Denver has low humidity and a dry Alpine Desert Climate, so "drying" soaps can be a problem here as well.
I agree with @KiwiMoose
-- I soap at 0% - 5% depending on the formula. Adjusting your coconut oil / cleansing number down a little might be a better option. Also, "The longer the cure, the better the soap"
. It may be too soon to judge whether your current batch is drying or not. Give it some time before adjusting the formula. All soaps "peak" at different times. If you use it too soon, that may be what is causing the dryness. That is something you will learn over time.
For example, I can start using ZNSC
with its dense creamy lather on my face at the 2-week mark, although it does get better the longer it cures. It is NOT drying at all; just the opposite. 4-6 weeks is standard for other bars. I no longer make soaps that take 3 months to a year to cure like some formulas do.