5 alternative uses for Purity Gentle Cleansing Oil
Updated: Aug 19
Purity isn't just a cleansing oil to me - I use it for so many things. After a number of Purity-users got in touch to tell me how they use, I thought I'd share my favourites!
A couple of times a month, I'll coat the lengths and ends of my hair in Purity and let it soak in overnight. The oil is light enough that it can be easily shampoo'd out the next day and you're left with silky-soft tresses.
Burn and cut treatment
My partner's aunt swears by this use. After burning her hand while cooking, she decided to apply some Purity because of its anti-inflammatory properties. She called 30 minutes later to say the redness and swelling was gone, and that her skin hadn't blistered at all! She now keeps a travel-size bottle in the kitchen and one in her handbag so that she's always prepared!
I apply Purity all over when my skin is still damp to lock in the moisture. It leaves my skin soft and moisturised for days to come.
This is by far my favourite unexpected feedback on Purity! One of my customers was on holiday and was cleansing with Purity every night. The rest of the party were covered in mosquito bites after spending some time outside and she was the only one who avoided being bitten! I now apply it all over when I'm overseas and it really does seem to make a difference!
Twice a week, I'll warm a few pumps of Purity between my hands and massage my face whilst catching up with my favourite YouTube channels. Lisa Eldridge has a fantastic YouTube video on facial massage with all her best tips and techniques!
Let me know in the comments below how you use yours!