Oil Cleansing Method
What is it?
The Oil Cleansing Method is based on the dissolution theory that we all learned in Chemistry class, "like dissolves like". Instead of using your standard bar of soap or some complicated, sudsy version of a facial cleanser, try washing your face with oil. Bear with us, we're aware that we are asking you to completely go against everything you were ever taught about cleansing.
What You're Doing Wrong
Most likely you are using something along the lines mentioned above, sudsy soapy something-or-another. These "something - or - anothers" are filled with harsh and unnatural chemicals with a dash of alcohol. This combination totally strips your face of all it's natural oils, throwing your sebum production out of whack causing an over production of oils which leads to clogged pores, blackheads, whiteheads and possibly other annoyances.
Why Switch to Oil Change
When you use Oil Change you are dissolving away dirty oil and replenishing it with clean, nourishing oil. There are no harsh chemicals involved. No suds or alcohol. Nothing to actually strip your skin of its oil. It might take a week or two for your skin to balance itself out if you've been using harsher "something - or - anothers, but in the end you'll be happy you stuck with it. You're skin will be toned and radiant!
Step 1. Prep: Give that handsome amber glass jar a quick shake. Grab a clean washcloth and set aside. Crank on the hot water.
Step 2. Rub Down: Pour the oil into the palm of your hand and then apply gently all over your face. Massage the oil onto your face for about 2 minutes, and then let the oil sit on your face for 30 seconds or up to ten minutes for a deep cleanse.
Step 3. Rinse: By now, you should have very hot water coming out of your faucet. Adjust the heat until it’s cool enough to apply to your skin, but warm enough to soften the oil. Probably going to be hotter than the water you usually rinse your face with. Get your washcloth completely soaked. Apply the washcloth to your face and hold it there for 10 seconds. Slowly begin to wipe off. Rinse your washcloth and repeat until you’ve wiped all the oil off your skin.