She Is By There She Glows
This is my top cleanser and for a good reason! It heals the skin.
Acne? Heals it!
Blackheads in your pores?? Literally unclogs them.
Dry skin, this cleanser fixes that hydrates AND moisturizes!!!
Oily skin?? This cleanser balances that out!
And… it’s 100% organic!
Its very light, provides amazing slip and upon application you feel like you’re in a field of f*cking lavender...
Formally named “Facial Cleansing Oil”— A facial cleansing oil is a gentle way to dissolve away all the dirty skin oil that has combined with bacteria, makeup, dead skin cells and other debris from your face and replenish it with clean, nourishing oils that help balance the skin's natural oils.
Feel like royalty every single day with our Royal Oil Facial Cleanser. The first pump lets you know that this oil cleanser is different than the rest; it’s light, silky consistency lends way to a one of a kind cleansing experience.
Directions: First wash and dry your hands! Next, pump 3-7 pumps in the center of one hand and rub hands together to evenly distribute the oil. Massage face for at least 60 seconds with your hands, adding more oil if there is not enough slip or the skin sucks it up. This is a healing product— meaning, your skin may absorb it and use it throughout the day like medicine! Once you feel a significant change in the skin, remove the cleanser by first adding a bit of warm water to your hands and massaging it into the face the loosen the oils and transform the cleanser into a milky consistency. Finally take a warm wet cloth and remove the remainder gently but thoroughly.
Why You Should Use It: The two main causes of reoccurring breakouts in women are triggered through hormonal imbalances & makeup build up. This cleanser dissolves stubborn pimples & emulsifies makeup— cleaning your skin without stripping it of the natural oils needed to heal itself.
Full Ingredients: carthamus tinctorius (Safflower) Seed Oil*, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride (From Coconut Oil), Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil*, PEG-40 Sorbitan Peroleate, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Anthemis Nobilis Oil (Roman Chamomile Essential Oil)*, Lavandula Officinalis Oil (Lavender Essential Oil)*, Rosmarinus Officinals (Rose-mary) Leaf Oil*.
- Reduces dark marks
- Rebalances oil content so your skin is not over or under-compensating
- Gently removes dead skin without stripping your face of its natural goodness
- Rebuilds collagen and elastin
- Reduces dark under eye circles and tired/dull looking skin
- Flushes out black/white heads
- Reduces acne through the law of attraction/chemistry (oil pulls out oil— like attracts like)
- Relaxes the entire body through massage and essential oils like lavender and chamomile
I’ve been using this product for over a year now. It’s the BEST cleanser I’ve gotten my hands on. There She Glows was my first experience with an oil cleanser and I will never go back. It even completely removes mascara! Shipping is always on time and the customer service is always courteous. You definitely want to add this to your daily routine.
What I Hear Most As A Licensed Esthetician...
How often should I do my skincare routine?
This is a great question and one of the most frequent questions I get from my clients. The truth is, you know your skin best and you also have a very unique lifestyle. I recommend 1-2 times day day but you can always adjust your routine based on your workout regimen and makeup use.
Do I need to double cleanse my skin— if so how often?
Double cleansing is all the rage now! I highly recommend that you practice double cleansing if you workout, wear makeup and sunscreen. The reason being is that you really do not get off these kinds of barriers with just one cleanse. Double cleansing with an oil based cleanser first and then a gentle foaming cleanser immediately after ensures that your skin is clean clean!
Do I need a moisturizer if I have oily skin?
To be less vague— moisturizing is soooooo importmant and especially if you have oily skin. Contrary to what you’ve been told or may be assuming, oily skin is screaming moisturizer. Drying out your oily skin only triggers it— creating a domino effect of sebum over production. Applying a light emollient cream will occlude the skin keeping in moisture without causing over production throughout the day.
I don’t use a toner— should I?
If I had a dollar for every time I heard this question, I’d be Rihanna Rich! The answer is yes, you should absolutely be toning your skin right after you cleanse. The reason being is that your skin’s pH level is typically effected by your clesanser and toning helps to regulate it back down/up to the happy medium of 5.5-6.5. Toning also ensures that your cleanser is actually removed fully!