Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Review : Etude House Cleansing Dream Moisture Cleansing Oil

Growing up with oily skin, I'm always conscious of what I put on my face. When I heard of cleansing oil a few years ago, I was the first one to avoid using it because of my oily skin. However, now that I have combination skin, cleansing oil became something that piqued my interest. So, a few months ago, I bought a cleansing oil from Etude House and gave it a try. Here is the review.

Etude House Cleansing Dream Moisture Cleansing Oil
Cleansing oil with a pure sensation specially formulated to gently remove makeup, oil and impurities from complexion.
Active Ingredients: Safflower Seed Oil & Secale Cereale (Rye) Seed Extracts.
Mineral Oil Free/Alcohol Free/Clinically Tested.

will be updated as soon as I find the box

How I Use It
  • I use 2 pumps on my palms
  • Rub hands together and massage over dry face with makeup
  • Rinse with lukewarm water and pat dry with towel

What I Like About It
(^_^) It's available in most Etude House counters, although the price is more expensive  compared to online shops
(^_^)  I got mine online for Rp 120,000 (prices may vary)
(^_^)  The packaging comes with a pump, making it efficient in dispensing the product
(^_^)  The scent is not too strong, but it has a slight floral scent to it
(^_^)  It is able to remove my makeup easily, even waterproof mascara 
(^_^)  So far, it hasn't caused any bad skin reaction (allergies or acne)
(^_^)  It doesn't leave a greasy film after rinsing

What I Hate About It 
So far, I have nothing that I dislike about this product.

Overall, this is one of my favorite makeup remover. It just glides on my face, has a nice scent and takes off all off my makeup in one go. 

I would recommend this to :
* Someone with normal/combination skin
* Someone who likes cleansing oils
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  1. I have combination skin far my favourite cleansing oil is Kose Softymo Speedy cleansing oil. But after read you review maybe i'll try this one later :)

  2. Shasha, I tried Kose's cleansing oil before, but it broke me out terribly. I don't know why, though.. *sigh*