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Facial Oil No-No's!

Facial Oil No-No's!

Hi Unicorns! Glad you're back! If you read our blog post last week "Unicorn Universe Selfcare with Skincare!" you should know how to apply our SkinMagic Vanish and Balance Kit! We hope you were able to easily follow the steps and now have glowing skin. This week, we want to talk about the not so good sides of facial oils because everything isn't unicorn dust and magic. Facial oils is the anchor of almost every skincare routine, so below we have provided some basic "no-no's" of facial oil application! 

No-No #1: Harshly Rubbing the Facial Oil on your skin

Be gentle with yourself! Facial oil should be applied gently to your skin. We suggest putting a few drops on your fingers first, rubbing them together and softly patting the oil onto your skin. Harsh rubbing can lead to redness and creating rough areas on your face.

No-No #2: Using Facial Oils too much

We recommend sticking to Facial Oils one time a day. The best time to use a facial oil is at night, because your skin renews while you sleep! Your face makes less oils at night too. It is okay to add a couple of drops to your foundation, but make sure you are not over-dewing it! 

No-No #3: Your Facial Oil is too thick

 Are you reading up on your facial oils? Many times a facial oil can be too thick for your skin type which causes clogging of your pores. You want a facial oil that goes deeper than the surface. Our Galaxy Elixir Facial Oils are light and absorb smoothly into your skin without difficulty!

 

Tell us what you think of our Facial Oils! We love reading reviews!

 

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