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Coconut Free Product Guide

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Product list that is free of coconut and coconut derived ingredients for those allergic to coconut or sensitive to coconut ingredients. Includes bath, body, hair care, skin care, and more. 

Finding products when you are allergic to coconut can seem impossible. Especially now when it is a really popular ingredient in so many products. 

This guide was put together to help. It is a product guide for bath and body care, skin care, hair care, make up, sunscreen, bug spray, and so much more. All of it is coconut free and contains no ingredients derived from coconut. 

Guide updated for December 2023

Note: These products are listed as coconut free at the time of writing. However, companies can and do change their products all the time. Therefore, it is SUPER important that you double check all the items on this list and make sure that they are safe for you to use before purchasing. I always recommend a skin test before using a product.

green glass bottle filled with coconut free face moisturizer

Bath and Body Wash

Keeping the body nice and clean, but also staying coconut free!

Chagrin Valley Castile Soap

Kiss My Face Olive Oil Soap This is what I use and have loved for years! It’s currently out of stock everywhere but you may be able to find it at a local store.

Papoutsanis Pure Greek Olive Oil Soap This was recommended by a lovely reader who said she switched to this as Kiss My Face has been unavailable. According to her it feels just the same as the Kiss My Face brand. Thank you so much for recommending this and if you need some soap, try this one.

Montana Pure Skin Coconut Free Soap This was another reader recommended soap that is coconut free! She loves using it as a hand, body, and even shampoo bar. It’s a great non-toxic soap that is made by a small business – win-win!

Poofy Organics Vanilla Sugar Soap (contains corn)

Elegant Rose Eucalyptus and Cypress Soap

Baby and Child Care

Coconut free products for the littlest of kids! Includes a few things just for mom as well.

Badger Diaper Cream

Poofy Organics Everything Baby Wash (contains corn)

Poofy Organics Cheery Cherry Toddler Toothpaste (contains possible soy, corn)

Uncle Harry’s Mild Mint Toothpowder (Contains mustard)

Poofy Organics Happy Boobies Nipple Cream (contains calendula)

Primally Pure Baby Balm

Face Wash and Cleansing Oils

No matter if you wash your face in the morning, evening, or both, the type of cleanser you use is key. These products are all gentle on the skin and have different properties for different skin types. 

My face tends to break with eczema thanks to my allergies, so I always look for extra hydration. 

There are lots to choose from here, but be aware that some contain other allergens like wheat or almond oil.

Chagrin Valley Tomato Soap

Dr Hauschka Cleansing Cream (contains Peanuts, Almonds, Chamomile, Wheat)

Badger Rose Face Cleansing Oil 

Badger Unscented Cleansing Oil

Primally Pure Cleansing Oil

Eczema Honey Itch Cooling Face and Body Rounds (contains oats)

Toothpaste and Mouth Care

For more on hypoallergenic mouth care, please read this Hypoallergenic Oral Care guide.

Poofy Organics Happy Teeth Toothpaste (contains corn)

Uncle Harry’s Miracle Mouthwash (contains mustard)

Poofy Organics Happy Teeth Total Mouth Rinse

Uncle Harry’s All Natural Tooth Powder (contains mustard)

Uncle Harry’s Mint Toothpaste (contains mustard)


Next up, how to smell great without the coconut.

Uncle Harry’s Body Deodorant

Crystal Mineral Deodorant Stick (I have used this and loved it for years!)

Crystal Mineral Roll On Deodorant

Elegant Rose Natural Deodorant

Skin Care

After washing your face, having a good moisturizer is essential. Some of these are lighter moisturizers for the day, and others are thicker for the nighttime. No matter which type of moisturizer you choose, these all are coconut free. 

Chagrin Valley Squalane Face Cream

Egyptian Magic All Purpose Cream

Eczema Honey Nourishing Face Serum (contains oats, chamomile)

Badger Seabuckthorn Face Oil 

Badger Damascus Rose Face Oil 

100% Pure Intensive Nourishing Face Oil 

100% Pure Multi-Vitamin + Antioxidant Facial Oil 

100% Pure Vitamin C Boost 

Primally Pure Everything Spray

100% Pure Super Fruit Facial Oil

Ranavat Hydrating Facial Mist

Uncle Harry’s Jojoba Face Spray

Uncle Harry’s Sandalwood Face Mask (contains oats)


When I first started to search out coconut free hair care products, they seemed like a unicorn. However, they can be found! These products should help you on your hair care journey no matter where you are and no matter the type. 

Buying shampoo without coconut can seem challenging. Shampoos do more than cleanse the scalp, they can provide moisture, clarify, and even exfoliate. 

Clean Kids Tropical Orange Burst

Kiss My Face Olive Oil Bar (this can be used on body and as a shampoo or even as a hand soap!) 

Penn’s Hill Olive Oil Castile Soap (this can be used on body, hands, and as a shampoo!)

Alodia Hair Care Black Soap Shampoo

Primally Pure Dry Shampoo (for light hair)

Primally Pure Dry Shampoo (for dark hair)

Poofy Organics Mighty Mane Shampoo (contains soy, corn, or mustard)

Conditioners and Hair Oils

Hair conditioner is usually applied right after shampooing as a means of restoring moisture and closing the cuticle. By helping close the cuticle, it reduces tangles, gives the hair more shine, decreases static, and moisturizes (of course!).

