At the end of the day I look forward to one thing, and one thing only; taking off my make up. I think half of the fun of a beauty routine is the applying of products, the other half? The removal. Personally I find my skin reacts best to an oil based cleanser, be it a balm, liquid or gel - the slip of the oil doesn't dry out my skin, quickly melts make up and deep cleanses, ensuring that I don't further irritate my acne prone complexion. A recent skin care find that feels far more luxurious than its £18 price tag is the newly launched Caudalie Make Up Removing Cleansing Oil.
Caudalie Make Up Removing Cleansing Oil not only comes in a handy pump dispenser bottle to minimise waste - trust me you'll be thankful for it when your hands are slippery it also contains natural oils too. A gentle blend of sunflower seed oil (anti-inflammatory), sweet almond oil (emollient), vitamin E (protects against free radicals) and grapeseed oil (moisturising and very light in texture), fuse together for a deeply cleansing experience that won't strip the skin nor leave behind a greasy residue. As a side note (because I'm not sure where else to slot this nugget of information into the review), the fragrance is rather comforting - a light almond scent that reminds me (and probably many others too) of marzipan.
Caudalie Make Up Removing Cleansing Oil, it does not leave behind a greasy film nor does it have a tendency to stick to the skin - it truly is one of the easiest cleansing oils I have ever used. As an added bonus the Caudalie Make-up Removing Cleansing Oil is gentle enough to be used on the eye area and will effectively remove even waterproof mascara free from irritation.
Caudalie Make Up Removing Cleansing Oil £18/100ml via Feel Unique - link.
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