Years ago I invested in a luxury size of Bobbi Browns Soothing Cleansing oil. I thought, at the time that this new way of cleansing would be the answer to removing makeup gently, while still keeping my skin hydrated. Was I ever wrong! To say I hated this product was a gross understatement. It didn’t remove makeup… come to think about it, it didn’t really do much of anything, plus it irritated the heck out of my eyes. So for years and despite growing popularity I avoided cleansing oils like the plague... until now!
Ladies and gentleman introducing the very popular Super Facialist Skin Renew Cleansing Oil! With its enormous online frame (dare I even say cult status) I thought this would be the perfect product to persuade me into the world of cleaning oil. I mean if beauty editors and bloggers alike both rave about this, then why shouldn’t I? Right?
As a night time shower cleanser user, there is a learning curve to cleansing oils. I say that because if your face is slightly wet it causes the oil to emulsify instantly, which leads to lackluster results. However if your skin is completely dry it’s a different ball game! Applied on dry skin Skin Renew Cleansing Oil remains oily which allows you to work the product into your skin. In addition to just removing makeup the cocktail of oils work together to nourish and hydrate the skin too. Once water is added this oil instantly dissolves, leaving you with clean, baby soft skin.
Skin Renew Cleansing Oil gets a lot of online hype and I am here to confirm it’s amazing. On days where I want to remove makeup quickly this has my back. Likewise on days where I want to indulge in a long facial message this has enough slip to get me through. Effective formula, beautiful orange scent, handy flip top packaging, super soft skin … I know what you’re thinking ‘how expensive is this going to be?’ The truth is it’s not expensive. This bottle set me back $11.99, which in my opinion makes it one of the best affordable skincare products around.