Boscia Introduces Tsubaki Cleansing Oil Gel for Spring 2014

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If you’re a fond fan of Boscia Tsubaki Beauty Oil or their Cleansing Oil good news Boscia combines the two to create Tsubaki Cleansing Oil Gel ($28).

Boscia Tsubaki Cleansing Oil Gel combines the elements of Boscia’s cleansing oil gel formula to remove makeup along with their new Tsubaki Oil to leave skin hydrated and with camellia oil, wakame (Japanese sea kelp), and rice bran oil.

As it breaks up makeup and cleanses face it hydrates, smooths, and protects skin for the appearance of firm, youthful appearance.

It’s formulated for all skin types.

It’s available now at Sephora and Sephora.com.

I really love the Tsubaki Oil and use it daily so I’d be interesting in checking out a cleansing oil with it in it!

How about you?

Have you tried the Tsubaki Oil yet?

Love Boscia’s original cleansing oil?

Available now at Sephora and Sephora.com.

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  • 1/27/14 10:34 Alanna:

    Oh! It’s pink! Now I have to try it :)

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  • 1/27/14 12:30 Christina:

    Hey Muse! I have this at home, and I really like it! If you have dry skin, it leaves your face feeling oh so soft and smooth! I don’t feel the need to rush out and slather my face in lotion immediately after washing, so that’s always nice. I’ve been suffering from ezcema and all sorts of dry skin issues, and this has been very soothing and delicate.

    At first, I wasn’t sure what to make of this cleanser. It’s not at all like a typical oil cleanser, but it’s not quite like a no foaming gel cleanser either. When you rub it on your face, it kind of “melts” away into this really thin gel/oil texture, and it produces no foam at all (despite what the sales associate told me). I almost thought it wasn’t doing anything, but then the water that dripped off my hands was definitely murky and disgusting. You do have to massage it on your face, like an oil cleanser, to break up all the makeup, but it washes away very cleanly. Even my eye makeup came off. To be sure, I ran a cotton pad with toner over my face, and it came out clean! Yay!

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    • 1/27/14 14:17 Isabella Muse:

      sounds promising Christina although above commentor mentioned dryness….eep little scared but it looks like it worked well for you so maybe try ;D

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  • 1/27/14 14:11 Jacqueline:

    I just tried it. I was super excited because I love their other cleansing oil. This one left me dry though, and I don’t even have such sensitive skin. Smells good though and has a great consistency. Wish it worked for me!

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    • 1/27/14 14:14 Isabella Muse:

      really? that stinks :(

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  • 1/27/14 14:27 yelena:

    oooh pink! and more hydrating? I’m in!
    I have the cooling cleaning oil (green bottle) and I already love that! it does leave my eyes a tiny bit cloudy but if I rinse well with warm water and wash cloth, I’m good to go. never experienced such good makeup remover as this cleansing oil. I would be curious to try this one as well! :D

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  • 1/27/14 21:34 fancie:

    I’ve been using this line for a few days and I really like it for my dry skin! The oil is pretty lightweight and hydrating. The cleanser is really good too! It removes my makeup and leaves my face feeling clean and supple. Not tight or dry. I just used the overnight hydration mask last night and didn’t even need moisturizer today! I want every piece lol

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  • 1/27/14 23:47 Colleen:

    I have this! I’ve had it for about 4 weeks and when I got it I had some rough dry patches around my chin and pimples on my cheeks that were driving me insane. But after about 2 weeks of using this my skin has really evened out! Totally recommend this, it smells like grapefruit and doesn’t strip your skin.

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  • 1/28/14 0:09 Meesha Kaw:

    Hi! There are so many beauty products, beauty blogging makes me sort of dizzy sometimes keeping up w/ everything! Anyways, I was wondering if you would recommend a moisturizer for me. I definitely like gel / cream formula more than lotion. I want something that will make my face feel soft and bright like I just got a facial. I have a subtly oily t-zone, but I don’t mind a dewy look, and normal otherwise, but right now my normal area feels tight and dry, especially after I cleanse my face. I got a sample of a cream from CLARINS w/ SPF 15. It makes my face feel soft and look bright, but my face also get a bit oily making my blush look weird, and this cream smells like men’s colonge. Yes, and I want sun protection b/c I have solar allergy. I tried SIBU hydrating serum and it made my face feel like paper and weird and not moisturized. Now, I want to try a beauty oil, cleansing oil, toner, moisturizer, but am not sure what the distinct benefits are, like all are necessary or excessive?

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  • 1/28/14 1:57 Maggie:

    ugh…orange AND lavender oil. Looks like this one isn’t for me.

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  • 3/19/14 19:33 Beeks:

    Hi there, just got this one to replace the philosophy purity one (was a no for me). I’ve only been using for 4 days but I was recommended this one for resurfacing skin texture and I have to admit after such little use my skin does have a much smoother look and less grainy texture that it had been developing. Now if only I could get a great serum/moisturizer for uneven pigmentation!! I am trying out Korres wild rose moisturizer….so far too greasy but I always give skincare a 2 week trial!

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