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Monday, 8 August 2016

Review | Etude House Real Art Cleansing Oil (Moisture)

Etude House Real Art Cleansing Oil makeup remover blog review
After briefly mentioning Etude House's Real Art Cleansing Oil in my Garnier Micellar Oil-Infused Cleansing Water review post, a lot of people came to me wanting to know more about it. As I couldn't wait for someone to bring the cleansing oil back from Asia like I'd said I would in my previous post, I reevaluated my stingy ass and bought it online.

Etude House's Real Art Cleansing Oil has genuinely been my number one makeup remover for years. I'm so lazy with removing my makeup. First it's face wipes, then it's eye makeup remover and then it's face cleanser... ain't nobody got time for that! That's why when I first discovered the cleansing oil, I knew that it'll be my holy grail product for life.

Righteo, let's get this review started! Coming in bright yellow packaging, the box features a Mona Lisa drawing (which is pretty random I'd have to say). Then inside the box, there is a dispensable pump alongside the actual product. The pump is extremely handy and makes it much more hygienic to use. Without this pump, I'd probably be really disappointed with the application of this product.

Etude House Real Art Cleansing Oil makeup remover blog review
Etude House Real Art Cleansing Oil makeup remover blog review

After one pump & rub:

Etude House Real Art Cleansing Oil makeup remover blog review

After rinsing in water:


Etude House Real Art Cleansing Oil makeup remover blog review

VoilĂ ! Now you know why it's my holy grail product. All makeup simply dissolves just by using one pump of oil cleanser! Amazing right?! One full pump is normally more than enough for me to remove a full face of makeup - even waterproof makeup like mascara, eyeliner, lipsticks and lip stains. As this product is a cleansing oil, the main ingredients are coconut oil, grape seed oil and apricot kernel oil. It has a pleasant and light citrus scent that isn't overbearing during application. The texture of the oil is really thin and light-weight too, so it doesn't feel like you're rubbing cooking oil all over your face. When spreading the product all over my dry face, there is no tugging of the skin involved as the cleanser glides very easily before emulsifying with water - leaving my face completely makeup-free!

Even though this product is an oil cleanser, I still go through a secondary cleansing stage with my usual foam cleanser to make sure my face is squeaky-clean. Going through this process is so much better than going through the tedious routine that I used to have before discovering Etude House's Real Art Cleansing Oil.

What do you think? Have I converted you yet? If you're not too fond of cleansing oils, why not try out my tried and tested alternative: Garnier Micellar Oil-Infused Cleansing Water.

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2 comments

  1. Such an amazing product! Thanks for the review girl.

    XO, Jessi
    http://www.mywhiteT.com

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