Burt’s Bees Cleansing Oil ($15.99) is a new mineral oil free facial cleansing oil with both coconut and argan oils that removes makeup, dirt, and oil.
Burt’s Bees Cleansing Oil is one of a few new cleansing oils you’ll see launching this Fall at drugstores and I, for one, couldn’t be more excited. Although we have a few drugstore cleansing oils like Garnier Clean Nourishing Cleansing Oil, there’s still a rather big gap in both the budget and high end skincare world where cleansing oils are concerned. I like that we’re starting to see more and more budget options available and I feel like Korean and Japanese skincare are part of the reason for that change as they have been heavily influencing both our makeup and skincare options here in the US lately!
Let’s take a look at Burt’s Bees Cleansing Oil!
Mizon King to the Kong No. 1 King’s Berry Cleansing Oil is a massive 13.8 oz bottle of cleansing oil available from Korean beauty brand, Mizon. After nearly eight months I’m proud to say that I’ve just finished off my bottle of Mizon King to the Kong No. 1 King’s Berry Cleansing Oil.
Like King, this bottle is massive! Even Shu’s larger size Cleansing Oil is smaller in comparison coming in at 13.4 oz in size! So if you’re one that doesn’t like to replace skincare often this here cleansing oil is for you!
Dry skin girls and guys rejoice! L’Occitane Shea Butter Cleansing Oil ($22) has arrived and contains a whooping 5% shea oil that keeps your skin moist and pleasantly hydrated while removing all your makeup (even waterproof mascara) easily.
I have dry skin and lately I haven’t been able to use certain oil cleansers as they seem to be drying my skin out terribly so I’ve resorted to removing my makeup with cream based cleansers. Recently, L’Occitane Shea Butter Cleansing Oil passed across my desk and I was ever so delighted I could start using oil cleanser again without the fear of too tight skin!
Holika Holika Soda Pore Cleansing BB Deep Cleansing Oil is one of those confusing product that you might automatically assume is a cleansing oil, I know I did. But actually, this is a deep pore cleansing oil that works in a very, very interesting way.
Take a look!
Clinique Take The Day Off Cleansing Oil ($27) is one of those simple and effective cleansing oils that does not have fragrance and is created with a natural oil-like ingredient from the Castor Bean Plan.
I’m always terribly surprised when folks, especially oily skin ones, shy away from cleansing oils. Believe me they really should be a stable in your makeup removal regime as they do an excellent job of completely eliminating makeup and no, they do NOT make your face oily! Makeup god’s honest truth!