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Ok so I massaged it onto my face vigorously for 20 mins everyday for about 3-4 weeks until I started to see loads of little red spots on my forehead.
Its really heavy.
Left my skin worse than it was before I done this (all I had was mainly scars)
Just put a little, that's all. I usually apply it pure and undiluted directly to my face. Been using it for a few weeks. Doesn't break me out and doesn't clog pores like the Cetaphil moisturizer. My oily skin and very oily T-zone stopped being oily and now I look normal. My skin tone has evened out, I don't have to use bleaching cream to get rid of scars. It's worth a try, definitely.
I apply in the morning, and during the afternoon, I apply some more and wipe off the excess to refresh the skin and remove accumulated dirt.
I'll update this in a few months to see if the results are consistent. :)
It calms down pimples, pimples last a few days, rather than weeks.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil is a miracle prosuct that saved me, before acne broke out. I am so happy for my caribg Italian friends, and I love to use the oil for dry skin, and my food. Everyone should know this Mediterranean secret! It works!
I was pretty scared to use any kind of "oil" on my face at all, I always thought oil was the "bad guy" and to be avoided at all costs! However, BP and salicylic acid really do a number on your skin, making mine red and dry and flaky. So I heard some good things, bought a little 2 dollar bottle from Wal-Mart, and took the plunge.
I'm so glad I did! I've never had a problem breaking out from this. It's too heavy to be wearing out during the day, but I gently massage a little bit on before bed and it keeps my skin nice and soft. It also works great as a scrub if you add a little sugar to it, just be gentle and massage lightly. A sugar scrub with olive oil will make your skin feel heavenly. I feel like it's also helped fade some of my scars!
When I was 12-13 I would try to kill my acne with tea tree oil. Lo and behold, when you are 12 and have no idea what moderation is, you completely kill your skin lol. My whole face was completely red, flaky, and sore. It had completely shattered my confidence.
After a good 6-8 months of trying 100 different moisturizers, remedies, and the like, I convinced my mom to take me to a dermatologist for it - but I had to get a reference from my GP. He basically facepalmed at me and told me to sleep with a fair amount of olive oil on my face every night for 2 months, and if I didn't see results from that he would refer me to a derm. Within 4 weeks the redness was fading, and by the end of my 2 month term my skin tone was completely back to normal, albeit if I wore make-up you could still see that my skin was a bit flaky.
I'm 19 now and still fight with my dry skin (moisturize, moisturize, moisturize!), and a couple times a month I sleep with olive oil on my face and have no trouble with redness!
I have acne prone skin, and used this as a replacement to my usual moisturizer for a few weeks. My goodness, I noticed little bumps and whiteheads forming at first, then all of a sudden my face exploded with acne like I haven't seen since my teen years.
Olive oil may work great if you have normal skin and not prone to breakouts, but for me it really clogged up my face and made things so much worse. I guess the oil was too suffocating, trapping dead skin cells and feeding the acne bacteria in my face. Anyway, stay clear of this stuff unless you have naturally normal acting skin.
I have been using this as a moisturizer in the morning and night for a few weeks. At first I was using way too much, so my skin actually ended up being drier (probably because my skin stopped producing its own oil). Now I wash my face with a mild cleanser and then apply a little bit of olive oil (maybe 3-4 drops?) to my face while it's wet. I keep rubbing it in until all of the water and oil have been absorbed, which does not take very long. I am sensitive to a lot of skin care products, as most things break me out, and while results vary a lot from person to person, I would encourage you to try out olive oil and see how it goes for you.
During the winter my skin gets so dry and flaky that I can peel it off, and it just makes make up look disgusting. I decided to try applying olive oil to my face once a week, and it did wonders! I mixed it with sugar to exfoliate and remove the dry skin, and it made my skin so soft, smooth, and healthy looking.
I apply it with my fingers, let it set for 5-15 minutes, and rinse it off in the shower. I follow with my normal facial cleanser and the acne.org regimen. I do this once a week, and my skin looks better than ever!
Also, this did not cause me to break out at all, but it also didn't help my acne. It's simply a moisturizer. I've had bad experiences with jojoba oil, and even though this is much thicker and doesn't absorb much into skin, it made my skin softer and didn't have any bad consequences.
I definitely recommend this!