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  2. Elle

    A couple questions…
    If you don’t do this every night, what do you do on the nights you don’t use this method. Do you just remove make up or do you wash your face with your own mild face wash recipe?
    Also, do you remove eye makeup, such as mascara or eyeliner before using this method, or does this method remove that as well. I usually use olive oil to remove eye makeup, so would I still do that, wipe it off, then apply this oil mixture? Or just start with this….
    Finally, my skin is kind of combinations (sometimes really oily, sometimes really dry) but I am super prone to acne. I am planning on using castor oil and jojoba oil (since jojoba is great for acne), but I was wondering what ratio would be good…
    Thank you so much! I am excited to start using this method!


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