The City Sage: Summer Beauty: Best Face and Body Oils

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July 26, 2013


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Suzanne LeRoux

Yes, I have been eating more fats for several years now and I feel much better as well. Who knew, right? I love to make organic coconut oil chicken soup. It is so delicious and beautifying. And yes to beauty oils. I am SO excited that you are enjoying our new cleansing oil. - Suzanne

tianna @ the spark

I've always been apprehensive about the whole oil cleansing thing, but have always wanted to try it. May have to give one of these a try. :)


You and your recent pics have looked so amazing lately, I've definitely noticed.

Fats and oils normally scare me but I've seen similar conversations pop up lately about how women are loving them. I've been using Moroccan oil on my hair for years and think it's the absolute best.


Anne, I have been using Burt's Bees Mama Bee oil to lightly pat on my face instead of moisturizer... Can't believe how cost effective the oils are in addition to their benefits.

Anne Cavan

I have been using straight olive oil to cleanse and moisturize with, (sometimes mixed with a little essential ol) for 2 years now and my skin is fantastic! I have recently read that bran oil is very good as well.
I also use coconut oil in my hair. I was a dedicated Clarins user and have now saved a fortune as well as have great skin!

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