After your workout, it's a good idea to apply a light bath oil, which is more moisturizing than regular body lotion. Basler recommends Alpha Keri Shower and Bath Oil or Neutrogena's sesame-seed body oil, although he points out that Wal-Mart, Walgreen's and other large retailers often carry generic versions of these that are less expensive.
The oil cleansing method (OCM) uses oil to clean the face. Based on the principle that oil dissolves oil, the OCM uses a mixture of castor oil and olive or sunflower seed oil. The more oily your skin, the greater the percentage of castor oil you should use; start with a blend of half castor oil and half olive or sunflower seed oil and adjust as necessary. Place some of your oil blend in your hand, then rub your hands together and gently massage the oil into your skin. Next rinse a clean washcloth in hot water, wring it out and place it on your face. The heat from the washcloth will open your pores and help remove the oil and any dirt. Repeat as needed when the washcloth cools until all of the oil is removed. If your skin feels dry after cleansing, you can massage one drop of your oil blend into your face, and you may want to consider decreasing the proportion of castor oil. Oil cleansing can be used on the entire body, and you may prefer to use an oil cleansing product designed for body use such as Alpha Keri Shower and Bath Oil.