After cleansing, apply a few drops of oil to slightly damp skin and spread it over the massage lines.
Not all oils clog pores. Moreover, everyone has their own ideal oil. That is, if your friend is getting prettier from jojoba, this does not mean that you will benefit from it, maybe you need pomegranate. Choosing the right oil can only be done through trial and error. This works for oils that can be bought at the pharmacy. With those that can sell at Sephora or L'Etoile, things are a little easier: they are more universal. Be that as it may, there is only one rule: do not overdo it. In winter, rub two or three drops in your palms and gently press to your face before going to bed. If you don't like your skin in the morning, you need to change it.
However, there are oils that work the same on all skin types.
For example, coconut oil is never suitable for the face, but it one is enough to moisturize the skin of the legs or hair. Two points: you cannot overdo it with hair; the oil hardens pretty quickly, so I throw the bottle in the shower under my feet to melt it from the warm water.
Jojoba oil is great for removing dirt and makeup. It is better to use it like this: moisten a small face towel with water, spice it with oil, rub it over your face and wash your face as usual with gel / foam. If you remove eye makeup for them, be prepared to 'film' them. This is normal and harmless, passes quickly, but many people don't like it.
Castor oil helps hair grow. They can be used to smear eyebrows, for example. Do not expect a wow effect, but it can become an auxiliary element.
Macadamia nut oil is good at helping split ends of the hair, if they are cut one centimeter once a month. They will be very beautiful.
Any oil replaces lip balm. Any oil can be added to the face cream drop by drop, mixed and applied to the skin. Synthetic and mineral oils are best left on store shelves. It is they who clog the pores. Oil mixed with water, as I wrote above about jojoba, is great at removing oil and helps with oily, problem skin, if followed by a gel for washing and moisturizing. Avoid wax: it's bullshit, not oil.
I have normal skin that gets very dry in winter. My ideal product for this time of year is Nude Skincare ProGenius Omega Treatment Rescue Oil. An expensive thing, but because of it I don't use creams at all. This product contains jojoba and sunflower oils, and they suit me.
In short, there are two recipes: the right oil and a small amount