Part Of My Skin Care Routine Now! The Human Nature Gentle Cleansing Oil Review

When I first saw the process of the Korean Skin Care, I was like, "SRSLY?". Some say it's a 12-step process, other's say it's ten but for someone like me who's been accustomed to the cleanse-tone-moisturize ritual, it's very overwhelming. I even feel lazy sometimes with the 3 step process, how much more if it's a dozen. (0_0)

I noticed that prior to washing the face with a cleanser, there is a pre-cleansing process that involved removing the makeup, either with a cleansing oil, cleansing balm, cleansing water, etc. I wear makeup everyday when I go to work but I've always just been fine with washing my face at the end of the day. When I saw this Gentle Cleansing Oil at the Human Nature website I decided to try it out and see the difference that pre-cleansing would bring. You can read my review after the jump.


Human Nature Gentle Cleansing Oil
Price: Php 199.75  for 95 ml
Where I Got It: online, www.humanheartnature.com


About The Product

Good skin starts with a clean slate! Doing a primary sweep of excess oils and dirt with a cleansing oil allows your facial wash to more effectively cleanse your skin. This beauty practice is called the double cleansing method, recommended by beauty gurus to avoid enlarged pores and acne due to leftover dirt and grime. 



Our premium cleansing oil erases all traces of makeup, even the most stubborn waterproof mascara. It works double-time too – it's made with sunflower seed oil which helps condition your lashes and moisturize your skin.
-www.humanheartnature.com


Ingredients
Premium cosmetic-grade Helianthus annuus (sunflower) oil, fragrance (all-natural)

Packaging
It comes in a handy, clear plastic bottle that has a pump for dispensing the product.

Up Close

The oil looks white from this photo but IRL it's light yellow. It has a floral scent that I could do without but since it's there I'd put it in record that it's not bothersome. ;)

How To Use
Pump two to three times onto palm and massage on face then wipe it off with a soft cloth towel.

In Action

For the purpose of this blog post I made a heavy swatch of a black creamy waterproof eyeliner and tried to clean one part with one swipe of a soft cloth soaked in water and the other part with a soft cloth with the Human Nature Gentle Cleansing Oil. I guess you can clearly see how the test turned out. The cleaner side (lower part) is the one swiped with the Cleansing Oil. Not bad.

To summarize, I just made this bullet list of pros and cons that I can think of as of this moment.

Pros
- Affordability. You only need a small amount for cleansing so I'm guesstimating that this bottle could last up to 4 or 5 months. with me
- Effective. Before I discovered this product, I observed that there would still be traces of dirt on my face after toning up twice. Now, there's barely any dirt when I tone.
- Nourishing. It's made of sunflower oil so while I'm cleaning my face I'm also basically nourishing it. I have an oily skin and sometimes, I get too excited that I just over scrub while washing my face which could lead to dryness and even irritation. When I use this one, I don't feel any tightness or dryness after washing, my skin just feels soft and supple.
- Didn't give me any breakouts. Now, I don't know if it would have the same effects on your skin.

Cons
-It's made of oil, so yes, it feels greasy. :)

I got past that little greasy issue so I'm loving this product. Anyway, you're going to wash it off afterwards so why worry. 

I hope you liked this review. Drop a comment if you have queries.

XOXO,

Carissa

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