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This oil cleanser smells really sweet and nice, and it removes my base make up really well. However, the packaging leaks quite a lot and it’s not the best at removing my eye and lip make up. It’s an oil that I’ll continue to use, but not one that I would repurchase.

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Livia

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6 Comments

  1. Not sure if I missed it but did you try the old version of this? I really loved the original and haven't really found anything comparable since :/ not even the Holika Holika Seed Blossom Cleansing Oil compares

  2. I have been using extra virgin coconut oil as oil cleanser and it works awesome even with makeup that is hard to remove. I suppose a not so expensive oil like almond oil would work the same and still cheaper than korean oil cleansers.

  3. Just a tip, but it would have been better to do the hand test with eyeliner rather than liptints since liptints are almost always impossible to completely remove. And have you tried the face shop rice water bright cleanser? it has amazing reviews online and I wonder if it's better than this one

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