Clean Kids Naturally Mango Hair Detangler 

Chagrin Valley Coco Hair Butter

Badger Jojoba Hair Oil for Dry Scalp

Ranavat Fortifying Hair Serum

Eczema Honey Soothing Scalp Serum (contains oats)

Alodia Hair and Scalp Hair Infusion Serum

Kreyol Essence Haitian Black Castor Oil

Kreyol Essence Haitian Black Castor Oil with Rosemary and Peppermint

Hair Products

Poofy Organics Happy Hair Hairspray (contains wheat, soy, corn, or mustard)

Poofy Organics Mighty Mane Hair Serum (contains argan oil)

Body Lotion 

No matter what your skin care routine looks like, everyone needs a good body lotion. Daily application is crucial for the best results. The body has fewer oil glands than the face, so the body can dry out a lot faster than the face. 

These coconut free body lotions are generally thicker in consistency. I like to apply mine after a shower for better absorption.

Alaffia Pure Shea Butter

Chagrin Valley Vanilla Shea butter 

Egyptian Magic All Purpose Cream 

Badger Balm

Uncle Harry’s Healing Foot Salve (contains almond)

Elegant Rose Whipped Body Butter available in lots of different scents


Every skin type should be wearing sunscreen and coconut free sunscreens make that possible! I found these that are the recommended SPF of 30 or more so that the skin is getting proper coverage. Make sure you re-apply it every 2 hours, and always after swimming. 

If you’re wearing makeup as well, put your sunscreen on under makeup.

Badger Active Mineral Sunscreen 30

Badger Adventure Sport Mineral Sunscreen Tin SPF 50 

Badger Balm After Sun Balm

Elegant Rose Non-Nano Zinc Oxide Sunscreen

Bug Spray 

This is my favorite. You can also make a home mix of a safe oil as a carrier oil and a few drops of tea tree oil, eucalyptus oil, lemongrass oil, and some witch hazel.

Badger Anti-Bug Spray – contains soy 

Make up

Makeup lovers, it’s time to celebrate! Here are some simple finds to expand your makeup collection. From foundations to blush, eyeshadows to lips, here are some great places to get you started.

Bare minerals Original Loose Powder – multiple colors

100% pure cosmetics Fruit Pigmented Healthy Foundation – multiple colors

100% Pure Cosmetics Fruit Pigmented Blush – multiple colors

100% Pure Fruit Pigmented Eyeshadow – multiple colors 

100% Pure Fruit Pigmented Coco Butter Lip Stick 

Chagrin Valley Lip Balm 

Eco Lips Vanilla Lip Balm 

Badger Unscented Lip Balm 

Laundry Care

Molly’s Suds Unscented Laundry Powder (I have used this and really loved it!)

Molly’s Suds Oxygen Powered Bleach Alternative

Misc Coconut Free Products

Poofy Organics Greener than Petroleum Jelly

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  1. Thank you thank you thank you!!! I have an (undiagnosed) allergy to coconut both contact and ingested. I have struggled for years with mild but persistent and unnerving reactions to soaps, detergents, clothes, water, lotions, and all kinds of products to the point where I’m just avoiding health and beauty care products and my skin/hair is suffering for it. While I’ve been able to do mild experiments on my own to determine that it is in fact coconut I am reacting to, I have spent countless hours researching the allergy and was only able to come up with bits and pieces. You have provided such a complete overview in your coconut allergy 101 post and that comment section was so helpful with even more information that I feel I make actually begin to get a handle on this allergy and my reactions!

    I was able to cut out ingredients like cocamide mea since I recognized them easily as coconut derived, yet I continue to have daily reactions and I can’t find the source. Your hidden coconut names list on the coconut allergy 101 blog and the list of products on this (and other posts) are going to change my life! I’m definitely going to get tested once I get my insurance sorted, but until then, I’m Im going to start purging my house of anything with these ingredients and start over. I cannot say thank you enough for this information!

    1. Wow, thank YOU so much for this comment! I’m so glad that you have been able to find this and feel able to get a good handle on this allergy to coconuts. Thank you for sharing your story and I’m so happy that you are on your way to feeling better and feeling more in charge of your health with the lists of products and hidden names and everything. If you ever have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask! I’m always searching out new products and new DIYs to keep things coconut free.

  2. Your work here makes me so happy! Thank you!!!!
    I am trying to cut toxin exposure in my household but my dad and I are allergic to coconut so it’s been tough. These options will save us and lower my worries around the eczema we have as well.

    1. Hi, Amanda! Thank you so much for this comment!! It makes me so happy to hear that you’ve found it helpful. That has just totally made my day! 🙂 Yes, coconut allergies are some of the most difficult in how many products it has been put in. But I hope you’re able to find something that you and your dad can safely use. And check back here as I’m always updating the list and love it when I can add extras.

  3. I really appreciate this article. I have just found out about my coconut allergy and I am struggling to find products I can use. Thank you for sharing!

    1. I’m so happy to hear you found this helpful! Allergies are a community and so if you ever find a coconut free product you love, please tell me so I can add it to the list. 🙂

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