15 drops of your favorite essential (or combinations of it) oil
    • Stir mixture well
  • Slowly & Gently add 1/2 cup of liquid castile soap
    • Continue to stir mixture slow & gently
  • Transfer this mix to a glass or plastic bottle for regular usage
  • Shake well before each use and follow it regularly to get a soft and glowing skin.

***Indirectly melted = Coconut oil, needs to be indirectly heated up to it’s melting point through an indirect lower temperature heat source. My preferred method bringing coconut to its melting point, which is 76 F, is by placing a jar/tube under hot running water for a minute. Or by placing jar/tube in a bowl of hot water for minute, give or take.