Thursday, January 5, 2012

Review: Missha M Perfect B.B. Deep Cleansing Oil

Along with the BB creams in the Missha BB sampler is the Missha M Deep Cleansing Oil. This is my first cleansing oil and I'm in love ♡^▽^♡ .... this had made my cleansing routine faster and less scrubby.


About the Product: (Taken from the website)
-> Made specifically to deep clean skin while removing BB cream, oils, and other pore clogging residue.
-> Water soluble oil dissolves dirt, excess oil and makeup as it rinses off completely with water.
-> removes the toughest waterproof makeup as it makes skin feel fresh and clean.

Direction:
-> Dispense 2-3 pumps of cleansing oil into palm of dry hands
-> Massage oil gently and into circular motion onto dry face. Sprinkle hands lightly with water and massage onto face again to emulsify oil
-> Rinse face with lukewarm water. After washing off cleansing oil, use cleansing foam for best results.


Waterproof liners, Blush, Primed Eyeshadow, Mascara swatches

A couple of drops....
Rub, Rub, Rub

Only traces of the waterproof gel liner is left

follow with cleansing wash...
Kose Cleanser (Foam form)
Rub Rub Rub
Squeaky Clean

What I like:
-> effectively removes makeup, even most waterproof mu
-> does not dry skin
-> moisturizing
-> 2-3 drops is enough for the entire face
-> Oil removes easy with water

What I don't like:
-> has a weird hard to describe scent
-> availability
-> can blur vision if you use too much in the eye area
-> feels a little bit greasy afterwards so using a cleansing wash is a must

 Since I've been using this I can skip the eye makeup remover, the makeup remover cloths, and lessen my facial cleansing to 1x from 3x. (I like making sure my face is squeaky clean) This has lessen the scrubbing and tugging my skin usually suffers. Why have I not discovered cleansing oils before!?


*On a regular day, my makeup consist of foundation/bb cream, lipstick, blush, eyeliner, and mascara. 


Note: Missha is cruelty free

11 comments:

Eunice said...

Wow, the cleansing oil really looks promising and the fact that it's cruelty-free makes it more appealing. Thanks for sharing! :)

xx,
Eunicehttp://lacesandtiaras.blogspot.com/ 

Jane said...

I love cruelty free products. Thanks for this review, much needed since I only use cleansing oils to take my makeup off!

Donna Hsueh said...

Ohh wowieee! I'm sold! :P I'll be sure to pick this up next time I make a Missha purchase! Thanks for the review! :D

Soo said...

ooh! that rubrubrub pic looks kinda scary! lol
this seems nice, I've been liking oil cleansers myself :)

Paige said...

lol the power of the cleansing oil! which cleansing oils have you tried? I want to try other brands too

Soo said...

Shu Uemura and YSL's!

Paige said...

I've seen so many good reviews for the Shu, it's expensive though.

Soo said...

I'm sure your Missha one is just fine! I haven't bought anything from Shu since I got an eyelash curler. too expensive for me as of late, even if I want to buy some products >o<

Rinny said...

This looks like a really good oil cleanser! I recently started using an oil cleanser by Kose and I really like it because it removes face and eye makeup so well. I'll have to try the Missha one the next time they have a sale :D

Janet said...

ah...probably won't consider this as an option anymore as it would blur vision..I prefer a cleansing oil that is ophthalmologist tested..so that for sure it won't do any harm on our eyes..Thanks for sharing this review...I'm actually thinking to purchase this..but maybe I'll skip this...=)

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