I know it existed, but it's hard to remember a world where moisturizer wasn't a foundational skincare step. In my six years of beauty reporting, I've lost track of the number of dermatologists who've recommended a basic routine of cleanser, moisturizer, sunscreen, and a vitamin C serum if you want an extra boost. Sounds simple, but there are over 10,000 moisturizers on Amazon, and nearly 500 at Sephora alone. So when multiple people say "nothing compares" to Kopari's Coconut Rich Face Cream, that's a high praise.
Skin type regardless, shoppers on Kopari's website say the cream leaves them with soft skin, fewer wrinkles, and dark spots that faded into obscurity. Those with dry, flaky skin write that the lotion is deeply moisturizing but lightweight and non-greasy, while those who struggle with oiliness say it leaves their skin hydrated and glowing, pores clearer, and breakouts kept at bay. One oily-skinned shopper excitedly reports that they look and feel dewy all day, and best of all, don't have to blot excess oil at lunch — a welcome break from their former routine.
So, what's in the wavy-bottomed tube? According to the brand, an abundance of fatty acids from its prized organic coconut oil and sunflower seed oil, joined by jojoba oil esters, argan oil, shea butter, and an Edible Arrangement worth of fruit and plant extracts. Among them are coconut, apple, banana, apricot, melon, cranberry, vanilla bean, chamomile, and green tea; absent are phthalates, parabens, silicones, and animal-testing.
That bounty translates to exceptional skin-tone-evening and de-wrinkling powers, shoppers say. One writes that since using it they've noticed less breakouts and sensitivity, and another calls it hands down the best skin care on the market. "I'm 70 years old and not a wrinkle on my face," they continue. "No kidding. My skin is never without these products on my face, including under my foundation." Another agrees that after using the moisturizer for several months, their skin is almost entirely wrinkle-free.
If you're living through the East Coast's current cold snap, one person says the Coconut Face Cream has kept their skin soft and velvety despite brutal temperatures, sinking in to dry spots where other creams merely sat on their face. With soft skin and a lovely, light coconut scent, it's almost like there aren't 32 mph winds hitting you in the face.