Tonymoly Wonder Olive Tox Cleansing Oil
Cleansing,  Reviews,  Skincare

Tonymoly Wonder Olive Tox Cleansing Oil

Background

190 ml
15 USD

Description

An olive oil-based facial cleanser that dissolves makeup thoroughly with zero residues.
Wonder Olive Tox Cleansing Oil contains 73.3% of Spanish olive oil, high quality of extra virgin olive oil and Vitamin E.

How to use it

Dispense two to three pumps into palms and massage gently over dry skin.
Rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water.

Ingredients

Olive Oil(73.3%), Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Sorbeth-30 Tetraoleate, Pentylene Glycol, Caprylyl Glycol, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil

My thoughts on Tonymoly Wonder Olive Tox Cleansing Oil

I love oil cleansers. And I mean really love them. I find them to be the most gentle and non damaging to my skin of all cleanser types there is. Cleansing balms falls under the same category.

My skin is super dry and I do follow the double cleanse method but this depends on how my skin is at a certain time. If I use a lot of makeup or if I have been using sunblock I always double cleanse.

Yup, you read right IF I use sunblock. I am not one of those people who use sunblock everyday. Don’t get me wrong, whenever I go outside I do use sunblock but not indoors. And since I live in a colder country (Sweden) there are days I don’t spend much time outdoors.

But if I haven’t used any makeup or my skin is feeling a little drier I will go for only one cleanser and this almost always turns out to be an oil cleanser.

I bought the Tonymoly Wonder Olive Tox Cleansing Oil some time ago but really needed to finish up all my almost empty bottles so I finally got to this one.

Tonymoly Wonder Olive Tox Cleansing Oil
Tonymoly Wonder Olive Tox Cleansing Oil

Packaging

The packaging is really nice. It comes in a yellow toned plastic bottle with a pump. The pump makes it really easy to get enough product out without getting too much of the good stuff.

This cleansing oil is on the thicker side. That is not a bad thing but it is mainly a thing that differs between cleansing oils.

I do find it a little bit more difficult massaging it on my face since it is a little thicker, this only means that it is easier to add an extra pump of product when using it.

Tonymoly Wonder Olive Tox Cleansing Oil is really effective in getting my makeup off. But make sure to massage it in for a little while before you wash it off. When washing it off it is a little more demanding than a lot of other cleansing oils. What I mean by that is that you have to massage a little extra.

When adding water to your face the oil turns into a soluble liquid and turns white.

Always when using oils on ones face you sight will be blurred for a little while. But it will not sting your eyes at least. Blurred vision is just natural when using a cleansing oil. At least to me. But it will not last (only for a few seconds). It will not leave any residue on my skin after washing it off and my skin feels a little moisturized after using it.

This oil is not scented but it has some kind of scent to it that I really cant explain. I do think it is simply an oil scent of some kind.

Even though I like this cleansing oil it is not my favorite. Probably because of that it is a little thicker than other oils I have been using. I live with cronic pain so when I wash my face and you stand bend over the sink I will get a lot of pain. So the shorter time I need to stay bend is better. But if you don’t have those issues this is a good one.

Tonymoly Wonder Olive Tox Cleansing Oil

Conclusion

This is a good cleansing oil but not my favorite. It is easy to use and is a really good products to start with if you haven’t tried cleansing oils before.

I give this product 5/7

Other cleansing oils

The Saem phyto seven cleansing oil

TonyMoly Floria Nutra Energy Cleansing Oil

Missha deep clear cleansing oil

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