The Cleansing Oil Dreams Are Made Of

I feel like I'm pretty late to the cleansing oil party, but I'm here now anyway. Have I ever used a cleansing oil before? No. Do I regret not trying this sooner? Yes. Thanks to this Caudalie make-up removing cleansing oil, I'm a changed woman.

The thought of rubbing oil all over my face to take my make-up off was always one that made me cringe. What if it left my skin feeling greasy? What if it just caused my skin to breakout? Boy, how wrong was I. This Caudalie cleansing oil is now my new best friend.

"Make-Up Removing Cleansing Oil works to dissolve all types of make-up, including waterproof, whilst removing impurities and cleansing the skin. The blend of 100% naturally derived plant oils nourishes and softens the skin without leaving a greasy film. Ideal for those looking for quick and highly effective makeup removal." 

My go-to product to remove my makeup every night has been Micellar water, it's been that for years now. Micellar water seemed to do the trick perfectly, some brands better than others but for the most part, they left my skin feeling clean. Well, apologies to all the micellar waters out there because you have just been replaced by cleansing oil.

This Caudalie cleansing oil is so easy to use and cuts my evening routine down so much because it's so much more effective than micellar water. You just pump three pumps into your hand, warm it and rub it all over your face. No need to wet your face first either, just whack it right on there. It removes all of it in one go, even waterproof mascara. Just remember to close your eyes tight when you do that part. Once I rinse it off, all traces of makeup are gone and my skin is left feeling fresh and soft.

It doesn't dry out my skin at all, but it also doesn't leave it feeling greasy. It's more of a fresh baby skin kind of feeling, one that I am loving. I feel I might be needing to stock up on this one! Although now I've tried one cleansing oil and loved it, I'm eager to try some more to see if they're just as good.

What do you use to remove your makeup? Have you tried cleansing oil yet? Let me know in the comments. 


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