How to Use a Cleansing Oil | Benefits of Using Facial Oil

How to Use a Cleansing Oil | Benefits of Using Facial Oil

Celia Tugores
2 minute read

Using a cleansing oil has many incredible properties and skin benefits. They work by protecting the skin, balancing and cleansing your skin surface without damaging your natural skin barrier nor the skin microbiome. To learn more about their role in the skin, you can read more in this blog post.

If you already know the skin benefits of oil cleansing, your next question might be how to actually use a cleansing oil? How can I truly benefit from it? Well, here's our best recommendation on how to use a cleansing oil, and also specially how to make the most of your Tailor-Made Qualia skin formula

  1. Apply 1-2 drops onto damp skin and gently spread it through your face (make sure you don't forget to use it on your forehead and neck for a deep facial oil cleanse). 
  2. Massage your face. It is extremely important to give your face a little facial massage in order to fully remove any make-up, dirt or impurity present on the skin. Massaging your face also has extra skin benefits since it improves blood circulation, exfoliates the skin and help tighten the skin. 
  3. At this point, it's up to you if you how you want to remove the cleansing oil. We recommend using a warm and clean cloth to remove any residue but you can also let it sink in the skin. 

If you are using your Qualia Botanical formula, we recommend letting the product sink in, so the botanicals actives present on your formula can fully sink in, achieving a more effective action. If you are double cleansing or deeply cleansing your skin (e.g. removing make-up, spf, or other products), you can reapply a few drops of your skin formula to ensure an effective action of your custom botanical actives. 

I hope you found this information helpful! We make all-purpose formulas, tailor-made to your skin so you can cleanse, moisturise and protect the skin using less. Take our online skin quiz to get your tailor-made botanical formula!

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