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I found Ancient Greek Remedy Oil a few years ago after a friend disclosed to me that her number one beauty secret was using a high quality oil as a makeup remover and skin moisturizer. She is a lovely women inside and out. She is technically elderly, but her skin is gorgeous and her spirit is feisty. She spoke, and I listened. I’m so glad I did!
My Top 4 Uses, Don’t Judge…
1. Makeup Remover – I use two or three squirts on a cotton ball to remove my eye makeup. It is gentle, and I have never had any trouble around my eyes. You also don’t need to rub hard, the oil simply does the work.
2. Skin Moisturizer – When my skin is extremely dry, I pump one squirt of this oil in with my regular moisturizer to give it a boost. I usually do this before bed or on my feet before putting on my socks. My favorite moisturizer is CeraVe SA Lotion for Rough and Bumpy Skin.
3. Hair Moisturizer – I absolutely love Moroccanoil Treatment, but it can a luxury given the price tag. So I add a squirt of this reasonably priced oil to my Moroccanoil to give it a stretch. I can get away with one pump instead of two of the expensive stuff.
4. Hard Water Stain Remover – Here is where I ask for a judgment free zone as I admit this is a little random. My last two homes have been located in areas with extremely hard water. Both homes had water treatment systems, but still the stains persisted around my faucets on my stone counters. I accidentally spilled my oil on the counter one day, but I didn’t realize it until the next morning. When I wiped it up, the hard water stains where the oil had spilled were gone. Encouraged, I deliberately wiped a small amount all around my faucets, and the hard water stains were eliminated. My counters never had any adverse reactions, but I would proceed with caution. You know the drill, test a small area first.