For those of you who are acne-prone (like moi), it can feel incredibly counterintuitive to use a cleansing oil.
I find, however, that it’s the best way to remove makeup and SPF. If you need the oil equivalent of a training bra to get you to make the leap from oil-free to oil-full, try Murad’s Renewing Cleansing Oil.
|No reference to a training bra can be made without referring to this tome.|
You’ll rest assured it won’t upset your skin’s balance, as it’s a dermatologist-developed, non-comedogenic cleanser that’s formulated with a blend of natural botanical oils to gently remove impurities, irritants and makeup, while delivering essential moisture. It contains sweet almond oil, olive fruit extract, jojoba and licorice, among other natural ingredients.
Renewing Cleansing Oil retails for $32 at sephora.com. Are you on board with cleansing oils?
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Makes complete sense to use a cleansing oil if you have a normal to oily complexion. I have used Bobbi Brown’s Cleansing Oil and love how it breaks down makeup without stripping my skin.
Cleansing oil sounds like such an oxymoron, considering you tend to use a cleanser to get rid of oil. I like how it contains a lot of natural ingredients, so maybe I should give it a try first before jumping to any conclusions.