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If you are new to our range then we recommend that you try sample sizes first.
We also recommend that you perform a straightforward skin patch test before you start using them. Here's what you do;
As with any product, if you experience any reaction at any time, stop using the product immediately!
Cold Pressed Oils
You can use all of our organic cold pressed oils in many ways and here are some extra suggestions;
Argan oil is a fantastic hair treatment. Add a few drops of oil to your hands and run them through your hair. Leave for a few minutes and then wash your hair as usual.
Rosehip seed oil makes an excellent facial treatment. Apply a few drops to clean fingertips and gently apply it onto your face where it needs special attention. It can help fine lines, wrinkles and scarring. Use a little more oil on your decolletage and neck area to help refine the skin.
Hemp oil is soothing for very dry skin and can help with eczema but it is also really good for oily skins too as it helps moisturise and condition. It is a 'short' oil, similar to rosehip in that sense and this means that it is quickly absorbed by your skin. Apply a few drops to clean fingertips and gently apply the oil onto your face.
Jojoba oil is very similar to your skin's own sebum and so it's very easily absorbed. Use it to improve nail cuticles by massaging oil into them. Or apply a tiny amount when styling your hair to protect hair against split ends. It also makes a light body moisturiser.
Our moisturisers are very rich and you only need a small amount to moisturise. Apply a pea size amount to clean skin and gently massage in. Allow your skin to absorb the cream and then apply more if required.
The creams can be mixed with foundation too. This really works well to give an extra boost and to stop foundation looking 'caked'.
For an extra treat at the gym or spa, cleanse your face, apply cream and then relax in a sauna. A wonderful, deep moisturising treatment!
Our creams are designed to melt on contact with your skin so that they can be absorbed easily. They should always be stored in a cool, dry place, away from direct heat or light sources.
If you live in a hot country, it may be best to keep your cream in the fridge otherwise your cream may become very soft or melt. If this should happen, put it in the fridge for about 20 minutes or until firmer and it should return to its normal consistency. This does not impair the cream and it will still be fine to use.
Apply a small amount of exfoliant to clean fingertips and massage over your face in gentle, light, circular movements. Avoid the eye area. Massage lightly for effective micro-dermabrasion; if you are too harsh you may scratch or damage your skin. Rinse off with warm water. Use every 7-10 days to give your new skin cells a chance to develop and avoid over-stripping skin cells which can lead to redness and irritation.
Apply a small amount of face wash to wet hands and make a lather. Gently massage over your face, being careful to avoid the eyes as the wash may sting. Rinse off with warm water.
Apply the organic face toner to a cotton pad and sweep over your face to remove all final traces of make up. You can also use this as a spritz, using the atomiser to refresh and revitalise your skin. This works especially well after flying or travel when your skin may feel dry because of air conditioning or heating. It is an effective way to soothe and replenish your skin quickly.
Apply a small amount of Make Up Melt make up remover to a dampened cotton pad and sweep over your face to remove make up. Gently massage over areas with heavier make up. Repeat until all make up is removed.
Apply a few drops of serum to clean fingertips and press them together to warm and 'activate' the ingredients. Gently massage onto your face where the skin requires particular attention. Allow the serum to absorb into your skin and blot off any excess with a tissue.
We don't add SPF to our creams. SPF doesn't suit everyone and we're about delivering nourishing skin loving products first and foremost. That said, you can 'pimp' your moisturiser with your chosen SPF by adding some of your SPF into your cream, oil or serum and get the best of both worlds. Mix the SPF into your product on your clean fingertips then apply to your skin.
If you have any further questions or need further advice then please get in touch - we're always here and happy to help!
Important: this information is provided for information purposes only and it is not intended to diagnose, prescribe or replace the advice of professionals. If you have any concerns or are unsure about using our products then it is your responsibility to check with a professional before using any products that you think may interfere with drugs or medical conditions. Conscious Skincare is not responsible for the incorrect use of products or information. Please refer to our terms and conditions for further details.