Alright, all you beauty followers. Seemingly, we will have to decide. Decision, mind you is also the call for our beauty. Maybe, not every week, but we have to, more aptly, when we need to replenish our beauty products. I bet you will agree with me, I am sure you too have realise that we can't run, neither hide our face. Therefore, we must decide, our next course of action is definitely deciding on which product it should be. Unless of course, go ahead, I won't stop you, if you insist on being faithful to the same beauty catcher. I mean, you can buy the same product you are comfortable with, for as long as you want, you can actually. I on the other hand, I like to venture, well, what can you expect from an adventurous beauty like me? Remember, can you still recall we spoke about budget and cleansing oils Neutrogena Deep Clean Cleansing Oil, Shu Uemura Subtlime Cleansing Oil, Body Shop White Shiso Cleansing Oil )? That's right. I think, by now, I have already given you a clue where I am leading you now. Obviously, back at Guardian, where I didn't mind being open and liberal minded to Hada Labo Cleansing Oil With High Purity Olive Oil (RM52.85). As usual, I made sure I read the product information, ingredients and its goodness, you might as well, not only prior to buying this cleansing oil, but whenever you have to decide on your own, over any beauty product.
Packaged in a fuss-free, practical and hygienic tall bottle with a pump, Hada Labo Cleansing Oil With High Purity Olive Oil is colourless, somewhat thin and runny and does not smell like olives. I was surprise as well. I was under the impression that this cleansing oil will be yellow, additionally, must smell like olives. How wrong I was. Wrong checkmate. Only the bottle is yellow, for indicating, honestly, I myself don't know for what. Perhaps, let me guess, to indicate its an oil cleanser? Sound corny, isn't it? I know. Most cleansing oils are colorless by the way, never mind, lets not harp on it. Come, lets get to know Hada Labo Cleansing Oil With High Purity Olive Oil, which emulsifies and turns milky, once you apply and massage it with water.
Non greasy, and spreading easily, Hada Labo Cleansing Oil washes away, make sure you do it by generously splashing water, cold water, without leaving behind any residue. It also does a good job in removing dirt without stripping away skin's natural oils. But, the but for me with cleansing oils, always and forever been, is removing my make-up. Hada Labo Cleansing Oil too failed. Massively. Even my, just a single, light stroke eyeliner was a major struggle for this cleansing oil. The worst of it all, it clogged up my nose and under eye area. Within less than a week. I actually felt the roughness, akin sand paper, on both of these areas. Most probably, olive oil is the culprit, strong for my sensitive-combination skin. That also, with only once a day use, in the evening, I can't, as much as I tried, I can't also understand the logic to its super hyaluronic acid formula. I am still wondering. Still I am. No benefits whatsoever, Hada Labo Cleansing Oil With High Purity Olive Oil is basically a basic oil for cleansing. Bottom line, I am not all hyped up. Actually, I sort of regretted buying. To say its cheap, no, it is not. Not even affordable. l am kissing bye to Hada Labo Cleansing Oil With High Purity Olive Oil. I'm sure there are better deals from other brands.
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