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  4. Sephora

    Hi, thank you for your amazing article. I have acne and here the combo I want to do and alternate : argan + tamanu + lavender or Jojoba + borage + peppermint !
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  5. Hi I have been on this journey of doing everything natural for my skin for the past 2-3 weeks. I just absolutely love your site and all your oil combinations.I am wondering what oil combination you can recommend for a daytime moisturizer and a nighttime moisturizer?
    I take my makeup off with olive oil and then wash my face with Dermalogica Scrub until I’ve used it all because it was expensive. But I’m also waiting for my all natural essential oil soap with the main ingredient being GOATS MILK.(As an all natural food and everything lover you should definitely check out the soaps Bend Soap Company). After I wash my face I use rosehip oil under my eyes and all over my face but it’s not enough moisture for my face. so it’d be great if you could recommend one of your field combinations as a AM and PM moisturizer.

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  7. Nora Chicas

    I just wanted to tell you that I been using your formula. So far it has worked for me. but i have a question. Could i use more than one essential oil? and also add a little more of other bonus oil? My blend is usually jojoba oil, rosehip and lavender. but Could I add some Tamanu oil and other essential oils to my blend like rose absolute and peppermint? Thank you so much for your help and your blog.

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    is it possible to be using too many of these? i have a toner with witch hazel, a few drops of neem oil, a few drops of rosehip oil, and a few drops of black wallnut hulls.

    i am using this facial moisutizer with jojoba as my carrier and then tamanu as my bonus oil and lavendar as the drops. i also included just a few drops of the neem and rosehip in this as well since i had it handy.. my skin was looking great but suddenly i had a small breakout its only been one day but iunno..

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  42. 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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