The new Ally Blemish Recovery Oil is now here and I'd love to share my top 5 tips on how to use our targeted, plant based blend - formulated by me and inspired by you.
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Starting with the fundamentals, before we get to the newest member of the By Sarah collection... The Hero Facial Oil is your everyday, beautiful plant based oil to promote healthy, flawless skin. Suitable for all skin types, including sensitive, rosacea and eczema prone. Blended with superfood ingredients, including organic apricot oil and organic evening primrose oil, rich in essential fatty acids to promote the health of your skin over the long term.
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For times where you experience flare ups or breakouts, the targeted Ally Blemish Recovery Oil can then be enjoyed. Our innovative new blend helps to rebalance the skin’s microbiome, reduce bacterial infection and calm inflammation. That's the upcycled hemp seed oil, organic jojoba oil and papaya fruit enzyme working in synergy.
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For persistent acne, take the time to gently pat and press the Ally Blemish Recovery Oil into your face and neck, rather than applying to a single zit or cluster of spots.
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Apply morning and night to clean slightly damp skin, after you have cleansed your skin with the Balancer Oil-to-milk Cleanser, following with a spritz of the Reviver Hydrating Mist to hydrate and strengthen the skin barrier.
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Alternatively, use the Hero Facial Oil in the morning and the Blemish Recovery Oil in the evening to help with hormonal breakouts and the occasional breakout. Once skin has improved, you can return to using the Hero as normal each morning and night.
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Written by: Sarah, Co-Founder, By Sarah London
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