“Everyone loves a multitasker—and this one works on face, body, and hair. Its coconut-, olive-, jojoba-, castor-, and argan-oil base is spiked with essences of palo santo, geranium, lavender, and clary sage, so it’s both nourishing and intoxicatingly aromatic at the same time"
— Vogue Beauty Director Celia Ellenberg
A blend of coconut, argan, jojoba and other oils, Everyday Oil moisturizes skin without leaving a greasy slick behind. Its subtle, enigmatic scent is mostly herbaceous and spicy, and a little bit hippie
— Winnie Yang, NYTimes Gift Guide
An Oil for Everything
What does one do with Everyday Oil? Anything. Literally. Rub this stuff everywhere. Face, hands, hair, wherever. The concoction of coconut, olive, jojoba, castor, and argan oils (with palo santo, lavender, geranium, and sage) will make your skin and hair feel smooth and rejuvenated.
— The Editors of GQ, Best Stuff of 2018
that are cleansing, hydrating, healing + nourishing ~
+ can be used as a deep conditioner, beard oil, cuticle oil, natural insect repellent, after-sun, after-surf, after-shave, bath soak, massage oil or wherever you need....
for your whole body + whole family
head ~ to ~ toe
with no synthetic ingredients or preservatives of any kind. Carefully formulated for balance, it has a texture that absorbs quickly and imparts a dewy glow. Everyday Oil is truly a holistically cleansing oil and we recommend using it in place of face wash ~ YES ~
"It’s my favorite thing to put on my body and I’m obsessed with every part of it. It’s the dream team of oils.”〰️Mara Hoffman
“Thank you so much Everyday Oil I luv u.”
My new face wash obsession
〰️ Melaena Cadiz
“Everyday Oil changed my skin and I highly recommend it. It’s all organic, it smells incredible. You can put it all over your face, your hair, your skin, but my face is where it’s at. I never break out anymore since it’s become a part of my routine.”
“I’m quite sensitive to smells so most perfumes make me nauseous. I like Aesop Skincare deodorant and perfumes, and I love the smell of Everyday Oil which I use a lot and then I smell of it as if it was perfume.” 〰️Ana Kras
“Oh my god, it’s the best product in the world. I use it on my face as a cleanser and on my body as a moisturizer. My skin responds really well to oil cleansing (essentially, washing with a hot washcloth and oil) because it allows for the natural oils to balance out. So, if I have to run out the door with a screaming toddler, my skin won’t feel too dry or too oily by midday. The whole family uses it, it works for so many things. It has geranium in it, so in the summer it works as an insect repellent. We even use it on our dog to repel ticks!〰️Julie O’Rourke of Rudy Jude, A Cup of Jo Blog
“I love the smell, I love everything about it. Everyday Oil for me is such a big winning item, it’s a homerun across the board. Its category-less, it defies classification, it goes beyond labels, its Everyday Oil. Head to toe, hair, face and skin, it’s the most intoxicating natural smell, its very therapeutic. It calms you down, it will lift your mood, it will lift your spirits."
〰️Esther Povitsky and Caroline Goldfarb of the Glowing Up Podcast
“Seriously - try this stuff. IT’S GOLD. And smells like heaven.”
100% plant-based with no synthetic ingredients or preservatives of any kind. Carefully formulated for balance, it has a texture that absorbs quickly and imparts a dewy glow. Everyday Oil is truly a holistically cleansing oil and we recommend using it in place of face wash.
You can also use Everyday Oil as a deep conditioner, beard oil, cuticle oil, natural insect repellent, after-sun, after-surf, after-shave, bath soak, massage oil, to help prevent stretch marks, to help keep tattoos fresh, as a nursing salve, or wherever you need :)
CAN I REALLY USE THIS AS A FACE WASH?
Yes, the oils are truly balancing and Everyday Oil is a more holistic way to cleanse your skin. While it is all-natural, it really does work, we promise.
We have been taught from a young age that we need to use face wash and then use lotion to moisturize. When you use traditional face wash, even the gentlest kind, it strips your skin and removes its natural barrier. Replacing your skin's natural oils with lotion, full of fillers and emollients, fragrances and preservatives, wreaks havoc on our skin. To compensate for what has been stripped away, often your skin will attempt to create balance by over-producing its own oils.
Rather than stripping your skin, Everyday Oil balances with your skin's natural oils, bringing many anti-microbial, cleansing and healing benefits. Imagine them going into your pores and living alongside your skin's natural barriers and defenses, cleansing and purifying holistically instead of stripping and replacing them completely. In this way, your skin will become balanced. Even on days when you use nothing at all your skin will be fine. Even when you are camping, or the airline loses your bag...your skin will be fine, it will be in balance.
