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August 16, 2013

DIY All Natural Skincare Routine

all natural skincare using oats and coconut oil easy

When being more natural is easy, I jump on board! When I started finishing up all of my skincare products I started experimenting with this all natural DIY routine using only two ingredients: Coconut Oil and oats/oatmeal.

all natural DIY skincare using oatmeal and coconut oil


  1. Splash your face with some water then gently massage your face with coconut oil to break away the makeup from your skin. 
  2. Rinse and repeat.
  3. Put a small amount of oats on your hand and saturate it with water to make it more “mushy.”
  4. Massage on face (while leaning over the sink so oats wont fall on the floor) in circular motions, don’t get too close to the eyes.
  5. Rinse and apply a small amount of coconut oil to moisturize.
  6. Apply some of the oil onto your eyelashes and eyebrows to condition and help repair damage from makeup products like mascara and brow gel.

Video instructions:

My skintype is normal to dry with sensitivity. I used to have a lot of cystic acne but it has gone away with age. I do still occasionally get a blemish here or there and then I’ll substitute my cleanser with the X Out Wash In Treatment (c/o) about two-three times a week until the blemish is gone.

I used to suffer from Eczema but using coconut oil and sometimes extra virgin olive oil after I shower has cured it.

More info on the benefits of oatmeal as a cleanser (by BubzBeauty):

If you have any questions, feel free to ask me in the comments! I’d be more than happy to answer them.

Get 20% off my coconut oil on with the code KINDNESS.


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  • Marjolein

    How long did you need to use the coconut oil before the eczema got better?
    Really want to try this.

    July 7, 2015 at 3:51 pm Reply
    • Rebecca Kelsey Sampson

      I believe the olive oil was a little more helpful than the coconut oil for my eczema since it feels more moisturizing. Coconut oil had more of a lighter feel. I don’t remember the exact timeline as it’s been a few years since I’ve had a flare up but since I had rashes all over my body at the time I believe it must have taken at least two months. Make sure to also check your body wash to make sure it has no fragrance/parfum and is free of sulfates. Those two in particular can aggravate the skin. The current gentle body wash I use is from The Honest Company but one from Burt’s Bees or Yes to Carrots may also be good for you to try and are more easily accessible.

      July 8, 2015 at 9:54 am Reply
  • Issho Genki

    Hi Rebecca,I didn’t know that coconut oil and oatmeal is a good combination. I actually wanted try it since it is natural, thank you for sharing this one.

    October 20, 2015 at 3:37 am Reply
  • Lise

    Hello, I love using natural ingredients on my face but I can’t find a skincare routine that makes my skin better, but I really would like to try this routine. Do you do that once or twice a day ? ( I’m from France, I expect that you can understand what I write ! )

    November 19, 2015 at 4:31 pm Reply
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