I use hydrophilic oil of this brand for the first time, before that I had another one. And the old one was fine with me, but I wanted something new. So, this oil has a pleasant aroma, I liked it. It cleans the skin from makeup remarkably, but it doesn’t cope well with moisture-resistant mascara, leaving traces like a panda. So I don't think I will buy again. Girls, and do not forget that after the oil, you need to wash your face with a cleansing gel.
- I used this with waterproof mascara, both BB creams and regular foundation. It works really well.
- Turns milky with water, washes off with little residue. Of course, it's recommended to follow with facial soap which takes care of all residue.
- love that it's in a pump bottle with the stopper - easy for traveling and I don't have to dip my fingers in a container.
- Has an slight alcoholic smell which goes away pretty quickly. After that, the smell is quite pleasant.
I’m a fan of Burt’s Bees cleansing oil, but got bored and decided to try something new. Missha’s cleansing oil is just as good, although the texture is slightly thinner than the Burt’s Bees one. In any case, it does the job as expected; removing waterproof mascara, sunscreen and the likes with ease. I find it curious that some reviewers complained about the fragrance, but I like it. It smells luxurious without the price tag. Recommended.
I love this brand, I use their products for a few years now. This is a great cleanser to take off the residue of eye and lip makeup. My skin in sensitive and it works fine, it's gentle enough. But after that I use a foaming cleanser and a toner, to make sure no oil stays on my skin. Great size and the package is nice, it's transparent so you can see how much is left to use. I might repurchase, need to use it up before I decide.
beautiful cleansing oil, emulsifies immediately when in contact with water. it has a rich aroma and is super light. perfectly melts makeup and sunscreen.
Missha brand never lets you down, she would have a complete routine because I love her