No some natural oils are ok for the skin as long as they don't clog pores....off the top of my head...some that are ok are: some pure oils, such as tea tree oils, orange oil, borago officinalis seed oil, sesame seed oil, camellia sinensis leaf oil, ricunus communis (castor) seed oil, bergamot fruit oil, clary oil, utsea cubeba fruit oil, pure vitamin C and E oils, camelia oil (some are not able to use this).....Is mineral oil the only bad oil? Because I have seen some other kinds of oils in the ingredient listing of my products.
Hey....thanks Donna, glad to see you back. Did you get my PM regarding another users concern? Check your PM.Oil-free cosmetics mean products that contain little or no ingredients such as isopropyl myristate, isopropyl esters, oleic acid, stearic acid, petrolatum and lanolin (especially acetylated lanolin, alcohol's and lanolin fatty acids).
The label on the cosmetic should state that it is oil-free. This implies that the product has been formulated with no oleaginous ingredients. These products would be appropriate for oily or acne-prone skin.