A BALANCING ACT. Cleansing made easy with an oily alternative
Getting rid of oil in the face by rubbing it with oil. The logic of this might sound a bit off, but cleansing oils to remove excess oil is a real thing. And it works. To be exact, cleansing oils bind the oil and dirt that accumulates on our skin and rinses them away. Or in other words, it works by dissolving “bad” oils with “good” oils. While it does sound like how the typical facial cleanser works, cleansing oils do not disturb the skin’s pH balance and it does not leave the skin dry. The latter is something that everyone using oil-free cleansers often have to deal with, and worse than just the dryness, this will actually cause the skin to produce even more sebum and thereby compounding the problem. Cleansing oils avoid this problem by regulating your skin’s natural oil production. As a result, its nourishing qualities will not only leave your skin clean, but hydrated and moist.
Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Botanical Cleansing Oil
Kiehl’s Midnight Recovery Botanical Cleansing Oil is prepared specifically for night time replenishment. It is formulated with a blend of pure botanical oils such as plant-derived lipid and lavender essential oil, which, altogether, leaves the skin on your face balanced and soothed.
Acqua di Parma’s Italian Resort Face and Eye Cleansing Oil
Acqua di Parma’s Italian Resort Face and Eye Cleansing Oil cleans and preserves the skin’s natural moisture levels without leaving any oily residue. In contact with lukewarm water, this product spreads into the pores to remove impurities, resulting in soft and moisturized skin.
La Mer’s The Cleansing Oil
La Mer’s The Cleansing Oil is a detoxifying cleanser that contains the house’s famed Miracle Broth. What does it do? It allows the skin to focus on natural repair. In addition, The Cleansing Oil also contains marine oils and white pearl powder for brighter and more luminous skin.
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