The uplifting aroma of coconut, cocoa and sweet orange make this cleansing oil a delight to use, and its high mono/low PUFA, non-stripping formulation will remove make up, cleanse gently and effectively and restore balance to the skin's own oil production.
Good for all skin types, even oily, as like dissolves like; water cannot dissolve oil, so the vast majority of today's cleansers use man-made chemicals to strip your skin of its oil, which irritates it and causes it to produce MORE.
In extremely cool temperatures the product may harden, so just stand the bottle in some warm water for a few minutes and shake gently before use.
Perfect for the Oil Cleansing Method.
Warm 2-3 pumps of oil between your hands and massage on to face - always start by removing eye make up.
Wring out a muslin square in hot water (comfortably hot, not scalding) and place over your face for a minute or two until it cools and the oil has been absorbed.
As with all cleansers, when removing make up a double cleanse is necessary, so apply more oil and repeat for a wonderful deep-clean feeling.
Note: The Oil Cleansing Method may not be suitable for very dry and/or sensitive skins due to hot water being dehydrating, so as an alternative, apply Cleansing Oil to damp cotton wool and wipe over skin, repeat until no traces of dirt or make up are visible on the cotton wool.
There's no need to wash the residue off if you don't want to as it will act as a moisturiser - just spritz Floral Water on top and lightly massage in if it feels too oily.
Skin Food and more Floral Water can be applied as necessary.
Experiment to see what works best for you depending on the daily needs of your skin.
This versatile oil may be used to moisturise any part of the body and you can even use it as an exfoliator - just add sugar!
Take a little sugar (about half a teaspoon should be enough) in the palm of your hand and add a pump or two of Cleansing Oil and blend together with your fingertips.
Apply to the face and massage in lightly using circular movements - don't scrub - then rinse off with lukewarm water.
Alternatively, it can be mixed up in a lidded jar and kept for future use - only use clean, dry fingers though.