Exotic Facial Oils – When to Use Them

Facial oils are vastly different.

Some are thick and slow to absorb into the skin.

Some are heavily perfumed to disguise the actual ingredients.

Is your skin dry or dehydrated? Dry skin lacks oil. Dehydrated skin lacks water.

Facial oils work to complement your existing products. Once you get the hang of using these exotic oils that combat wrinkles and give you a glow, you’ll want to use facial oil day/night/day and night.

The new Facial Magic Nourishing Facial Oil is actually a combination of eight oils that synergistically enhance your skin. These oils:  Grapeseed Oil, Avocado Oil, Macadamia Nut Oil, Jojoba Oil, Tamanu Oil, Marula Oil, Kukui Nut Oil, Noni Seed Oil were specially chosen to provide your skin (and mine!) with just the right combination to make not only our faces look healthier but the back of our hands, too.

Use the oil on every part of your body:  knees, elbows, scalp, feet, hair, arms, legs and more.

Tamanu Oil from Polynesia – Skin regeneration properties, including premature aging and sensitive skin.

Marula Oil from New Zealand – Non-greasy, rich anti-aging properties, reduces age spots and blemishes.

Kukui Oil from Hawaii – Crow’s feet wrinkle prevention, strengthens hair, boosts wound healing.

Noni Oil from Tahiti – Treats inflammation, softens dry skin and treats irritated skin on contact.

Grapeseed Oil – Vitamin E and other anti-inflammatory, antioxidant properties, locks in moisture.

Avocado Oil – Soothes dry skin, rich source of Vitamin E, prevents photo-damage.

Macadamia Oil – Rich, yet light, excellent for dry and aged skin, wound healing and healthier skin.

Jojoba Oil from Australia – Vitamin E supports healthier skin, fights free radicals, promotes radiance.

This product contains no fragrance. 

You can add a drop or two to your favorite moisturizer or primer or you can apply it in the morning before makeup. Just use one pump into the palm of your hand, then generously spread the oil throughout your face and neck. Allow this application to penetrate before applying your SPF and foundation. If your face is oily, use less oil and avoid applying oil to oily areas. Are there smidgens left? Apply that to the back of your hands.

At night, use one pump of oil over your last nighttime application…whether it’s retinol or Nighttime Magic, you’ll see and feel the difference when you awaken with radiant, hydrated skin. Just a dab of oil makes a huge difference