It only takes a few minutes, and you will have the skin you never thought possible. How does it work? Oil dissolves oil. The clean oil dissolves and wipes away all the dirty oil from your face and replenishes it with the clean, nourishing oil. There are no harsh chemicals involved, and nothing to strip your skin of its natural oil. When you strip your skin of its natural oils with harsh chemicals it continues to create more oil which can lead to clogged pores, blackheads, whiteheads, or irritation. The “oil cleansing method,” is one of the most effective ways to wash your face. This cleanser should be used daily for the first couple of weeks, and then cut back to one or two times per week.
Regardless of your skin type (dry, oily, normal, acne-prone, mature), there’s an oil-cleansing method that will work with your type.
How do you use the cleanser? Massage a small amount onto skin for about a minute. Wet a wash cloth with hot water and ring it out, place the rung wash cloth over your face so that it creates steam. Leave on until cool and repeat. Lastly, gently rub oil off with warm water. Follow up with our natural honey cleanser to get residual oil off. And finally use the day or night essential oil serum to lock the moisture in and get the incredible benefits of essential oils like lavender, frankincense, and oregano! The Honey cleanser and day/night serums should be used daily.
The oil cleanse you chose will depend on your skin type. Different percentages of oils are used for each type, even though they may contain the same Ingredients.
Oily and Normal Skin: Sunflower Oil and Castor Oil
Acne Prone Skin: Sunflower Oil, Grape seed Oil, Castor Oil, Tea Tree Essential Oil
Dry Skin: Sunflower Oil, Avocado Oil, Castor Oil
Mature Skin: Sunflower Oil, Avocado Oil, Evening Primrose Oil, Castor Oil.
Night Serum: Sunflower oil, evening primrose oil, lavender, frankincense, lime, oregano, myrtle, patchouli essential oils.
Day Serum: Sunflower oil, jojoba oil, lavender, frankincense essential oils.
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