Cleansing your skin with oil is still quite new and may feel strange to those who haven’t tried it yet. A lot of people believe that oils will make their skin go shiny, when in fact it’s a great way to both moisturise and nourish the skin, as well as giving it a beautiful glow.
How to use aCleansing oil: Apply 1-3 pumps to dry skin and gently massage until your makeup is dissolved. When you rinse off with lukewarm water, the oil will transform into a milky formula. Your skin will feel soft and refreshed, without a greasy feeling.
Cleansing oilis suitable for all skin types, including sensitive skin.
Do a deep cleansing. After you have removed all your makeup, use an enzyme peel that contains Salicylic acid to do a deep cleansing, neutralize bacteria and remove dead skin cells. Your skin will regain its former glow, and you’ll prevent future breakouts.
Chapped lips, be gone! Cold nights, lipstick, champagne and New Year’s kisses is a sure recipe for dry and chapped lips. Create a homemade lip exfoliator by mixing a tablespoon of honey with white sugar and gently massage onto your lips. Wash off and apply a thick layer of lip balm.
Give your eyes some extra attention. A soothing and rehydrating eye gel is perfect if you tend to feel a little bit puffy around your eyes the day after. Be prepared and store your eye gel in your fridge for an extra cooling sensation.
Boost with oil. Use a softening facial oil and gently massage your skin with circular motions for a couple of minutes. Your blood circulation will get going again and your skin will get some well-needed colour and glow.