we all need a deep cleansing every once in a while
and this stuff will do the trick!
have you ever wondered what castor oil and grape seed oil
have in common?
they are both great for your skin!
when i say castor oil you probably think laxative.
it's time to THINK AGAIN.
what about grape seed oil?
- oily skin: 30% castor oil to 70% grape seed oil.
- balanced skin: 20% castor oil to 80% grape seed oil.
- dry skin: 10% castor oil to 90% grape seed oil.
- You'll need a soft washcloth, your oil blend, and hot, running water.
- Pour a generous puddle of oil into the palm of your hand. Roughly, the size of a quarter, but more is acceptable. Rub your hands together to warm the oil and smooth over your face.
- Begin massaging the oil into your face. This will remove makeup, dirt, and other impurities, so there is no need to use a makeup remover or wash your face prior to the massage.
- Using slow, firm motions across the skin, massage the oil deeply into your pores. Take your time and focus on your problem areas. You want the oil to work into your pores so that blackheads and the like can be dissolved and steamed away.
- Once you're satisfied that your pores are saturated, pick up your washcloth and soak it in clean, steamy water. We want the water to be warm enough to open your pores and remove the oil. Cool water will not open your pores, nor will it remove the oil efficiently.
- Hold the washcloth to cover your face. Allow it to stay until it cools. You will feel your pores releasing the impurities. Wipe the oil gently away and rinse the washcloth well in hot, running water. Hold the washcloth to your face again, allowing it to cool. Wipe gently, rinse well, and repeat two or three more times. Impurities, dead skin cells, and bacteria will be gently swept away.