Skin Food Lemon Brightening Cleansing Oil Review
I ran out of my Shu Cleansing Oil so I decided to start trying a few other cleansing oils one of which is the Skin Food Lemon Brightening Cleaning Oil.
Just when I thought I tried every single Cleansing Oil Skin Food has ever made a new one pops across my path. The good news is this was considerably cheaper than replenishing my Shu Cleansing Oil so it was worth the try.
Supposedly it brightens skin as it cleanses but I do not see the point of a cleansing oil that washes away as a brightening agent…however, I’m game to try anything!
Take a look!
This has a bright, cheery sweet lemon scent. It kinda reminds me of dish washing liquid but since they add a bit of sweetness into the mix it comes across rather pleasant and sunny!
As with all cleansing oils it rinses clean away so it doesn’t leave skin oily or shiny after use. Simply apply a few pumps to a dry face full of makeup, add a small amount of water once you massage it in to emulsify the oil, rub a little more, and rinse! Done! It cleans away makeup, oil, and dirt easily. It is a mineral oil base so those with sensitive skin beware prior to a purchase. It doesn’t irritate my drier skin it does however, make it slightly tight after use.
The consistency of the oil is thinner and runnier but this in no way hinders its performance or how it cleanses as it does an excellent job of getting my skin squeaky clean and even though I see some tightness after use I still like it.
I could be completely imaging things but I feel like it gives back a little of the glow to my lackluster skin after use but no real whitening effects as of yet (I’ve been using it nearly three weeks now).
I don’t know that you necessarily need it as I’ve used cleansing oils that were far better however, for those with oily skin you might find it an excellent pick for not only rinsing makeup away but oil as well while restoring brightness to your face.
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