Let’s Talk About Cleansing Oil

I don’t know about you, but I always hate the hassle of removing makeup, especially eye makeup. Thankfully, cleansing oil exists! Cleansing oil is a lazy girl’s saving grace when it comes to removing makeup. Don’t be intimidated by the word oil. What makes cleansing oil so great is that it rinses off very easily. In this post, I’ll be talking about the one I’ve been using recently: the Bioré Cleansing Oil. 


The Bioré Cleansing Oil aims to remove makeup, dirt, and excess sebum without leaving the skin feeling slick and greasy. It comes with a pump, and I usually use one and a half pumps to cleanse my whole face. Also, the cleansing oil smells exactly like apple juice!

To use cleansing oils, you would need to massage it onto your dry face with dry hands. It’s safe to use around the eyes and lips, and massaging the oil helps to break down the makeup. To remove the oil, all you need to do is rinse it off your face. It’s really that simple! The oil becomes milky upon contact with water, and it’s really easy to wash off. It should leave your face feeling clean, soft, and supple. You can leave it at that, or you could go in with your usual facial cleanser for a deeper clean. The Bioré Cleansing Oil  is formulated with Mineral Oil, and while it is safe to use on the face, it’s a comedogenic ingredient, and it could potentially clog your pores. Personally, I haven’t had any problems with it, but you never know. It would be safer to cleanse with your usual facial cleanser after you use this cleansing oil to prevent clogged pores.

Overall, I really enjoy using the Bioré Cleansing Oil. The packaging is really practical, it smells incredible, and it’s also quite affordable at P320. Don’t let the hassle of removing makeup stop you from wearing it, especially when you have the option of using cleansing oils.

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