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Olive Oil on Face
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Olive Oil on Face

Does using extra olive oil for the skin, particularly on the face, cause the skin pigment to become more and more olive in colour? I guess it sounds like a very silly question. In any case, if this is the case, is there any other alternative for a skin remedy for dry skin? I stopped using lotions some time ago when MH and the board members here told me about how skin works (i.e. it eats what you put on it, etc) and moved to using extra olive oil. But I don't want to look olive in skin colour as it makes me look ill.
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