104+ Best Coconut Quotes: Exclusive Selection

Coconut is a large fruit like a nut with a thick, hard, brown shell covered in fibre (a mass of thread-like parts) and containing hard, white flesh that can be eaten and a clear liquid. Profoundly inspirational coconut quotes will challenge the way you think, and help guide you through any life experience.

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Famous Coconut Quotes

I like to put coconut oil in my hair if it’s looking dry. It’s so unruly. It has a mind of its own. — Borns

I enjoy using coconut oil – not only for my skin and hair, but I’ll digest it. — Nicole Ari Parker

Use coconut oil; it is one of the best moisturizers. Use it right after the shower on wet skin and then wipe it off with a towel. — Irina Shayk

It’s a lot of scrubbing of my lips every day. I make my own lip scrubs at home with coffee grinds and coconut oil. — Madelaine Petsch

I prefer ‘cooling foods’ for the summer – lots of fruits like watermelons, a few strands of kesar with raisins that have been soaked overnight, and lots of coconut water. Dinner is usually dahi chawal. I am a big foodie, so depending on my cravings, I indulge – maybe pasta or risotto. — Alia Bhatt

I am a believer in nutrient timing and supplementation, through 8Zone. I love eggs, apples, wild fish, leafy greens, brown rice, pasta, oatmeal, home grown Washington Potatoes, and cooking with coconut and olive oils. — Apolo Ohno

I ran a 100-mile marathon, and I was powered by coconut water. — Jesse Itzler

Yo, people are saying Tyga had the biggest comeback. Tyga? Tyga! Lime in the coconut Tyga? Yo, get out of here. — Soulja Boy

I make a mean coconut macaroon. — Melissa McCarthy

Mustard oil is not popular in Kerala at all. We have coconut oil and refined oil. I’ve tried some sweets and, of course, the famous fish, hilsa! I have a cook here with me, so he made it in our style. — Mammootty

I will take off my makeup with wipes and then wash my face again. Then, I use a toner, moisturizer, and under-eye cream. I love vitamin E oil and coconut oil. — Kylie Jenner

I seem to go through phases with collecting stuff: vintage Japanese men’s magazines, coconut monkey carvings, ’70s belt buckles. — Michael Bastian

I drink a lot of coconut water. It balances out all the other toxic stuff I put into my body. — Rihanna

Increase your consumption of healthful fats like extra virgin olive oil, avocado, grass-fed beef, wild fish, coconut oil, nuts and seeds. At the same time, keep in mind that modified fats like hydrogenated or trans fats are the worst choices for brain health. — David Perlmutter

I grow tomatoes, spinach and melons, a pepper vine climbs my coconut tree. I have a home and kitchen of my own. — Amala Paul

I have always kept my beauty regime super simple, but I would say discovering you could use coconut oil to take off eye-makeup remover has been a game changer. — Ella Woodward

I use coconut oil every single day. I apply coconut oil on my whole body for moisturising. The oil can also be used as make-up remover, as it is light-based and is not sticky. — Nargis Fakhri

Natural beauty products are a must! I use coconut oil-based RMS makeup, and I slather almond oil on my hands to soak while I watch a movie. — Phoebe Tonkin

I use Palmers Coconut Oil for my skin. My hair routine is thorough: I hot-oil my hair every two Sundays after games, top it up with coconut oil every third day, and deep condition my hair every two days. — Nikita Parris

My neighborhood, Coconut Grove, we always played in the streets. It was corner against corner. We all had football teams. Different neighborhoods. — Frank Gore

Coconut oil is one of the most beneficial sources of fat. It is comprised of medium-chain fatty acids or MCFAs, which are easier to break down and metabolize into energy than large-chain fatty acids, which are often stored in the body as fat for later use. — Marcus Samuelsson

Southern India has an abundance of coconut, so the coconut chutney hails from there. Eastern India Bengal produces mustard oil, which is used in its traditional tomato chutney. — Maneet Chauhan

I drink coconut water before my workouts. It has just the right amount of calories and electrolytes to get me going. My body has actually started craving it. — Jennifer Morrison

I’ll use shea butter to moisturize my skin, or coconut oil. — Indya Moore

I used to walk to Altman’s on Saturdays for lunch at the Charleston Garden, which had a coconut cake that is still my favorite food in the world. — Adriana Trigiani

Coconut water is just the best for you; it’s always something we had in Brazil. Since I was a little girl, I’ve been drinking it. — Adriana Lima

A plant-based diet has actually simplified my life in so many ways. For breakfast, I try to get my first serving of fruits and nuts for fuel. I’m completely addicted to coconut water for the electrolytes and hydration. — Michelle Forbes

