Oils Based Makeup Removers
A lot of misconceptions have been created around the use of oils. We associate oils to acne and pimples. Blame acne vulgaris (a common skin condition), not oil, for your pimples. Pimples generally occur in areas where you have sebaceous follicles, like your face or back. A sebaceous follicle is a connected hair follicle and sebaceous gland. When a hair follicle becomes blocked with dirt, dead skin cells and sebum (the oil your skin naturally produces), it can get infected. Therefore, a zit is basically an infected hair follicle. Adding pure, natural, and organic oils to your skin care routine won’t hurt your skin; it might even give you the glow you seek. This is because in a makeup remover, you are not letting oils to sit on the face, and using oils moisturizes your skin making it supple and soft.
Now, let’s quickly jump to the HOW of our oil based makeup remover.
Transfer the oil into a clean glass bottle with a pump. A pump bottle is preferred because every time you open the bottle, it is coming in contact with bacteria and other micro-organisms. It is best to keep these away, and therefore a pump bottle is preferred.
How To Use
Take the desired quantity on to a cotton pad and start rubbing slowly on the face to remove the makeup. Start with removing your lipstick, then eye makeup, then the base. When removing eye makeup, leave it on the area for a few seconds before wiping it off. Followup with our Desi Rose Water.