Balancing Cleansing Oil with Thyme
Thyme and cleansing oils help to break down acne-causing bacteria. This cleansing oil goes down deep to remove oil and impurities, helps balance and heal with plant actives, and doesn't strip the skin's natural barrier. What's left behind is a fresh feeling of clean skin - not greasy skin. It's good, clean fun.
Earth Day Beauty Award Winner ~ Best Cleansing Oil in the Acne Zapping Category.
New to this treatment and new to our Skin Suites? We recommend starting with a Getting Started Facial Kit. The trial and travel sizes in our kits can help you discover a small amount at a time. You can mix and match from our Skin Suites to find the perfect Qēt Botanicals suite for your skin condition. Our kits are also great travel companions and can be refilled for on-the-go-freshness.
This cleansing oil is wonderful on the skin which tends to be a combination, active, prone to blemishes, or stressed with rashes and uneven coloration. Extra virgin olive oil is an ancient remedy for skin care and addresses any concerns from acne therapy to anti-aging therapy. This gentle way to cleanse is loaded with antioxidants and Vitamins A and E, and cleansing will leave no oily residue. This formula includes the perfect amount of castor oil to cleanse active skin, and it provides potent anti-inflammatory properties, as well as a natural ability to heal.
The oil from the sea buckthorn berry can help to balance the skin and it also contains anti-inflammatory agents. Fatty omega acids can help restore the surface, and the cleanser helps the skin to remain strong and heal itself. Any itchy or rash areas are also addressed as it is a mild analgesic. Perfect for skin that can be unpredictable with a bit of activity, redness, or acne.
The oils working in harmony with just the right therapeutic flower actives of lavender, thyme, and geranium are a natural remedy that penetrates deeply into your skin. They will not only cleanse but can help your skin heal itself while brightening your complexion. This cleansing oil balances the skin while maintaining the proper level of moisture without drying it out.
Shake and place a small amount (start with about 1/8 of a teaspoon, or .60 ml, and add more if needed) in the palm of your hand. Massage onto your complexion ~ you'll want just enough to allow your fingers to easily move over your skin's surface. Start with a small amount. Many use their cleansing oil to remove eye makeup, or you can use our Supple Eye Makeup Remover separately.
Moisten a washcloth with warm water and remove cleanser entirely. Makeup, sunscreen, and impurities are whisked away without over-drying or stripping the skin. If exfoliating, you can add the exfoliator directly over the cleansing oil before removing, or remove cleanser completely and exfoliate afterward. It's lovely to use every evening. If the skin is normal or dry, it may not be necessary re-cleanse in the morning, just prepare skin for the serum. Acne-prone skin and skin dealing with mishaps may benefit from cleansing morning and night.
Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil*, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Bean Oil*, Hippophae Rhamnoides (Sea Buckthorn) Fruit Oil*, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Flower Oil*, Thymus Vulgaris (Thyme) Leaf and Flower Oil*, Pelargonium Graveolens (Geranium) Flower Oil*, Jasminum Sambac (Jasmine) Flower Oil. *Organic Ingredient
Q. Can I use my cleansing oil to remove eye makeup?
A. Cleansing oils offer a deeper cleanse specific for the general facial area. Our Eye Makeup Remover is formulated specifically for the eye and lash area without over-cleansing the delicate skin.
Q. Can I mix my exfoliator with my cleanser as the first step?
A. To get the deep down cleansing benefits from the cleansing oil, we recommend that you first massage your skin with the cleansing oil. Before removing with the warm washcloth, add your favorite exfoliator with your cleansing oil and then exfoliate as needed.