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Topical Oils for the Skin
« on: 01 Jan 15 / 10:21 PM »
Lately, my obsession has been using different types of facial oils, as I hope it is one of the best ways to combat dryness and aging and wrinkling.  I use them mostly at night because oil of course is not a great base for makeup, but I've also bought some empty containers with rollerballs so I can carry oils and apply during the day, especially around the eye area.

The oils I've been using and/or recently acquired and plan to use regularly are: olive, macadamia nut, avocado, coconut, almond, grapeseed, and argan.  Oh, and some shea butter too!

So after a recent discussion here about hair conditioners possibly blocking the effects of others on this thread, I wonder if anyone here has any information on facial oils and moisturisers blocking the effects of others, which to use first or which to use separately?  Perhaps a nice potpourri of them all is good enough, lol.

Of course, when days start getting longer and we get more sunlight, I'll be very careful with wearing oils during the daytime because I'm also obsessed with SPF. :D

Thanks in advance!


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