One Week of my Organic Skincare Facial Cleansing Oils

I am one week into my new cleansing routine and I’ve thoroughly enjoyed it so far.  I’ve noticed some break outs around my lower chin, which I expected in the first week, since  it’s pretty standard to see your skin act up in the first week of a new skin regimen.  My formula is composed of cold pressed organic castor oil, jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, and rosemary.

Use:  I have been using it two to three times a day, depending on whether I wear foundation or not.  I rinse my face with hot water and apply one drop onto both cheeks, my forehead and massage the oil evenly across my face and t-zone.  I take a towel, place it in hot water, and use it to remove the oil from my face.

I use Shea’s grapeseed oil moisturizer or cold pressed organic refined coconut oil afterwards to help my skin moisturize.  My skin usually feels pretty tight afterwards so it’s important for me to make sure it’s well hydrated internally and externally.


You’ll see here that I have a lot of discoloration around my nose (this part of my skin tends to be more sensitive and peels frequently year round), acne scarring and enlarged pores.  Zero filters were added to this photo.  I am wearing zero foundation or makeup in this photo.  I really do not struggle much with breakouts or wrinkles – moreso bags, redness, enlarged pores and irritation.  I have very sensitive skin.  Fingers crossed that this will work long term, hope you enjoyed my week 1 review.  As of right now, I’m enjoying the product but notice it dries my skin.  I have a little bit of irritation on my lower chin but it’s nothing out of the norm.  I will likely post a follow up week 3 since week 2 usually doesn’t see too much of a difference.

Many blessings.


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