Nature Republic Forest Garden Cleansing Oil: Argan
Comes in three versions, Argan, chamomile and Olive.
For all skin types
Using oils as cleansers
I have written a post on this here, but basically, they are good oils that remove the bad oils on your face.
The packaging is really nice and pretty. It is a sturdy plastic bottle with a pump. I prefer these types of dispensers, because they are simple and easy to disperse. Usually one pump is enough for the face.
How to use it
Add the product in your hands and warm it up, then apply to your face and massage it in. Rinse with lukewarm water and massage until it turns white.
My thoughts on Nature Republic Forest Garden Argan Cleansing Oil
I am a total sucker for cleansing oils, I simply love them. They work wonders and they are amazing for every skin type there is.
Before I started with Korean skincare I used pure Argan oil as a moisturizer. It was really amazing and did a good job, just not good enough for my skin. So I was really looking forward in trying this one out.
This one is no exception. It is a great cleansing oil that really cleanses my face.
It is somewhat strong scented, which I am not so happy about, but I forgive it, just because it is such a great product.
I always use an oil cleanser as my first cleanser since I follow the Korean skincare routine and double cleanse method. In the mornings, I don’t always double cleanse, then this is just perfect as a single cleanser.
If you have a full face on (that is eyeliner, mascara, face products and lips) I really recommend you to remove the eye makeup first with an eye makeup remover. Simply because you don’t get so much oil in your eyes when doing so. This product will remove the mascara as well, but you will get product in your eyes doing so.
After rinsing, some oil cleansers leave a residue on the skin, this one doesn’t which is a huge plus for me.
I really like this one.
I give this product 6/7
Where to get it
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