I recently received a sample sized DHC Deep Cleansing Oil treatment. It was sent in a “mom” package with goodies for my son and the Cleansing Oil was my bonus. The card in the box said that the Oil would give me clean, fresh, glowing skin. I typically do not use oil products as my skin is combination and the last thing I need is more oil. However, living on the East Coast in winter, with heaters running everywhere my skin is very dry.
I found that the oil did an amazing job at removing makeup at the end of the day and hydrating my skin. It even removed waterproof eyeliner and mascara easily, without a greasy feeling. The oil once emulsifies with water it turns into a lotion that rinses completely and gives you a fresh feeling. I continued to use the product over two weeks and found that my skin looked better and my complexion had improved.
Try the Deep Cleansing Oil if your skin is like mine or you are looking for a new product to try.
You know that it is fall when you walk by a coffee shop and can smell the aroma of pumpkin infused into the coffee or in the loaves of bread fresh out of the oven. However, what you may not realize is that pumpkin is a great skin ingredient. It has natural exfoliating acids and anti-oxidants that are great for resurfacing and re-texturing. Pumpkin works on calming breakouts down, brighten your skin and soften the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Here is a great homeade recipe that I came across a year ago and it is a favorite of mine and can be used for all skin types.
1/4 cup pumpkin
1 teaspoon almond milk (if you have dry skin)
1/2 teaspoon of honey (if you have dry skin)
1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar (if you have oily skin)
Puree 1/4 cup of fresh pumpkin into a thick paste then add the egg. If you have dry skin add the almond milk and honey. For oily skin skip the milk and honey instead use apple cider vinegar. Mix well and apply the mask and leave on for 10 to 20 minutes. Rinse with cool water.