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L'Oreal Skin Perfection 15 Second Miracle Cleansing Oil Review







The thought of rubbing an oil all over my face is pretty scary. But with dry, dehydrated skin a cleansing oil might actually be one of the best things for my skin.
The Miracle Cleansing Oil claims to help re-balance the natural oil production, restoring optimum levels of hydration, rather than stripping away the natural essential oils when removing makeup. 

I've used this in two different ways - rubbed into the skin then removed with warm water or removed with a micellar water. Both ways remove every last trace of makeup and both leave my skin feeling soft and healthy. I can't quite decide which I prefer, though the instructions do say use warm water and the oil does become milkier when using water so probably achieves a deeper cleanse. 

The oil is quite light and (for being an oil) doesn't feel too greasy. A couple of small pumps give enough product to remove a full face of makeup and it doesn't take much rubbing to dissolve even the strongest of mascaras. A bit more pricey than the L'Oreal Micellar water at £7.99 but it seems like it'd last a lot longer, and is still a cheaper alternative to the high end versions. The only problem here is the mineral oil content (which I'm not too clued up on yet).

Though it's suitable for all skin types I can only really comment on dry or dehydrated skin. I'd recommend it for removing waterproof eye makeup, and thick layers of face makeup. I'm still a bit too scared to use this everyday but I'd highly recommend adding this into your skin care routine a few times a week to help rebalance the skin. My skin hasn't had any bad reactions which is always a good sign.

Have you used any cleansing oils?

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