I’ve been using oils to remove my makeup for quite a few years now and I think that it’s the most gentle and effective way of pre-cleansing your skin.
One of the very first makeup removing oils I’ve ever used was Boscia’s Makeup Breakup Oil. I’ve used it for a couple of years until I fell in love with plain, regular Jojoba Oil I buy at Trader Joe’s. While I still love my Jojoba Oil and I’m not planning to stop using it anytime soon, I really wanted to try something new, perhaps something a bit lighter- that’s how I found a new favorite: Fresh Seaberry Skin Nutrition Cleansing Oil.
“Seaberry Skin Nutrition Cleansing Oil helps remove impurities and makeup, including waterproof. The blend of nourishing oils and protective extracts effectively cleanses the skin while maintaining natural moisture levels, so skin feels soft and supple and looks healthy and radiant.”
-Seaberry oil, also known as seabuckthorn oil, is a powerful antioxidant rich in moisturizing -omegas 3, 6, 7 & 9 that help revitalize, protect, and soften the skin.
-Orpheus flower extract helps protect.
-Nigella oil helps remove impurities.
-Camellia seed oil helps nourish and retain moisture.
-Cranberry seed oil, packed with omegas 3, 6 & 9 and a type of vitamin E, helps maintain the skin’s elasticity and smoothness.
-Rocou extract is packed with potent natural antioxidants.
-Grapeseed oil helps maintain hydration levels.
You know that usually when writing reviews I first talk about some aspects/things about the product that I really enjoy, and then talk about some things I didn’t like. This will not be the case today.
There isn’t a single thing that I didn’t like about this cleansing oil, which is huge for me. Usually, even if I enjoy a product quite a lot, there’s always a thing or two that bothers me- the scent, the packaging, etc. Fresh Seaberry Skin Nutrition Cleansing Oil is one the best skincare products I’ve tried in a while. It does a wonderful job at removing all traces of makeup and I just love how soft, smooth and supple my skin feels after each use. It’s a much lighter oil than my all-time favorite Jojoba Oil, but it still removes all makeup- even waterproof mascara. I also don’t feel like I need to rub my eyes for hours in order to get the makeup to come off. Best part of all? You don’t need to use a whole lot of product. I massage 2-3 pumps onto my dry skin then add a little warm water to let the oil emulsify and rinse. If using this at night, I follow up with a cleanser. The oil has a very delicate scent, is totally safe to use around the eyes and doesn’t leave them blurry.
The packaging is yet another thing to love about this cleansing oil. It comes in a plastic bottle and has a pump. I’ve used several different cleansing oils and most of them have a tendency to leak which makes it difficult to keep not only the bottle, but also your bathroom sink clean (like this oil from Garnier which is AMAZING, but does have tendency to leak and get a little messy). Fresh Seaberry Skin Nutrition Cleansing Oil, however, comes with a short and sturdy pump that locks and never leaks any product out.
Do you like using oils to remove your makeup? Ever since I’ve tried them, I reallyI can’t imagine using anything else.