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I am quite the fan of DHC. The well known DHC Deep Cleansing Oil has me hooked and I always enjoy the opportunity to try more products from the brand. I recently tried the DHC Olive Essentials Set - a perfect gift set or addition to your own beauty collection. This set includes the wonderful Deep Cleansing Oil, DHC Mild Soap, DHC Mild Lotion & DHC Olive Virgin Oil. The four-step skin care set gives you the perfect tools for a cleaner, calmer, moisturized complexion through pure, organic olive oil. 

Start your skincare routine with the DHC Deep Cleansing Oil - Deep Cleanse/Remove Makeup. DHC Olive Essentials SetThis oil thoroughly cleanses and removes makeup while managing to leave your skin feeling soft and moisturized at the same time. This cleanser is also fantastic at removing eye makeup; it easily takes care of my stubborn mascara and eyeliner without irritating my eyes. Using this cleanser is a little different than your typical cleanser as you apply it to your dry skin; dispense into dry hands and massage onto dry face. This will dissolve makeup and other impurities. Rinse thoroughly. You may be thinking that since this is an oil it will be difficult to rinse...quite the opposite. When the oil comes in contact with water, it breaks down and rinses easily leaving your skin soft and never oily. 

The second step in this skincare set is to Wash with the DHC Mild Soap. Wet face with lukewarm water and lather in palms, then massage face with the foam to cleanse. Rinse thoroughly. This soap lathers really well and does not feel drying. 

Third step...Tone with the DHC Mild Lotion. After washing your face and patting dry, apply this toner to skin with hands or DHC Silky Cotton. I like the texture of this toner, it's like a soft liquid that absorbs well into your skin.  

Final step, Moisturize with the DHC Olive Virgin Oil. Use this day and night as your final step in your skincare routine. You only need 1-2 drops per use, rub the drops between your palms to warm the oil, then gently press onto your face. You can also use this oil in other areas where you have dry skin (such as your neck, arms and legs). 

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