One of the best things about Everyday Oil is escaping that feeling that your skin will "freak out" if you stay overnight somewhere and have to skip your normal skin care routine. Let your skin be free from the cycle of being stripped of its own defenses and left to desperately over-produce its own oils to compensate for the loss.
While it may seem counter-intuitive, Everyday Oil works well for people with oily complexions or challenges with acne as there are elements in the oils that have been proven to combat acne and skin mutations. Many, many users have shared their testimonials that Everyday Oil beautifully balances their "problem skin."
HOW TO USE EO AS A FACE WASH
There are no rules about how you use Everyday Oil as a face wash, but here is our recommendation ~
Rinse your face with warm water and while it is still damp, apply Everyday Oil and massage lightly into face and neck. Either walk away and let it all soak in, or dry lightly with a towel and apply a bit more for extra moisture.
For an occasional gentle exfoliation (or to remove dirt, make-up, etc), massage Everyday Oil into damp skin and wet a clean washcloth to wipe away dirt, grime, make-up, etc. Apply more Everyday Oil when you are finished.
Once you become more familiar with Everyday Oil you will find your own routine as well as new techniques and uses for it ❤️
To remove make-up or more significant dirt and grime ~
Splash a little warm water on your face then massage two pumps of Everyday Oil into your face and neck. Wet a clean washcloth and wipe away any residue. Repeat if necessary.
Most "make-up removers" are primarily mineral oil, which is an oil derived from petroleum. Everyday Oil works just as well as mineral oil based make-up removers without the petroleum by-products.
Here at Everyday Oil, we are a big fan of beards. Beards often harbor bacteria, and Everyday Oil's anti-microbial properties are perfect to keep your beard fresh, clean and smelling great. Use Everyday Oil liberally as you would a "beard oil" and rejoice.
As a treatment for dry ends, use what little is left on the hands after use on your face and body. Rub it into the ends of your hair where it gets drier, or mix a little with your favorite styling product to add a bit of nourishing moisture.
For curly, more textured or coarse hair, use more liberally.
If you like more product in your hair or a slightly wet look, use as much as you would like.
For extra moisture, mix one pump with your conditioner.
Everyday Oil has immense anti-microbial and anti-fungal benefits, so it is helpful for dandruff and scalp issues. To use as a scalp mask, rub into your scalp before shampooing.
For an extra conditioning mask, apply on dry hair from root to tip and let sit (for as little as 5 minutes or as long as overnight) before shampooing.
Putting Make-up On with Everyday Oil
We generally recommend using Everyday Oil before other cosmetics as a nourishing, hydrating primer.
Natural Insect Repellent
Geranium and Palo Santo are natural insect and tick repellents, so our Mainstay blend makes an excellent bug deterrent. Try using it on your pups for this purpose (and to make them smell amazing).
Shaving with Everyday Oil
Everyday Oil can be used as a shaving oil and after-shave. Its anti-bacterial, cleansing properties help prevent in-grown hairs and bacterial infections caused by shaving ~ so keep your shave beautiful and healthy with Everyday Oil.
The vitamin E and essential fatty acids in Everyday Oil make it an excellent salve for preventing and treating stretch marks. Apply liberally and daily in areas where stretch marks may form or have formed.
To Keep Tattoos Fresh
Everyday Oil will keep new tattoos super hydrated while helping them heal faster without unnecessary scabbing.
As A Nursing Salve
Skin that is raw, irritated and dry is more vulnerable to bacteria and needs moisturizing and healing as well as anti-bacterial pathogen-fighting elements. Everyday Oil helps restore moisture and heals nipples while being 100% natural for nursing mamas.
Wherever You Need
You can truly use Everyday Oil wherever you need ~ we love you.
Coconut oil is beautifully hydrating but also cleansing due to its anti-viral, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. A medium-chain fatty acid that shares the composition of sebum, (the oil naturally produced by our skin), coconut oil can help reinforce the skin's natural barrier while improving elasticity and restoring moisture. It is rich in antioxidants such as vitamin E, provitamin A and ferulic acid, all of which protect skin cells from damage and reduce fine lines and age spots. It is also rich in lauric acid, which has a history of being used to fight pathogens. It has incredible anti-microbial properties and studies have shown that its effective in treating acne . The vitamin E found in coconut oil also soothes eczema, sunburn and psoriasis, and its antiviral and antifungal benefits even help to treat bug bites. Each of the three fatty acids found in coconut oil, capric, lauric and caprylic acid, kill candida, a common cause of fungal infection on your skin.
