Oil cleansing suits almost everyone, regardless of your skin type and is a great option when your travelling or somewhere, where water isn’t largely available.
It’s a common misconception that oil cleansing clogs the skin and doesn’t suit skin with impurities. Scroll down for more information on who oil cleansing suits, how it’s done, and what are its benefits.
Why should you use oil cleansing?
Too effective and wrong type of cleansing is one of the main reasons behind self-inflicted skin problems. We recommend you to leave the foams, gels, and soaps aside and instead choose milky, creamy, and oil-based products for skin cleansing.
Oil cleansing is a highly effective but gentle way to clean even a thicker layer of make-up. It also works on sun protection that typically doesn’t come off with gentle cleansing products. Oil cleansing is also an excellent choice for when travelling to places with limited water resources.
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Gently apply the cleansing oil on a dry skin in rotating movements, and don’t forget the skin around your eyes. Continue until you are sure all make-up and other impurities are gone.
After this, wipe the skin with a cleansing cloth, a soft towel, or a cotton pad you have dipped in warm water. Continue wiping until no dirt or make-up comes off from your skin.
Finalize the cleansing with a toner that’s suitable for your skin, if that’s a part of your skin care routines, and apply face cream if needed.
You can also use oil cleansing to remove your eye make-up! It works efficiently on fat-soluble make-up like mascara, eyeliner, and foundation. Oil cleansing is also gentle on the sensitive skin around your eyes, as the make-up just melts away from your eyes. With oil cleansing you don’t need to worry about panda eyes.
NB! If you have lash extensions, you shouldn’t use oil cleansing to remove make-up from your eyes. However, you can still use it on your skin.