Oil Cleansing Method - Oily & Combination skin
Oil Cleansing Method for oily and combination skins by Wild Sage & Co. Our skin naturally produces oil to nourish, heal and protect itself. This oil cleansing method cleanses and balances your skin naturally replacing the old and dirty oil from your face. It is the perfect way to cleanse your skin deeply without striping it of its vital moisture that it needs.
The combination of castor and apricot kernel oils provides incredible antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties that makes it specially useful to fight blemishes and acne.
Almond oil is packed with vitamin A, E and Omega 3 fatty acids, that prevent skin damage and premature ageing, and promote skin regeneration.
Jojoba and rosehip oils deliver deep and long-lasting moisturisation.
100% Natural & Plastic Free
Vegan & Cruelty Free
Handmade in the UK
Suitable for all skin types
How to use
Pour the oil in the palm of your hand and massage firmly, but gently, into the skin of your face always moving upwards. Massage for about 2 minutes, and then let the oil sit on your face for 30 more seconds or more. Apply a warm wet face cloth to your face and hold it there for 10-15 seconds. Slowly begin to wipe off. Rinse your face cloth and repeat until you’ve wiped all the oil off your skin.
Preferably use it at night before going to sleep.
Recommended to use regularly but not everyday until your skin has adapted.
Prunus dulcis (Sweet Almond Oil), Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot Kernel) Oil, Ricinus, Communis (Castor Oil), Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba Oil), Rosa Canina (Rosehip Seed) Oil, Tocopherol (Vitamin E Oil), Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender Essential Oil), Pelargonium Rosa (Rose Geranium) Oil
About Wild Sage & Co
Wild Sage & Co is a family run business that believes in simplifying skincare providing a good and honest product that doesn't impact the environment.
All their products are natural, handmade and cruelty free, and come in biodegradable or recyclable materials whenever possible.
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