Some time ago you posted something about oil cleansing and how it has helped you and your daughter with skin issues. And instructions how to do it and all. I got intrigued because first of all I had to check from dictionary what the castor oil means in my language and after checking I was even more intrigued because honestly for me castor oil was mainly familiar from old school adventure books for boys and all the mayhem one can cause with that. So of course I had to try. And my sensitive, brittle, way too dry skin has never survived this well from the fall and I have high hopes of the winter, if it continues to work this well for me. Usually skin on my face is in this good condition only during summer months and during winter it varies somewhere between 'looks awful' to 'actually broken and hurting from several places', but not now. I did some googling after I read what you wrote and it seems this trend has not yet really arrived to my neck of woods. I did find only couple references to it in my language from few trendsetter beauty bloggers, but those are not something I tend to read. To be honest I tend to be that kind of gal, who goes to good hair stylist who can cut total wash and go and be presentable hair for me regularly, visits a beauty salon every two months to have my eyebrows and lashes tinted to bit darker shade so others may actually notice that I have them and then just wash and blow dry my hair after my morning run and use at tops five minutes with make up (usually more like two) adding some colour correcting foundation, powder and maybe little something for my lips and eyes before leaving. So no interest or need for beauty blogs and I doubt I would had heard about this oil cleansing thing in the long time if ever without you telling about it here. Now, if I only could get my offspring to try it... While Joy has less dry and sensitive skin than me, his sport, with all the sweating, pads etc. that irritate, having to wash with soap not to smell etc. can be hard for the skin. And unfortunate for difficult child, now that his body has finally started to believe that it is not appropriate to be pubescent after you hit twenty and he is finally starting to get over all the puberty things like growing like a weed, having oily skin and so on, it seems he has actually inherited my dry and sensitive skin.