Oil washing

"it is necessary to wash in the mornings and evenings, and not to wash the chimney sweeps … " – Curious thing, it turns out you can wash with oil. Ordinary vegetable.
At the first moment, it seems somewhat doubtful to fill all the pores of dirty (not washed) skin with fat. You should get the same chimney sweep, only shiny from the oil.
It turns out that it is important how to wash:
–After moistening a cotton swab in hot water, it needs to be squeezed and dipped in oil. With this swab, you need to wipe the skin of the face and neck. After one to two minutes, you need to wipe the skin with another swab soaked in a decoction of herbs or fruit juice diluted with boiled or mineral water.
It is believed that the oil cleanses the skin, protects it from drying out, softens, gives elasticity and elasticity.

The only case when the oil can not be replaced with anything, in my opinion, is the wiping of oil paint. The oil is perfectly rubbed with oil, the skin does not dry, does not irritate. I used a solvent for artistic paints that includes turpentine and linseed oil. The effect exceeded all expectations! Professional artists warned that you can wipe your hands with simple sunflower, but linen is best.
The second conclusion, you need to choose one or two oils to change them, not allowing the skin to get used to, suitable for your skin.
E.Stolyarova offers olive, corn, peach. I like to add esters or herbal extracts to vegetable oils. You have to rack your brain for a while to add this and try it.
Since trying the business itself is fascinating, then try:
it is convenient to choose:
vegetable oil
essential oils

Using a cotton swab, applying the cream to the skin of the face or neck, it is important to adhere to the directions of the least stretching of the skin:
from the middle of the forehead to the temples,
from the nose to the ears, from the
middle of the upper lip to the earlobes, from the
center of the chin to the earlobes
around the eyes, it is better not to shift the skin at all, but the general direction along the upper eyelid from the nose to the edge of the face to the outer corner of the eye,
below the eyes is the direction from the periphery to the center.