In case you didn’t know, Wild Skin Cares is committed to a standard of fresh ingredients.

Although it is much easier to make products in advance and pack them with preservatives, we just won’t do it. When you receive your monthly Box, you can rest knowing that your products have been made specifically for you and are 100% fresh. This means, what you’re applying to your face is high quality ingredients, at their optimum level of strength.

No chemicals, no preservatives, no fillers or substitutes. Ever.

But, what happens if you end up with extra oil?

Here at Wild, we’re not into waste. So, check out the exciting ways you can use your extra Night or Day oil!

1. Use your extra Night oil to remove stubborn waterproof mascara.

Just a couple drops of your Night oil, when applied onto lashes, will safely remove even the toughest waterproof mascara. Gently massage oil onto eye makeup and then remove with slightly dampened cotton pad. Makeup will easily wash away. Cleanse, tone and moisturize from here.

2. Cuticle oil.

Allow fingertips to soak in warm water for 5 minutes, then, apply a couple drops of Oil onto cuticles and massage to absorb. Oil will lock-in moisture and soften dry and irritated cuticles. Vitamins will nourish to promote strong, healthy nails. Who doesn’t want strong, healthy nails?

3. Use Day oil on hair to prevent breakage and split ends.

Just like your skin, your hair needs water. When you cleanse in the shower, your hair will absorb water to hydrate it, but heat tools cause this water to evaporate, leaving your hair dried-out and prone to breakage. Your extra Day oil is miracle worker here. There are two ways to do it:

a) Apply 2-5 drops onto damp hair after showering, ENDS ONLY! This will lock-in hydration, even preventing moisture-loss during styling.

b) Very slightly, dampen your hair after styling, mid-shaft to ends. I know it seems silly to add water after you style, but it’s just a very little bit. This will replenish the moisture your styling removed.  Then apply 2-3 drops of Day oil onto your ends.  Oil will absorb and water will be locked in.

Make sure to let us know after you try these tips!

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