Ever since I had my first job, I've been wearing make-up (light make-up) to make myself at least presentable. I don't have a perfect, flawless skin. So make-ups come to the rescue. I'm not really a heavy make up user because I don't really know how to wear one. Plus I don't have time in the morning to do a lot. Make-ups can be harmful to the skin. This happens if at the end of the day you forgot to remove those make ups. I always make sure that I at least clean my face. Cleansing oil comes to the rescue. I have used different cleansing oil before. I love to test and try different cleansing oil. Though I loved some of them but the fun of trying a new one makes me decide not to buy that product again (yet!). One product I have tried is the Etude House Cleansing Dream Light Cleansing Oil.
Etude House Cleansing Dream Light Cleansing Oil
...very much empty :)...
cleansing oil with a pure sensation specially formulated to gently remove make up,
oil and impurities from complexion
Active Ingredients: Green Tea and Secale Cereale (Rye) Seed Extracts
Mineral Oil Free / Alcohol Free / Clinically Tested
Performance: 4/5 stars
Packaging: 4/5 stars
Pricing: 4/5 stars
This is a great cleanser to remove make-ups and sunscreen. However, if you are a heavy make up user I think this won't do. This feels so light like almost water. Not much greasiness after using it though you still really need your other cleanser to completely remove those impurities. Lasted me for almost 6th months and with just nightly used of 2-3 pumps. No irritation, allergies, or new bumps. There is no noticeable strong scent. Just light scent that doesn't hurt the nose :) I love the packaging which comes in a transparent, plastic, pump bottle in light pink. You could really see how much of the product you still have. The good thing with this product is that it is easily available now in local Etude store. I remember that I was having a hard time looking for this product because it is always out-of-stock. When I saw it was available at one time, I did not think twice and grabbed it! (hahaha!) This is sold at around Php500 something in the local Etude store. I usually get my cleansing oil on pre-orders but if I can't get one soon, because my Nature Republic cleansing oil (which I'll review soon) is almost empty, I think I might as well buy another one of this. Over all, i love it :)
Remember to clean those face before calling it a day :)