I get constant questions about JuJu Cosmetics Aquamoist Collection as fans of Hadalabo are always curious if the Aquamoist Collection is as good.
Juju Cosmetics is a skincare line available in Japan made up of various skincare products that include Hyaluronic Acid in them to help retain moisture in the skin.
Let’s take a look at JuJu Cosmetics Aquamoist Hyaluronic Acid Moisturizing Cleansing Oil.
Of course, the main appeal of the Aquamoist Collection and this particular cleansing oil is the Hyaluronic Acid in the mix. Hyaluronic Acid has the ability to hold and seal moisture in. It’s a very good ingredient to include in any skincare product as far as I’m concerned as it helps hydrate your skin and to keep that moisture sealed in.
I generally like a few of the Aquamoist products but I do not like this cleansing oil. If you’ve never used a cleansing oil before it’s a very simple and effective way to remove makeup and can be used on any skin type. Simply squirt the oil into your hands and apply it to a dry face full of makeup. Add a little water and the oil with emulsify and become milky, massage a bit and proceed to rinse. Done! Cleansing oil does a very good job of removing even the most difficult of makeup from your face.
This cleansing oil has a terrible rubbery, almost fishy scent. It starts off citrus-like but it goes a bit metallic, rubbery, and ends up on a fishy note which isn’t terribly pleasant. On top of the terrible smell it also dries my skin out in a major way….I’m talking dry, patchy areas of skin on my cheeks and forehead. If my skin is already feeling a tad tight this will make it feel even tighter and added flaky areas to the mix of things.
I do consider it shocking that something that contains Hyaluronic Acid is this drying on my skin.
Overall, JuJu Cosmetics Aquamoist Hyaluronic Acid Moisturizing Cleansing Oil is sadly not the cleansing oil for my skin. It does get a good deal of raves but do beware if you’re inclined to try it and have drier skin.
You can purchase it at Sasa.com.