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Jas76 05-29-2013 10:34 PM

Grapeseed oil?
 
I love GSO in my hair, and I had heard it was great as an eye makeup remover.

I tried it tonight and it WAS great for removing the makeup, but when I put my cleanser on over that (cetaphyl gentle) it just sort of spread the oil around my face.

So... GSO on your face? Breakouts? Give me your tips, please! :)

spiderlashes5000 05-30-2013 09:09 AM

I use GSO to remove my eye make up. Then I just wash my face w/ a wash cloth, soap and warm water. (I don't use cleanser. Occasionally, I have used baby wipes, tho.)

Maybe you used too much GSO?

Jas76 05-30-2013 12:06 PM

I just used a few drops on my eyes, tho!

I will make another attempt and see how it goes! I'll probably rinse more before using the soap this time! ;)

I get tempted to try the oil cleanse method every now and then, but just can't bring myself to go for it! Lol!

The New Black 05-31-2013 07:53 AM

Did you make sure to wipe the oil off before washing with the cleanser?

Jas76 05-31-2013 08:11 AM

I did, but not thoroughly. I assumed the soap would take it off! Not so much with Cetaphyl Gentle...

spiderlashes5000 05-31-2013 09:19 PM

I pull a big cotton ball in half and use each half for each eye. I put a couple of drops of GSO on each half cotton ball, wipe the makeup off, and then like turn over to the clean side of each half cotton ball and kinda wipe up the greasy, black mess.

john1 08-17-2013 10:57 AM

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Sarxh 08-17-2013 01:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jas76 (Post 2175507)
I did, but not thoroughly. I assumed the soap would take it off! Not so much with Cetaphyl Gentle...

Im going to buy a new cleanser today, and have been considering Cetaphil Gentle. How do you like it? I have dry, mildly acne prone skin.

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NvmbrCurlss 08-17-2013 09:58 PM

I use cetaphil gentle and it did NOT remove the GSO to remove eye makeup. Unfortunately I DID break out around my eyes, but I have super reactive skin and definitely used too much:( I love it for my hair tho:)


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LowP: SheaM Deep Cleansing
RO: Suave Coconut
LI: KCKT (mixed w/ GSO or EVOO)

JujuCurlyGirl 08-18-2013 11:44 AM

I haven't used GSO on my face but I did try the oil cleansing method. My face broke out like CRAZY with coconut oil, Shea butter, and safflower oil. I use straight castor oil to remove my makeup and cleanse my face and I love it. I tone and moisturize afterwards and everything is everything :-P

Sarxh 08-18-2013 11:49 AM

Thank you, I ended up getting Spectro Jel Cleanser for Blemish Prone Skin, as my skin breaks out easily, and while I don't have acne, my chin and nose are such trouble areas. Its a very no frills cleanser lol, but I like it. Haven't tried it with makeup on but I fill my brows lightly with powder each day since theyre naturally sparse and it took that off easily so we'll see.

poxyfairyplume 09-07-2013 07:27 AM

Pretty much any oil is great for removing makeup, especially olive oil. I actually wash my whole face with oil. Try wetting a washcloth with hot water, set it over your eyes until it starts to cool, then wipe. Do this 3 times and you should be able to get most of it off :)

Castor oil is the most cleansing oil, but can be drying. I personally love a mixture of 80% sunflower oil and 20% castor oil.


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