LoTree Ruby Clear Cleansing Oil Review

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Awww hey! What’s up chicklets?

I’ve had a very busy day and haven’t had a sec to say ‘ello, ‘ello to everyone. Sorries! I’m a bit behind on comments but I’m slowly rolling through them, promise to blather with you soon.

How was your weekend? Mine was pretty slow going due to the crummy weather.  OMG it was like hurricane season in New York this weekend!

Went to see She’s Out of My League on Friday night and now sporting a serious crush on Jay Baruchel, how stupid cute is he?  Also hit up Arlene’s Grocery Saturday Night, did brunch and shopping with my friends Sunday, and sat in front of the tube introducing my friend Martin to the joys of the Inbetweeners in the evening as they had a marathon on Sunday so I Tivo’ed up and rewatched all the episodes with Martin. I’m crushing hard on Blake Harrison, I swear that kid’s idiot routine is brilliance on a stick, you NEED to watch this show if you aren’t already.

Anyway…I also recently discovered that Lotree, my fav Korean brand, is being sold on Sasa. It’s such a great excuse to haul out some of my stash and review for you!

Check out my Lotree Ruby Clear Cleansing Oil Review after the jump!

Loves this Lotree Cleansing Oil! It’s my fav cleansing oil of all time.

Lotree is one of Korea’s smaller brands, in size of products they carry not in regards to quality. It’s quite an elegant brand and has lovely makeup items as well as other bits and pieces.

One of the main reasons I adore it so much is the gorgeous purple packaging All the pieces come in lovely royal purple packaging and just shout elegance. One of my fav cleansing oils happens to be from Lotree which is LoTree Ruby Clear Cleansing Oil.

LoTree Ruby Clear Cleansing Oil is an incredible value at $18 or so in Korea (appears to be around $20 when I noticed it on Sasa, so very close to retail). The bottle is quite large, I’d say around 8 or 9 oz in size. It has a lovey herbal lavender scent with a tiny hint of mint, this actually could prove too much for sensitive types so be aware. The oil has a nice thick formula and rinses clean away leaving my face extra soft and hydrated. As with any cleansing oil it’s to be used on a dry face, full of makeup. Simply add a few pumps into your hand, massage on, add a little water to emulsify, massage a little more, and rinse! Presto! Foundation, eye makeup, and even waterproof mascara will wash clean away.

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Absolutely gorgeous stuff.

Very much a Muse Approval for purchase.

If you’re a lover of cleansing oils, this is one to try!

What are you fav cleansing oils?

How was your weekend?

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Disclosure: The following item was purchased by me for review purposes (and because I like flinging my money at makeup products of any kind) on Musings of a Muse. For further information please see my FTC Guidelines or my Disclosure/Disclaimer posts.

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  • 3/15/10 22:37 liana:

    ooh i want to try this! i looove lotree products, i have their primer face pact, their shimmer powder, and their cream eyeshadow, i love them all! and the packaging is to die for!

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    • 3/16/10 9:09 the Muse:

      liana me too and absolutely adore it all :D great packaging and killer products!

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  • 3/16/10 1:10 Jennifer:

    Ahh I love Jay Baruchel! I remember seeing him on this Canadian show wayyy back when, and he was so tiny and adorable! I also love Joseph Gordon-Levitt, but that’s not actually relevant is it… >.>

    The weather looks gorgeous the rest of the week!! I’m so glad the rain is over; I was not pleased with my first flooding experience here in Jersey >:(

    The packaging on that product is so gorgeous O_O

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    • 3/16/10 11:49 the Muse:

      isn’t he darling Jennifer? What a cutie! :-D I like JGL :-D he’s sweet as well, not as geeky, but cute none the less! Thank god…that rain was fierce!!!!!!!! No flooding thankfully but cable has been down for the past few days grrr! I love the packaging :D

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  • 3/16/10 1:23 savannah:

    does this have any mineral oil in it?

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    • 3/16/10 9:04 the Muse:

      hey savannah, yes it does!

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  • 3/16/10 1:45 Su:

    wow I am interested now
    how does it compare to Shu?
    I am still waiting for kose cleansing oil…
    now I don’t have oil to remove my makeup T.T so I am using Liz Earle cleanse and polish at the moment
    by the way have you tried olive oil to remove makeup? I have tried it since everyone was saying how natural it is and good for skin but I find it hard to use the oil is too thick even though it “remove” makeup I cannot manage to rinse with water since it doesn’t “dissolve”

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    • 3/16/10 9:07 the Muse:

      hey su. About the same as shu in texture. :) I wouldn’t use olive oil to be honest….lots of folk swear by it but I’m not into putting something to dress my salad up on my face lol

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      • 3/16/10 19:13 Su:

        haha ya I was skeptical at first but since everyone was raving about it I was pulled in..
        I really want to know how they manage to use olive oil I just cannot get it work tried it twice and gave up…so the oil is for cooking and washing my brushes now =]

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        • 3/22/10 21:08 the Muse:

          aw heck su no idea but scares me to consider it on my face :D

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  • 3/16/10 4:16 JS:

    Very tempted! :)

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  • 7/22/10 21:54 christmas:

    I love Lotree too! I use their BB cream.
    Maybe I’ll get this on my next trip to Sasa!

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  • 1/9/11 4:00 iheartkoreanbeauty:

    Does anyone know where this is sold in Korea? :) Thanks!

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