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  1. Dru

    So I disagree. I am a HUGE fan of cleansing oils which instruct you to use them on a dirty face. They are more effective this way. They stick to every inch of makeup and remove it. Even using a toner afterwards leaves you with zero residue. It doesn’t “seal in” anything, quite the contrary, it pulls everything out leaving the skin clean and hydrated (assuming you’re using the correct oil).

    • Deniceyy

      I agree Dru, in fact I use coconut oil to cleanse and it’s fab! All the ingredients in coconut oil make it the best option for cleansing!

    • Ann

      If you read a little more carefully, she does say that other oils could be used for cleansing, and then you use this for moisturizing. The blend she is giving us isn’t a recipe for cleansing oils- it’s for moisturizing oils. I always do both- a blend of grapeseed and castor for cleansing, followed by rosehip for moisturizing.

  2. Zand

    Knock knock! Hello crunchybetty! Your sincere advise please, Quick question: Can I mix more than one nourishing oil to my body lotion because I have got some new stretch-marks on my body… And I’m falling in love with some nourishing oils at the same time… Hope to get a reply from you soon…

  3. Theo

    Yikes, I just combined Grapeseed Oil, RoseHip Oil, Grape Seed Oil and Tamanu Oil in equal parts – is that too much, or can I still use it? I hate to waste it!

  4. susana

    Would this work as eye cream/oil as well?

  5. here my house is on the stove the pan and when it boils, makes excellent humidifier, sometimes even all the walls of this wet, it is a pity that there is no such in the summer because in the summer the stove we don’t drown, here it is necessary to buy a normal humidifier

  6. Sheila

    Can my oil blend lasts several months even with rosehip oil in it? I thought that oil was perishable. Thanks!

  7. finally I found what I needed and perfect for dehydrated skin, and doesn’t bother allergies. you just need to search the Internet, and there you will find what is right for you!

  8. Tin

    i’ve used the method in this article !!! and yeah it works for me in 7 days !!! this is brilliant

  9. I am a bit confused about what you have covered on “choosing the best essentail oil for your skin” section. I use essential oils with diffusers everyday to keep my indoor air fresh and vibrant+fresh. But i have never thought of using essential oil for skin care. But after reading your post i am thinking of visiting my doc to get reference on best essential oil for to take care of my skin.

  10. Yes it’s best products I had use it.

  11. Nice products. everyone shouldn’t miss it.

  12. It might be good working this method,waiting for result.Thank you

  13. wow…that’s great Homemade Ingredient Facial Oil

  14. Thanks for sharing! I found it very interesting.

  15. Anyways, I really like

  16. Anyways, I really like the natural moisturizers!

  17. It is a nice product for our skin. So everyone can try it.

  18. Bennifelle Halaman

    I have been using lytera for my blemishes. Is it okay to use rosehip seed oil and evening primrose oil as an alternative?

  19. Hedge Witch

    I’m thinking of adding in some Bog Myrtle essential oil. What sort of effect do you think it would have on my skin?

  20. Becky Popoola

    Hello Betty,
    I have a chocolate skin. Where is Coconut oil and Shear butter in these list
    both are Moisturizer and humectants
    Thank you

  21. Beside these, I really like the natural moisturizers!

  22. I’ve used the method in this article! and yeah it works for me in 7 days!

  23. Lea

    This article was so helpful! Thank you so much for sharing! I have struggled with acne for so long and I’ve been using the jojoba and tamanu oil with a couple drops of lavender and it has been heaven on earth for my skin. I couldn’t be happier. I can’t remember my last breakout and it moisturizes so well it’s incredible and no icky oil feeling after like coconut oil. I’ve shared this with my sister and MIL and they love it as well. Thank you, thank you!!!

  24. Great posts. Now I am looking for instructions and these products and I’m really enjoyable to read to take care my skin.
    Thank you for sharing

  25. Amanda

    Hello. I’m fairly new to using facial oils and haven’t quite found the right mix for my skin unfortunately. Everything so far has made my sensitive skin break out :( just curious about your suggestions above. What mix would you recommend for dry,sensitive and breakout prone skin? Thank you.

  26. Great posts and it match with my skin problem. Now I am looking for instructions and these products and I’m really enjoyable to read to take care my skin.
    Thank you for sharing

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  28. Hey dear, your information is really helpful. After reading your outstanding blog, I have learned some new things and I just want to share my favorite Experience Fresh’s Seaberry Moisturizing Face Oil. It’s really helpful to get smooth skin.

  29. Jessica

    In order to obtain emu oil, emus must be killed for the fat on their backs. The meat does not taste good and they are never eaten. They are killed purely for cosmetic purposes, which is extremely unnecessary considering there are many other oils that are far better, like calendula oil, which isn’t on this list and is great for sensitive skin. Be kind and please remove emu oil from this list. <3 Thank you.

    • Frankie

      I’m not sure where you got your information but emu oil is frequently a byproduct of the emu meat industry. Emu meat is similar in taste and texture to beef and very tasty. It is also an incredibly healthy red meat having very little fat in it.

  30. Thank you very much for the information, we will be added this to our top 9 rated list.

  31. claire


    i have jojoba oil, lavander oil and vitamin e oil… can i use the vitamin e as the second step nourishing oil?

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  33. Dean

    Very detailed instructions here. Thank you :*

  34. It give me a new information about skin. I will get better skin Thank your post.

  35. This can be really made at home ?

  36. oh, my god. Finally, i have found the article i want to read. This is such a good instruction for me.


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