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  1. Ingrid

    Great info! You have not mentioned sesame oil and I wondering if you what skin the it might be good for? I have very dry mature skin.
    Thanks,
    Ingrid

  2. Julie

    Question..

    When washing face…do you apply the given amount of oil mixture to face each time you wash? Example
    1 tsp caster oil..1tsp avacado oil 1 tsp Jabba oil
    All at once…

    Put in bottle use little …shake it up?

    Thanks

  3. Darcy

    Hey!
    Ive been using the OCM for about two three weeks now and although my cheeks are literally GLOWING my forehead nose and chin is covered in under the skin spots that won’t go away! I have sensitive skin and have always suffered with eczema. I also have a nut allergy so nut oils are a no go. At the moment I use OCM every night with:
    1 drop castor
    4 drops avocado
    5 drops sunflower

    I almost always have to moisturise after. Is it that I’m using this method too often? Or the wrong ratios? I love love love what this is doing but only to certain parts of my face! Prior to this I suffered with ezcema above my lip and around my eyes and very very rarely had one spot in sight!

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