Etude House O-le-mong One Shot Sherbet Cleanser
All skin types
The packaging is simple and yellow, what can go wrong with yellow😊. It is a sturdy plastic jar. They don’t include a spatula for this one, which is a downside (I do have a lot of spatulas at home but the once of you that doesn’t it would be great if they included one). If you travel and want to bring this type of product with you I would suggest to put it in a plastic bag first because it might leak.
How to use it
Add a small amount to your hand and then gently massage the cleanser into your face, rinse with lukewarm water.
My thoughts on Etude House O-le-mong One Shot Sherbet Cleanser
This product is a sherbet cleanser and simply it is an oil cleanser, in the form of thicker paste instead of liquid oil. I just love using oil cleansers, they really get my face clean and if you haven’t tried an oil cleanser before I really recommend you to try one.
When I first opened this jar, I was really surprised by the strong scent. It has a really strong citrus scent. And usually I really like citrus (if I need to choose a scent) For my sensitive nose the scent is quite strong and really too much. A lot of people seem to love the scent but nope, not me.
This is really easy to use, it melts very easily on the skin. The cleanser is a thick paste that melts between your hands when warmed up and it really cleans my face.
One part of me like this and one part of me don’t. When I rinse this off my skin it feels like it is not completely gone. The product leaves some residue behind and I am not a fan of that. If I use a foam cleanser after the feeling of left over product goes away. I simply feel that it is somewhat difficult to get off.
It does remove waterproof mascara, but when using this as an eye makeup remover you will get oil in your eyes which will blur your vision for a while.
I give this product 3/7
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