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The Truth About Olive Oil Facial Cleansers

Aug 15, 2008
When I say olive oil facial cleansers do you envision an oil slick oozing across your face? This is the picture most people see. But this is far from the truth.

An olive oil cleaner is one of the most beneficial and natural things you can use on your face. It is an all natural treatment and very compatible with your skin.

Many popular skin cleansers are made with chemicals that will clean your skin, but in doing so upset the natural balance. They completely disrupt the delicate pH mantle of your skin. Some cleaners for oily skin even contain alcohol. Olive oil is all natural and will not upset or dry out your face.

These all natural plant based cleansers far surpass anything produced in a lab. Natural ingredients are always a safer choice. You should never put anything on your skin that you wouldn't eat. Skin care products you use, are absorbed through your skin, and into your blood stream. If it is not natural enough to eat, it shouldn't be in a skin care product.

But, back to the oil slick question.

When you first put an olive oil facial cleaner on, it probably will look oily. But massage it in a little, it will begin to lather up into a moisturizing foamy consistency. Then rinse it off. You will be amazed. All the dirt and make-up will be gone and your skin will feel squeaky clean. Olive oil does not clog your pores. It works by dissolving the dirt and body oil that does stick in your pores, so you can wash it away. It leaves your skin clean... not oily.

In addition to terrific cleaning powers, olive oil facial cleansers have wonderful anti aging and anti wrinkling properties. They can give you a spa like treatment in the privacy of your own home, for much less than you would pay in a salon.

No matter what your skin type is, an olive oil cleaner is a safe choice. It is gentle and does not contain any soap that could upset delicate, sensitive skin. It is completely safe if you get it in your eyes when removing mascara. Another big plus! It will clean oily skin, moisturize dry skin, and not flare up sensitive skin. It is almost as if it adjusts to whatever your individual skin needs.

No matter what type of skin you have, don't be afraid to try an olive oil cleaner.
About the Author
Jean Helmet is a dedicated researcher of skin care products. She shares her research on her website - Natural Skincare. If you have unwanted wrinkles, fine lines and damaged skin, visit -How to achieve the best looking skin
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