It’s one thing to talk the talk; it’s another thing to walk after getting whacked with a coconut. — Roddy Piper

I will do crazy skincare things in the kitchen… I love coconut oil, so if I come home at night feeling all dry and like a fossil, I’ll put my hand in a jar of coconut oil and just mush it over my face. — Suki Waterhouse

If I have my breakfast after my workout, I’ll do a shaker with whey protein, chia, greens powder, and maca. When I get out, I’ll put ice in the shaker with coconut water, shake it, and have it for breakfast. — Anna Kaiser

I was sometimes called ‘coconut’ when I was at school. — David Oyelowo

I love making Italian food. And coconut chicken. — Joe Jonas

I don’t really wear perfume. I use Victoria’s Secret sometimes. They have this Coconut Passion spray. But fragrances can give me a bit of a headache. — Kylie Jenner

I love to make scrubs at home. My favorite is a mixture of brown sugar and coconut oil. So simple yet so effective! — Ayesha Curry

I’m just taking care of myself: Eating less, exercising more, drinking a lot of coconut water. — Jennie Garth

I have a coconut oil stick, which I use for everything – on my eye lids to make them shinier, on my lips, and on any dry skin. — Georgia May Jagger

I use products with coconut oil in them all over my skin. — Hannah Teter

I use coconut oil in my cooking and as a beauty product. It’s great for sauteing and baking and makes the best moisturizer and hair treatment. I’m coconut-oil obsessed! — Katie Lee

I started training at a local gym in New Jersey, and the day of my high school graduation, I packed up everything in my car and moved to Coconut Creek, Florida, where I trained with one of the best gyms in the world, American Top Team. — Sonya Deville

When you’re confined to a hospital bed, there aren’t many appointments you can make. You await visits from friends and family members. You enjoy the coconut ice cream they smuggle in. You tolerate the erratic and invasive visits of doctors and nurses, hoping that one of them will bring you closer to going home. — Josh Gondelman

I can’t live without coconut oil. — Stella Maxwell

Samuel Beckett’s ‘Waiting for Godot,’ billed as ‘the laugh sensation of two continents,’ made its American debut at the Coconut Grove Playhouse, in Miami, Florida, in 1956. My father, Bert Lahr, was playing Estragon, one of the two bowler-hatted tramps who pass the time in a lunar landscape as they wait in vain for the arrival of a Mr. Godot. — John Lahr

The fact that I was black and desirous to do my work, the other kids would call me a coconut, as if I were somehow attempting to be white. The bullying was real: I’d get punched, spat at, terrible things. — David Oyelowo

I drink bullet coffee, and I make it myself because I hate coffee. I get a shot of raw coffee, mix it with butter from grass-fed cows and coconut milk. It’s amazing! — Huda Kattan

It’s amazing, coconut oil. I use it as a moisturizer. I put it in my hair when I want a kind of greasy look. I take off my makeup with it. I put a little bit in my coffee. I have coconut oil with everything. — Lykke Li

I make an awesome soup with coconut milk and shrimps; it takes me five hours to prepare the whole thing. It does become very spicy, but you can definitely taste all the ingredients. — Mads Mikkelsen

Protein bars, protein flapjacks, protein granola, protein ice cream and protein coconut water… To look at the health-food aisles, you’d think that protein was a substance no one could overeat. Even bread now comes in protein-enriched form. — Bee Wilson

I don’t use coconut enough – in food, on my body. — Ad-Rock

The most classic French dessert around the holidays is the Christmas log, with butter cream. Two flavors. Chocolate and coconut. My first job in the kitchen when I was a boy was to make these Christmas logs. — Alain Ducasse

I really focus on natural products, so I love using unrefined products instead of refined ones. I swap white rice for brown rice or quinoa. I use brown rice pasta instead of regular pasta, nut milk or oat milk instead of dairy milk, and coconut yogurt instead of cows’ yoghurt, etc. — Ella Woodward

I’ve tried coconut water straight up before, and to me, it’s a little funky. — Yvonne Strahovski

I love cakes. Chocolate and coconut cakes. I love that combination! — Adriana Lima

I carry lots of oils, since I have the driest skin in all the land! I switch up my facial oils, and I make them myself with coconut oil and tea tree oil. — Olivia Holt

I don’t really have a beauty routine. I always use coconut oil, and I always wear mascara. That’s kind of it! I’m pretty simple. — Zoe Kravitz

I always moisturise in the morning, put my make-up on, and at the end of the day I take it off with coconut oil, wash my face, moisturise, and so often, that’s it. — Ella Woodward