Organic Olive Oil
Olive oil has been used in skin care since ancient Egyptian times. It contains three major antioxidants: vitamin E, polyphenols, and phytosterols. Antioxidants, when topically applied, help protect the skin from premature skin aging. Vitamin E partly accounts for the anti-aging benefits of olive oil because it helps restore skin smoothness and protects against ultraviolet light.  Hydroxytyrosol, a rather rare compound found in olive oil, also prevents free radical damage to the skin. 
Organic Argan Oil
Argan oil is exceptionally healing as it is rich in vitamin A, vitamin E and is packed with anti-oxidants, omega-6 fatty acids, and linoleic acid. Research shows that when applied to skin, it eases inflammation while moisturizing  and the tocopherol from the vitamin E helps to boost cell production while promoting healthy skin and hair.
Organic Jojoba Oil
Like coconut oil, the composition of jojoba very closely resembles that of human sebum, the natural oils produced by our skin. It is rich in linoleic acid, an essential fatty acid (omega 6) which has been shown to reduce and prevent acne as well as UV-induced hyper-pigmentation.  It is packed with vitamin E, B-complex, copper, zinc, selenium, iodine, and chromium.
Organic Castor Oil
Used therapeutically since ancient Egyptian times, castor oil has incredible healing abilities. It is also known as "Palma Christi" or "Hand of Christ." Castor oil is a Triglyceride, comprised of fatty acids, 90 percent of which is ricinoleic acid, thought to be responsible for castor oil's unique healing abilities. Castor oil has natural antibacterial and antifungal properties and is high in vitamin E, minerals, proteins, and omega 6 and 9 beneficial fatty acids. Its ricinoleic acid content helps increase circulation to the skin.
According to North Carolina State University, castor oil can also help to cleanse the skin of dead skin cells that are clogging the sebaceous glands, pulling out impurities in the pores. It is detoxifying and helps to break up oils on the face that clog glands and pores. It contains a compound called undercylenic acid, which can help to disinfect the skin and kill bacteria that cause skin conditions such as acne. According to Palomar Community College, it is an excellent skin emollient and even helps with skin conditions like dermatitis, which can cause severely rough, dry skin.
Palo Santo "Holy Wood"
The wood from the Palo Santo tree has been used since antiquity by the Incas as a spiritual remedy for purifying and cleansing. It is traditionally used in South America as an antiseptic and to remove impurities from the skin, body and home. It is often burned as a natural incense, used to clear out bad energy, raise vibrations and bring good fortune. It contains antioxidants and phytochemicals called terpenes, including limonene and a-terpineol, which fight free radical damage and are anti-inflammatory. Our Palo Santo is sustainably harvested from tree branches that have fallen from the Palo Santo tree in the wild, without harming the trees, which live for 80-90 years. At this stage, Palo Santo is not available in a certified organic form, and wild-harvested Palo Santo is the most sustainable option available.
Lavender oil has a chemically complex structure with over 150 active constituents. This oil is rich in esters, which are aromatic molecules with antispasmodic (suppressing spasms and pain) properties. It is known for its calming abilities, and has been used therapeutically for insomnia, anxiety, depression and stress. “The scent of lavender increases alpha waves in the area of the brain responsible for relaxation,” explains Alan Hirsch, M.D., neurological director for the Smell and Taste Research Foundation in Chicago.  Scientists from the University of Coimbra found that lavender oil is lethal to skin-pathogenic strains known as dermatophytes, as well as various Candida species. The study, published in Journal of Medical Microbiology, found that lavender oil kills fungi by damaging their cell walls.
Geranium was used by the ancient Egyptians for radiant skin. It has astringent properties that tighten pores and has powerful cicatrisant (cell regeneration) properties, increasing blood flow just below the surface of the skin, creating a glow. It is exceptionally anti-inflammatory and is one of the best oils for diverse dermatological problems like congested skin, eczema and dermatitis  It is used traditionally to uplift mood, energize and for emotional wellness. In aromatherapy it is used to treat acne, anxiety, depression and insomnia as well as to balance hormones and heal wounds, incisions and irritations to the skin. Composed primarily of fatty acids, geranium has been shown in studies to be anti-microbial and anti-fungal and is often used as an insect repellent. 
Organic Clary Sage
Clary sage contains fatty acids alpha-linoleic acid and oleic acid. Studies have shown that clary sage has a calming and anti-depressive effect  There is an ester present in clary sage called linalyl acetate, which reduces skin inflammation, heals rashes and balances and regulates the production of natural oils in the skin. It is also anti-microbial and anti-fungal.
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