This review is on Innisfree Green Tea Balancing Cleansing Oil. We have a review of Innisfree Moisture Cleansing Oil on IMBB. There are other variants in the cleansing oil range of Innisfree. Let’s get to the review Innisfree Green Tea Balancing Cleansing Oil right away.
USD 21/INR 1400 for 150 ml bottle.
Smooth and hydrating cleansing oil containing freshly squeezed Jeju green tea.
1.Fresh green tea water squeezed out from organically grown fresh green tea leaves is rich in amino acids and minerals that moisturize and brighten skin that’s become dehydrated by cleansing.
2.The cleansing oil that is gently rolled on the skin to cleanse the face and leaves rich moisture on face.
How To Use:
Smoothly and evenly apply oil onto facial skin that has not been damped yet. Add water as you massage with your fingertips to remove makeup. Based on skin type, rinse with lukewarm water or use cleansing foam for futher cleansing.
My Experience with Innisfree Green Tea Balancing Cleansing Oil:
I picked up it almost 10 days back. I was looking for a change from my Bobbi Brown Cleansing Oil. I really wanted to give this one a try. I have been really, really enjoying this cleansing oil from Innisfree. It is mostly meant for people with normal skin, but I have normal to dry, it is working just fine. It does not make my skin either dry or very hydrated. I could totally use the “Moisture” variant the next time I want to, but so far, this cleansing oil has been good.
This cleansing oil smells very refreshing. It comes in a pump bottle. You just take one pump of it and it’s good to remove about 90% of the makeup, I would say. It does not remove, let say, waterproof makeup, but I am absolutely okay with it because I anyway remove my eye makeup before doing the whole cleansing oil thing, so I do not mind that it doesn’t remove waterproof makeup so effectively.
I would say it removes 90% of the makeup and smells very refreshing. It is very gentle on the skin. It does not strip your skin off moisture, I mean no residue gets left behind. It also includes extracts of orange, grapefruit, bergamot, tangerine. It does feel like that you are using a good oil for your skin.
The texture is not very thick, not very thin. You can give a nice massage to your face with this oil. It kind of breaks down all the makeup and you are left with quite fresh skin, especially people who have combination skin – the smell and the way it is, it feels very very refreshing on the skin.
This cleansing oil is not at all harsh on the skin, it does not clog pores, never broke me out. It emulsifies very nicely, you have to just add a few drops of water and massage it on your skin. You can then rinse it off and rinses off very nicely.
I absolutely have been enjoying this product, I would really repurchase it. I wouldn’t say it is as effective as my Bobbi Brown Cleansing Oil, but I feel Bobbi Brown cleansing oil is more suitable for my skin type. This is more suitable for people with normal to combination skin, but as you know the weather is changing, I don’t mind using it.
Really really, highly recommend it. It’s really difficult to get hold of it because it gets sold out so quickly.
Pros of Innisfree Green Tea Balancing Cleansing Oil:
- Removes about 90% of makeup effectively.
- Not harsh on the skin.
- Emulsifies really well.
- Leaves fresh skin behind.
- Has extracts of orange, tangerine, bergamot, etc. Good oil for skin.
- Does not clog pores.
Cons of Innisfree Green Tea Balancing Cleansing Oil:
- Does not remove waterproof makeup.
- Gets sold out quickly.
The price of this cleansing oil is really good for the product that it is.
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