The best skin care routine to remove excess oil, dirt and makeup is an oil cleanser.

You may be thinking face oil is the last thing that would do your skin care routine any favors, however, unlike traditional water based products which have cream, gel or foam texture, facial cleansing oil won't strip the skin of its natural oils and won't leave your skin feeling tight or dry like some other skin care products. Our luscious cleansing oil contains moisturizing and nourishing organic skin care ingredients that will leave your skin soft and fresh after your natural skin care routine.

For all of your skin care products to work at their best your skin must be clean. Traditional water based facial cleansers remove mostly the water based dirt while leaving the oil based dirt on the skin, trapped inside the pores. Cleansing oil works based on the simple principle that "like dissolves like." Cleansing oil will also break up and lift other unwanted oil buildups. An oil based cleanser is a fantastic addition to your collection of skin care products as a first step cleanser.

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Our skin naturally produces its own oil (sebum) through your glands. Add to this, the sunscreens, skin care products, makeup and other products used daily that also contain their own oils. An oil cleanser lifts excess sebum, cleans clogged pores and removes dead skin, makeup and pollutants from the skin. Removing everything the skin doesn't need and leaving what it does without causing irritation, excess dryness and without causing acne to worsen. Other traditional water based cleansers leave the skin stripped of its natural oils, causing the skin to overproduce sebum which can result in even more acne problems. 

Oil cleansers can help lock in hydration and also help balance the chemistry of the skin and its oil production. Introducing an oil cleanser as the first step in your skincare is a great option for most skin types and will help ensure that your follow up products will penetrate better into the skin instead of just sitting on top of the skin.