I like cleansing oils. I always enjoy discovering a new one regardless if I’m impressed by it or not. There’s something about they way they take off dirt, makeup and oil from the skin that appeals to me. Anyway, by the time this particular cleansing oil review will be posted up, I would have already finished it up and moved on to another one.
PURE AND CLEAN
This organic cleansing oil is a rich nourishing complex, enriched with essential amino acids, fatty acids, vitamins. A light, nourishing, cleansing oil does not block pores, effectively treats blackheads and acne. Due to its texture, the oil penetrates deep into the pores, dissolves and pushes contamination outside, activates the deep cells of the skin, strengthening its protective layer, smoothing wrinkles and improving tone. This effective, multitasking cleanser removes the makeup and skin impurities while providing essential moisture level.
This Pure Cleansing Oil from Manyo Factory has a light yellowish color and has a strong smell of combined lemon and plastic — at least to me. The texture and the way that it spreads on the skin reminds me so much of the DHC Deep Cleansing Oil minus the lemon scent. However, I’d rather pick this one compared to DHC’s.
Looking down at its ingredient list, I was surprised to find so many fruit oils and plant extracts included. What I’m pleased to see though is the presence of rice bran oil, tea tree leaf oil and rice ferment filtrate.
I use at least 3 pumps of this cleansing oil because I find it’s quite thick and doesn’t have a lot of slip when it’s massaged onto the skin. After adding water, it turns into a milky emulsion. The only reason why it’s not milky in my photos below is because I used a bold lip color to demonstrate how effective it is in removing makeup. I didn’t experience any stinging to the eyes but then again, I always am careful not to get any emulsion into my eyes from a cleansing oil or balm because they’ve already been stung from previous products.
The emulsion is easy to wash off and doesn’t leave any greasy residue. My skin doesn’t feel dry or tight after too. As you can see from my demo photo above, there is only a slight remnant from the waterproof eyeliner after I’ve rinsed the emulsion off. That should show you how effective this is. However, effectiveness aside, I won’t be repurchasing this as I usually prefer cleansing oils to have more slip and thinner consistency. It’s a good one but it’s not up to my tastes.
I can’t remember how much I bought this for but at that time, December of 2017, it was on sale in Olive Young. The only size I can see online is 200 ml and that retails for $29 in Amazon.
Has anyone else tried this cleansing oil? What do you think of it?
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