L'oreal Skin Perfection 15 second Miracle Cleansing Oil

Since starting college we have been using Dermalogica Pre Cleanse, which is an oil cleanser. It is used as step 1 in the cleanse sequence to melt make up of the clients face before a cleanse is performed. Pre Cleanse is fabulous but its €46 price tag is not so fabulous and is just so out of my reach at the moment. I set about trying to find a cheaper alternative that was equally as good, and low and behold one afternoon strolling through tesco this L'oreal Cleansing Oil popped out at me. I am so glad I gave this a go. I use this at night or whenever I need to remove make up. I actually am not sure how I ever coped without it. 

This cleanser is part of a range of high performance skin balancing cleansers designed to reveal a better skin texture. It instantly dissolves all traces of make-up and impuritites. My skin feels instantly clean with a non greasy non dry feel. Using harsh cleansers can strip the skin of its essential natural oils, which leaves it feeling dehydrated and tight after cleansing. The best thing about this cleanser is that it melts all traces of make up, it doesn't leave the skin feeling tight. It's lightweight and non-greasy, suitable for all skin types. My skin is looking healthier and radiant since I started using cleanser. 

This is my favourite product of the month for October. It makes taking off your make up so much easier. All you need to do is take 2-3 drops into your hands and apply onto your face. Massage into the skin and you will see the makeup melt and dissolve. It leaves your face feeling nourished and clean. I urge anyone who hates to taking off make up to get this. It's quick and effective at removing make up and is gentle enough to use on the eyes. I picked mine up for €5 in Tesco, but I think it may have been on offer that week. I've seen it for €6.99 in Boots, many pharmacies also stock it. It normally retails at around €9.99 to €10.50 which is considerably cheaper compared to the Dermalogica PreCleanse. The only difference between both is that the L'oreal is a small bit more liquid than the Dermalogica but other than that its the same.

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