Some advice on facial cleansing with natural oils, which could apply to the Grotto Facial Cleanser that I make, since it includes both coconut oil and oive oil. From Wellness Mama:

 I’ve also found that even pure coconut oil works great once skin has  adjusted, though it can be drying on some skin types. One friend uses a  half and half mix of coconut oil and olive oil that she blends in a blender to create a cream, and this works perfectly for her.

How To Wash Face With Oil Cleansing

  1. In  the shower or at the bathroom sink, pour about a quarter size amount of  the oil blend into your hand and massage into the skin on your face  (don’t wet skin first). Use smooth circular strokes and let this also be  a gentle facial massage. Massage for at least a minute (two minutes is  better) or until you are sure that the oil has saturated your skin. This  will also remove make-up very effectively, so there is no need to  remove make-up first. You can even leave the oil on the skin for up to  10 minutes to really deep clean pores.
  2. Place a clean washcloth  under very hot tap water (or shower water) until it is completely soaked  and quickly wring it out. Open it and place over your face. This will  create steam against the skin to remove the oils and any impurities in  the skin. Leave the wash cloth on for about a minute, or until it cools.  Repeat if needed with the other side of the washcloth and then use the  corners of the washcloth to gently remove any remaining oil. There will  still be a thin layer of oil on the skin and this is beneficial.
  3. Typically,  no moisturizer is needed after the adjustment period, but if you still  have dry skin, try reducing the amount of astringent oil and using a  tiny bit of homemade organic lotion to moisturize skin. (Read more.)