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  3. Hi Betty Crunch Blog. I reently started making my own face mositurers. I wondered about using virgin olive oil is it good? Also I’ve been using almond oil with shea butter mixes. Notice it take longer to sink into skin. Thank you 4 advice re argan & jojoba oil sinks in quicker. ps I mix my unrefined shea butter & oil with a mini tool propellor attached to engraving tool which my friend made me. works brill. Must try it your way & melt it. Thanks again from UK beauty therapist.

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