Cucumber+Tamanu Pore Cleansing Facial Oil

Cucumber+Tamanu Pore Cleansing Facial Oil


Henry+Tulā Pore Cleansing Facial Oil is an effective nutrient-rich cleanser that removes dirt and makeup while maintaining skin's moisture without causing any skin irritation. It contains Tamanu Oil, which reduces acne, scars and calms eczema. Cucumber Seed Oil is rich in linoleic acid, Vitamin E, and is an excellent anti-ager, keeping the skin’s protective barrier strong and improving firmness and elasticity. Both antibacterial and anti-inflammatory, this versatile oil diminishes signs of aging while promoting cell regeneration.

Ingredients: Oryza Sativa (Rice Bran), Cucumis Sativa (Cucumber Seed), Calophyllum Inophyllum (Tamanu), Ricinus Communis (Castor), Camellia Oleifera )Camellia), Cucurbita Pepo L. (Pumpkin Seed), Hippophae Rhammoides (Sea Buckthorn), German Blue Chamomile.

How to properly oil cleanse

▪ You’ll need a soft washcloth, your oil cleanser, and hot, running water.

▪ Pour a generous puddle of your oil cleanser into the palm of your hand. Roughly, the size of a quarter.

▪ Rub your hands together to warm the oil and smooth it over your dry face.

▪ Begin massaging your cleansing oil into your face. This will remove sunscreen, makeup, dirt, and other impurities, so there is no need to use a makeup remover or wash your face before the massage. I’ve found that this removes even my stubborn waterproof mascara and concealer.

▪ Using slow, firm motions across the skin, massage the oil deeply into your pores. Take your time and focus on your problem areas. Work the oil into your pores so that blackheads and impurities can be dissolved and steamed away.

▪ Stress is one of the major causes of hormone-induced breakouts, so claim this short time for yourself.

▪ As you’re massaging, let your mind drift off to something calming and breathe deeply. Take this time to relax and release some of the stress from the day. Sit down, breathe deeply, and take your time. Give the oil enough time to work on dissolving the impurities in your pores and give yourself enough time to unwind.

▪ Once you’re satisfied that you’ve dissolved the grime and you’re feeling calm, pick up your washcloth and soak it in clean, steamy water. We want the water to be warm enough to soften your pores and remove the oil. Cool water will not soften your pores, nor will it remove the oil efficiently. Do not scald the skin, just steam to coax your pores into releasing the oil carrying the impurities. You’re essentially steaming our skin as an esthetician would, but without the luxury of a steam machine.

▪ Hold the washcloth to cover your face. Allow it to stay until it cools. You will feel your pores softening and releasing the impurities. Wipe the oil gently away and rinse the washcloth well in hot, running water. Hold the washcloth to your face again, allowing it to cool. Wipe gently, rinse thoroughly, and repeat two or three more times. Avoid any temptation to scrub, as you’ll find it’s completely unnecessary and your skin will be soft, smooth, and free of flakes without the additional manual exfoliation and irritation that will result. Impurities, dead skin cells, and bacteria will be gently swept away.

▪ Have no fear of the oil, as the steamy washcloth will remove it. The castor oil, though it is an oil, will help with the removal of the other oils. It is our main cleansing oil and, despite being thick, it is easily removed with warm water.

▪ If your skin feels tight, take a tiny drop of your oil serum (Strawberry+Gold or Kiwi+Silver), rub it between your clean hands and pat it onto your damp skin. 

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