Coconut Oil Eye Cream




This DIY coconut oil eye cream is so moisturizing, LouAna Organic Coconut Oil might tempt you away from big-name beauty brands. Explore the other skin and hair care recipes in this section to discover more ways to make LouAna Organic Coconut Oil part of your beauty regimen.


3 tablespoons LouAna® Organic Coconut Oil
6 vitamin E capsules
5 drops of your favorite essential oil


Put 3 tablespoons of LouAna Organic Coconut Oil in a microwave-safe bowl. Microwave for up to 15 seconds until oil is melted. Let the oil cool slightly, then pour it into a glass jar or plastic container that has a lid for storage. Add enough oil to fill the container about halfway up. Poke a hole in each of the vitamin E capsules and squeeze the contents into the oil. Now add the essential oil and stir gently. Seal the container with its lid and place it in the refrigerator for about an hour. Once the mixture returns to solid form, it’s ready to use. Store in a cool place. Makes enough cream to last 1 month.


Coconut Oil Eye Cream beauty recipe by Hairspray and HighHeels



  • LouAna on 08.29.19

    Hi Veronica, this eye cream recipe is great for hydration. Essential oils are highly concentrated, and in their purest form should not be used around the eyes. The coconut and Vitamin E oils in this recipe act as “carrier oils” to efficiently dilute the essential oil for safe use, however we recommend patch testing this recipe if you have sensitive skin. Our essential oil recommendations include Frankincense, Sandalwood, German Chamomile, or Lavender.

  • Veronica on 11.09.18

    I’m sorry, was there a response as to what this eye cream is for? Also, you say your favorite essential oil but shouldn’t there be some kind of cautionary statement to go along with that? I mean I’m not 100% sure but I didn’t think essential oils even if diluted should go on the eyelid and I don’t think all of them or any one of whoever’s choosing would be safe around the eyes.

  • Barbara Harvill on 02.16.16

    So is this just for moisturizing or wrinkles or what?

  • Stacy on 11.11.15

    Can’t wait to try it

  • Jan McDaniel on 11.09.15

    From the reading on coconut oil I would use organic virgin cold pressed coconut oil .No chemicals are used and many of the good things are left in the oil.More expensive but safer for you.

  • Ardy on 10.02.15

    I have a lot of chemical allergies, so wonder if just using the Lou Ana Coconut Oil is safe to use on my very dry eyelids? I’m concerned about if it would affect vision if any of it got into the eyes?

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