If something works for you, keep it up. I had horrible results with coconut oil as well as jojoba oil but my friend does well with both. One thing to keep in mind for others is that coconut oil is pretty high on the comodogenic scale while jojobo is said not to clog your pores. I think though that trying it out for yourself is the best option and if your skin is not broken, don't fix it.
I agree that you should never ever just jump into a new skincare routine. You could definitely hurt your skin rather than help it. Coconut oil doesn't break me out and my skin is SUPER sensitive. But yes...I definitely suggest spot testing instead of just slathering it all on your face. You don't want disastrous results!
you can even use the coconut oil as a cleanser too like if you dont wanna use harsh products. (plus im all into animal rights and a lot of face washes/ moisturizers test) i don't use anything on my face at all other than coconut oil i replaced my cleanser with it and i use it as a moisturizer and my skin cleared right up and old red marks are lightening a lot im so happy i tried it and shocked because when i read about it i was like hmmm another house hold remedy that prob doesnt work but im sure glad i tried it. and its awesome in your hair too! theres soo many uses. makes your hair healthy. good for your skin..it evened got rid of some crows feet i had around my eyes (im only 25). but a friend of mine met a woman in her 50s that looked like she was in her 20s because she uses it everyday..its anti aging!! i use it as deodorant too because regular deodorant leaves white allover my clothes and it apparently can cause breast cancer so i gave it a try and it does work! and doesnt leave white marks all over your clothes lol. it also works for getting rid of yeast infections lol and apparently whitens teeth too. the uses are endless lol. the best one i find is by Nutiva. smells sooo good and it was like 12.99$ but its probably cheaper other places because the store i got it at is expensive for everything
I used coconut oil as a cleanser last night and this morning, my red marks were so much lighter! I might stick to using JUST coconut oil from now on.
The jojoba oil/grapeseed oil/tea tree oil mixture that I'm using might not be the best option for me. I think it's the tea tree oil. I always crave some sort of "medicinal" smell/feel to my products so I added tto. However, it's always been irritating to my skin in the past, so I don't know why I thought it'd be a good idea. Boo. I'll try just coconut oil for a bit