When you shampoo your hair, you’re trying to get the oil out of your roots, but you really want the rest of your hair to maintain its moisture. When you put coconut oil on the ends, the shampoo gets oil out of the roots, but also protects the ends. — Blake Lively

I’m always cooking big veggie curries for friends with tons of spices, coconut milk, chilli – I’ll saute potatoes in the spices, then cook them with all the flavours and stir in some chickpeas and spinach at the end before serving it on a bed of sesame brown rice. It’s easy to do and tastes amazing! — Ella Woodward

How can I tell if I was born hating coconut or developed a hatred of coconut because my father distrusted it as an ingredient? — Mae Martin

The first thing I do whenever I go to Thailand is seek out the closest restaurant or stall selling mango-and-sticky rice: it’s a little hillock of glutinous rice drenched in lashings of coconut milk and served with fresh mango. — Hanya Yanagihara

Coconut milk is the only thing on this planet that comes identically to mother’s milk. — Dick Gregory

Making a bougie, expensive beauty brand wasn’t helping the mission or very fun for me. We can all be united by that $12 coconut balm. You don’t need to charge an arm and a leg. — Emily Weiss

In our house, we do everything whole: whole milk and full-fat cheeses. And I use ghee and coconut oil for cooking. — Kourtney Kardashian

Use coconut oil to remove makeup, and do it before going to bed. — Disha Patani

We had an interesting thing at that first dinner. It was prior to the availability of several new hotels in Los Angeles, and we were more or less committed to the old Ambassador Hotel that has the famous Coconut Grove. — Lew Wasserman

I’ll admit that I do quite like drinks that come in coconut shells. So there’s always that. — Danica McKellar

My favorite food is macaroni and cheese that my grandma makes. My favorite drink has to be Vita Coco coconut water. — Sloane Stephens

I have fruit juices, cucumber juice and coconut water to cool myself in the hot weather. — Lara Dutta

Coconut is one of those love-hate ingredients. — Marcus Samuelsson

My brother shaved a cricket bat out of a coconut branch… we played cricket with anything we put our hands on – a hard orange, a lime, a marble – anything we could use in the backyard or the streets. — Brian Lara

Coconut oil is one of them. I call it miracle oil because you can literally do everything with it. I have it in the kitchen, and then I also have it in the bathroom. It’s great as a hair mask, too; I actually put it on my hair yesterday. — Kristin Cavallari

Coconut oil is a must for everything. It is fresh from the earth, so it naturally works to moisturize my scalp, skin, hair and even helps to remove eye makeup. It also smells delicious. You can buy it at a beauty store or the grocery store. — Jillian Hervey

I sleep in coconut oil. I just soak in it… in my hair, on my face, on my skin, all over – it’s kind of my thing. — Sofia Richie

I don’t really use any face products anymore because they make me break out. I like natural remedies. I usually put honey on my face. Sometimes, I put sugar in it so it’s an exfoliant, too. I add raw coconut oil, which is good as a face wash and a moisturizer. — Kali Uchis

I’m really into coconut oil for everything. I cook it, eat it, put it in my hair, and use it as body lotion. I put it on my face, too – day cream, night cream, whatever. I love the smell. It reminds me of the beach. I’m not particular on what brand as long as it’s organic. — Juliette Lewis

I take off my makeup with coconut oil some nights. It sounds like it would clog your pores, but I swear it’s saved my skin. — Madison Beer

Coconut oil. I rub it through my hair, all over my skin, all over my body. Natural’s the better way to go. — Poppy Delevingne

I like to start my day with a glass of coconut water, some protein powder, and a mix of things – goji berries, flax seeds, hemp seeds, even the flesh of a coconut or anything with a lot of fibre. I often add bananas, or eggs – fried or boiled – to my breakfast. — Nargis Fakhri

If you take 12 waters from the coconut – not the ones you buy in the store, although that’s good – but the fresh coconuts, the little brown ones with the three eyes, if you take 12 of those within 24 hours, your blood will go back to the way it was when you were born. — Dick Gregory

At night, I’ll do coconut oil or almond oil on my face as a mask to replenish my skin. I’ve found those are so simple but work better than any other product. Coconut oil is so good, but if you don’t want to smell like a cookie, sweet almond oil isn’t as pungent. — Phillipa Soo

A little bit of sun does wonders! With good protection, of course. Vitamin D is just so good for your hair and your nails. I also love coconut water and coconut oil from Whole Foods. It’s amazing. You can cook with it, shower with it… you come out of the shower like a slippery seal, but it works. — Poppy Delevingne

