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Today i wanted to share a quick post about cleansing oils.  I don't think they are that popular here in the US, although i have seen Shu Uemura Cleansing oil at Sephora and I get emails from time to time from DHC.  I first learned about cleansing oil when i begain geting interested in Asian cosmetics and skin care.  I have tried only a couple.  The first one i tried was a sample from DHC, which worked well but i was not impressed.  Then I bought a Kose cleansing oil and that worked great.


The more i learned the more i wanted t try lol!  The next one i tried was both versions of the LANEIGE cleansing oils, but the one for dry skin works way better.  Well here i am with another oil (yea i know lol).  This one i purchased from Sasa for $20, and the much bigger size is ony $23.  It is a little pricey, but its well worth it for a couple of reasons, 1: it really removes long wear and waterproof makeup and mascara effortlessly, 2: it really is ok if your hands are wet, the oil will still work and 3: a little goes a long wa.  I use about 2 pumps for entire face and eyes!


I really like this method of cleansing my skin.  I cannot say this is miraculous even though it claims to clean the oxidized oil in the pores, however, it does help me achieve the cleanest skin before i go to bed.  I use this oil cleanser, then my regular cleanser followed by serums etc.  It is exhausting, but i have tempermental skin that is oily, acne prone, sensitive, adn has humongous pores, so i have to have clean skin.  I also use heavy duty eye makeup and i hate struggling at night when i am tired and all i want to do is crawl into bed!





No matter your hand is dry or not, you can still remove your make-up effectively.


Apart from the deep cleansing performance for heavy makeup, Shiseido Tiss 2 Way Off Oil also removes the oxidized sebum & dead cells deep from your pores effortlessly. Shiseido Tiss 2 Way Off Oil leaves your skin perfectly clean.


how to use it


Pump 4 times to dispense a proper amount onto palm. Apply to face and massage until the makeup is dissolved. Rinse off thoroughly.


country of origin:  Japan      suitable for:  all skin types



Have you ladies tried oil cleansers? or am i the only traumatized woman out there lol?  I honestly think that if Asian skin care routine and products were here in the US, we would all have great skin! Seriously, even POND'S has cool products overseas!

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Thanks for the post!  If you're looking for a DIY kind of recipe, try the following: Mix equal parts Olive Oil, Castor Oil, and Vitamin E Oil in a container.  Castor Oil can by very drying (which is great for acne-prone skin!).  If you tend to have more normal skin, you can cut back on the Castor Oil (or remove it from the line-up altogether).  Hope this helps!  I, too, use the oil cleansing method, but I don't follow-up with another washing step.  You have to be careful because if you over-wash your skin, your skin will secrete additional oil to compensate (thus perhaps stimulating more oil which we don't want!). Give it a try.  It's fun to make your own stuff and way cheaper!    

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