The Oil Cleansing Method and why it'll change your skin forever!

The Oil Cleansing Method and why it'll change your skin forever!

The Oil Cleansing Method - you may or may not have heard about it before. I personally, have been raving about it for years.

I've written blogs about it  and have even filmed a video about oil cleansing. 

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I started my love affair with oil after using cleansing oils during my time in a skin clinic. They were oils, yes- but highly deodorised and filled with chemicals. So when I switched to a true, pure oil (after much research mind you) I was unsure of the results. 

Sweet Almond Oil was the first oil I ever used to cleanse with. It was an easy choice; readily available, on hand and I'd used it on my body many times. Then I moved to coconut oil, and alternated that with sesame oil. 

Now as I'm getting older and my skin is changing, I need to ensure it's getting all of the nutrients it needs from a range of oils. One stand alone oil just wasn't cutting it. 

So, I decided to crete a blend. And it's beautiful.

Oil cleansing sounds counter-intuitive, especially for oily and acne prone skin- putting oil on oil?! Strange right?

But think about this. 

When you cleanse your skin with a commercial cleanser, it strips your skin of nourishing and essential oils and alters the pH balance needed to protect and heal your skin. 

It's often likened to 'squeaky clean' skin. 

If your skin:

  • Feels tight after cleansing
  • Itches
  • Is blotchy and red
  • Doesn't feel 'right'
  • Looks scaly and dry

Then oil cleansing could be for you.

It's potent and super effective, especially if:

  • You suffer regular breakouts no matter what you do
  • You have dry cheeks and an oily t-zone
  • You have broken capillaries 
  • Your skin is susceptible to chemicals
  • You're just starting to use natural products

The first thing to know, is that oil won't make your skin oily.

Our skin naturally produces oil, called sebum.

Sebum is released through our pores and helps to protect and lubricate the skin, and if that pore is filled with dirt or bacteria (and pore-clogging makeup), pimples may pop up.

However, when you've cleansed using a soap or detergent based product, it can upset the skins natural sebum production, causing your skin to produce MORE sebum to counteract the loss of oil. 

It's a vicious cycle! 

Cleansing with oil doesn't produce more oil- it in fact, helps maintain your skins own balance of oil.

I've worked with thousands of women and men all over the World and shared with them this amazing style of looking after their skin. It's yielded amazing results and I know you'll love it too!


Dusk by Adele Cleansing Oil

Begin and end your day with the most luxurious cleanser you’ll ever use. Oil Cleansing is an ancient practice, embraced by Japanese and Ayurvedic cultures for thousands of years. Containing a number of key oils, this potion will not only cleanse away makeup and dirt, but it will also dissolve oil, combat acne, and nourish your skin.

Ingredients: Sweet Almond Oil, Organic Sesame Oil, Organic Castor Oil, Organic Macadamia Nut Oil, Jade Essence, Reiki Symbols

Dusk by Adele Daily Elixir

This decadent and luxurious skin oil is for daily use- and will protect, nourish and hydrate your skin, while still remaining the perfect base for use underneath makeup.

Oils chosen have a similar structure close to the skins own oils, making it ideal for first time oil users.

Ingredients: Organic Moroccan Argan Oil, Organic Rosehip Oil, Australian Jojoba Oil, Organic Red Raspberry Seed Oil, Jade Essence, Reiki Symbols

Dusk by Adele Jade Roller

Jade has been used for hundreds of years in Chinese culture, and is used to promote beauty and longevity.

The healing properties of jade and the deep massaging action transform your skin and facial contours; lessening the appearance of wrinkles, dehydrated skin and lines.


Adele x

Get your oil here!

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