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Sweet Almond Oil Cleansing

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I use it to remove my makeup (including eye makeup) before I wash my face. I find if I don't use it, my skin is irritated and breaks out more often.

Thought I'd bring it up because I removed my makeup with it last night and then accidnetally fell asleep without washing it off. Have had a bad week acne-wise, a face full of oil probably isn't a good decision. But woke up and all the oil had absorbed into my skin and my pimples are all much smaller.

Alternately, I've found it can make some pimples feel hard and round, even if I wash it off right after. Does my skin love it or hate it?

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Almond Oil is extracted by expressing the seeds without using heat & consists of linoleic acid, oleic acid, myristic acid and palmitic acid as well rich in vitamins E, potassium, proteins, zinc and a number of other vitamins like A, B1, B2 & B6. It is also full of monounsaturated fatty acids & polyunsaturated. This Oil is very light, rapidly absorbed and helps to enhance the strong, healthy & fair complexion. Most massage therapists use this oil as a base oil for massage to nourish, revive & promote healthy skin. It is used extensively for skin & hair care

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