After I clean my face, I use combinations of sweet-almond, meadowfoam, grape-seed, coconut, black-currant, and argan oils to hydrate. Argan is probably my favorite for my face. — Isabel Gillies

Coconut oil is my best friend – I put it all over my body every night. And in the morning, I wash it off so I’m not all greasy. — Alexis Ren

I make a Bloody Mary at home with a dash of fish sauce, a little bit of coconut, and some lime juice. It gives the cocktail some South Asian flair. — Maneet Chauhan

You have people who are so passionate and touched by my work, which is so humbling. But other times, it’s a little overwhelming. If I’m just trying to go to the bodega and get some coconut water, I have to put on a hat and some glasses – those kind of things. — Samira Wiley

We have all had, on all sides of the House – some truly appalling things said about us. I’ve been called a race traitor, a coconut, a sell out. It’s horrible and it’s never the kind of thing that should be normalised or accepted. — James Cleverly

My mother was very strong. Once, she picked up a coconut and smashed it against my father’s head. It taught me about women defending themselves and not collapsing in a heap. — Alice Walker

I happen to love coconut, particularly for that sweet and crunchy texture it adds to any dish. — Marcus Samuelsson

I always make sure to moisturize my hair. I love natural oils, coconut oil. Moisture is one thing you can never go wrong with. — Franchesca Ramsey

I oil my hair once a week with warm coconut and almond oil and wash it after an hour of application. The days I don’t shoot, I make sure I don’t even blow dry my hair after a shower. I also use heat protecting serums and leave-in serums before styling. — Krystle D’Souza

I’m at a slightly higher risk for type 2 diabetes, and my grandmother had diabetes. My hemoglobin a1c, which is one of the measures, started being a little high when I was drinking a ton of that coconut water. — Anne Wojcicki

When my hair is curly, I use Suave coconut conditioner. It’s not a leave-in, but I use it like one. It is so light and really brings out my hair’s curl. A lot of leave-ins are too heavy, but this one is just perfect. When it’s straight, I love Frederick Fekkai Tech Shampoo & Conditioner and their Olive Oil glossing cream. — Adrienne Bailon

While most individuals use the flesh of the coconut in their cooking, coconut water and oil are also known to have numerous health benefits. — Marcus Samuelsson

In the evening, I use a cleansing oil – coconut oil also works – to remove makeup. — Janet Mock

Black glutinous rice works in both savoury and sweet dishes. It’s a popular pudding rice in south-east Asia, where you’ll often come across it cooked with water, coconut milk and a pandan leaf. — Yotam Ottolenghi

I love KIND bars. My favorites are coconut and almond and the dark chocolate and sea salt because staying fueled helps keep me from getting sick or injured. Bananas have also made a great comeback in my life. My kids eat them all the time on the go, which has inspired my go-to pre-run morning meal of peanut butter and banana on toast. — Summer Sanders

You should always read the ingredients in coconut water. It should say 100% coconut water. — Borns

I love making a body scrub with ground-up coffee and coconut oil. It’s really good for circulation, and it smells delicious. I also do a DIY Greek-yogurt-and-honey mask that softens your skin and helps reduce puffy eyes. — Lily Aldridge

I trained with Jorge Masvidal when I’ve been training MMA for 2-1/2 months in Coconut Creek, Fla., in, like, December 2008. I was beating him up then! — Ben Askren

The two basic items necessary to sustain life are sunshine and coconut milk. — Dustin Hoffman

I get on a real serious health kick when I’m on the road, because as a singer, you can’t really get sick. If you get sick, your whole instrument stops working. I’ve done all these different vitamin drinks. I drink coconut water, and I run. I eat food. I juice. — Matisyahu

Coconut oil mixed with olive oil is what I put on my body every day; I put rose hip oil on my face. If my hair feels dry, instead of going and buying something filled with chemicals, I put egg whites or avocados or mayonnaise in my hair. I leave it on there for an hour or two and I wash it out. — Nikki Reed

I use shea butter, olive oil, Shea Moisture – the coconut hibiscus bottle. A mix of that. If I want to do a slick bun, I’ll use Eco Style Gel even though it has fragrance in it. Oooh, scary. I’ll survive. I keep using it because it works. — Ari Lennox

It’s all about salsa with grain chips, tofu, turkey slices, hummus, and coconut water. — Laurieann Gibson

We sit and read the paper in conjunction with having a little breakfast. Usually fruit salad, or I make myself a smoothie with rice milk, coconut water and yogurt. — Tamara Tunie

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