The basic concept of this cleansing method is that the oil used to massage your skin will dissolve the oil that has hardened with impurities and found itself stuck in your pores. The steam will open your pores, allowing the oil to be easily removed. I like to use the steam method. I steam my face with a warm cloth, then apply around 1tsp of oil, massaged into the face. Use gentle circular motions. Use a warm cloth and hover it over your face. Repeat a few times, rinse the cloth and gently wipe the oil off with the cloth. Pat dry.
This blend combines Argan oil, Grapeseed, Rosehip oil and a blend of essential oils to lift dirt and oil off your face, killing bacteria and offering light hydration. Petitgrain works to balance dry or oily skin. Lemongrass helps open pores and remove dirt from clogged pores. Bergamot helps balance sebaceous glands, balancing the oil level on your skin. As you are working to balance sebaceous glands, it might take a couple weeks for your skin to adjust to this new method of cleansing. I recommend starting with one or two oil cleanses a week. Monitor your skin’s changes.
Is should not clog pores. Argan oil can help normalize excess oil on the skin. It is rich in linoelic acid and omega fatty acids and vitamin E. Oily skin should be well cleaned every day and must be well hydrated. it may seem counter intuitive to moisturize oily skin but it is so important to help balance the sebaceous glands if done correctly.
Dry to Normal Skin
This cleanser combines Wheatgerm and Sweet Almond oil with a blend of essential oils. Sweet Almond oil is rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, D, E and fatty acids making it wonderful for dry, itchy inflamed skin. Wheatgerm is known as a cell regenerative. It is also rich in fatty acids.
The essential oils used have anti-inflammatory, anti septic properties. Geranium oil works as a wonderful balancer for the skin. It is also astringent making it great for reducing lines or wrinkles.
This oil cleanser comes with the option of 3, reusable, cotton make up remover pads.