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Cleansing Oil 30 ml

Geranium Cleansing Oil


As I have gotten older (like, 70), I can no longer use commercial facial cleansers, so I created this new cleanser that's good for my skin and really easy to use -- a nourishing oil cleanser that can be rinsed off with warm water. Wild-harvested geranium essential oil was the best choice for the scent, with its gorgeous fresh, green, rosy aroma, and known for enhancing skin repair, reducing inflammation, superior toning, and anti-bacterial properties.

I created the silky texture and "feel"; of this cleanser using a plant-based biodegradable emulsifier and a blend of the following sustainably produced base oils in specific proportions:
- Abyssinian oil penetrates the skin quickly and is easily absorbed. This rich oil replaces lost lipids, eases dryness.
- Rice bran oil, full of Vitamin A and C, protects & supports the skin, helps with fine lines & wrinkles.
- Camellia oil, full of vitamin E and anti-oxidants, high in oleic acid, is rejuvenating, and helps condition the skin.
- Grapeseed Oil, rich in Omega 3, 6 and 9 and Vitamin E, high in linoleic acid, is soothing, moisturizing, & nourishing for aging skin.
- Broccoli seed oil, with its silken texture, is rich in vitamins and minerals known to protect and tone the skin.
- Creammaker® (glyceryl oleate citrate, caprylic/capric triglyceride)

Use one dropper of the cleanser and massage the oil into your face. Add a bit of warm water over the cleanser to emulsify it and splash with clean warm water. Pat dry with a towel.

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Our Price: $35.00

The *perfect* cleansing oil, and I do not make this proclamation lightly. Geranium often has a sharp edge, but this golden elixir is warm, soft, slightly peppery and informed by a current of light floral notes. The texture of this oil is impossibly silky and smooth, and its tactile effects are not only ultra-luxe, but it is likewise visceral in its ability to evoke unmitigated joy.
-- Lola's Secret Beauty Blog