Oils of Life™ Intensely Revitalising Cleansing Oil-In-Gel
For tired, dehydrated skinTransformative texture72hr hydration
Oils of Life™ Intensely Revitalising Cleansing Oil-In-Gel helps to wake up dehydrated, tired-looking skin. Our deep cleansing oil is a smooth mover, formulated to help gently wash away those horrid nasties, leaving your skin feeling soft and refreshed.
Our award-winning Oils of Life™ Intensely Revitalising Cleansing Oil-In-Gel is actually a part gel, part oil-based cleanser, blending the best of both worlds for a deep cleansing formula. This facial cleansing oil helps to give daily grime the heave-ho, leaving in its wake that silky soft feeling.
It’s great for all skin types but if you’re feeling tight and taut then it’s our best cleansing oil for dehydrated skin. Formulated with three seed oils: black cumin oil, rosehip oil and camellia oil, it feels next-level nourishing and lasts for 72 hours.
A big fan of double cleansing? Quite the opposite to double-trouble, a double cleanse promotes that fresh-as-a-daisy feeling. If your skin is slathered in SPF (FYI that should be everyday), caked in makeup or you’ve been getting a sweat on, a twice-over cleanse is just what you’re after.
- Enriched with black cumin oil, rosehip oil and camellia oil
- Skin appears smoother on the surface
- Skin appears revitalised
- 72hr of hydrating bliss
- Gentle enough for sensitive skin
Community Fair Trade organic olive oil
Liquid gold for your skin (and your salad)
Just ask our friends in the Mediterranean about olive oil – this skin-softener’s been used for thousands of years to take care of skin. It’s one of the reasons it’s known as the ‘liquid gold’ of the Med.
The olives that make the oil in our products are indigenous to the Cilento National Park in Campania, Italy. The farmers employed by our Community Fair Trade partners, Nuovo Cilento Cooperative, hand-harvest the olives using traditional techniques that are handed down to younger generations.
The olives are then cold-pressed to extract high-quality oil. The method is organic, and no pesticides are used. The olive husks are even reused as fertiliser, returning nutrients to the soil of the groves.
We’ve worked with Nuovo Cilento Cooperative since 2000. The partnership has a positive impact on job opportunities in this rural area, where there’s a risk of unemployment and migration.