DHC Deep Cleansing Oil


When cleansing, it’s either an oil or a cleansing balm that I’ll use to remove my make-up and although I prefer balms, oils are perfect for lazy nights as all I have to do is just quickly work the oil into the skin and wash it off turning it into a milky substance leaving my skin without any oily residue. I’ve tried my fair share of cleansing oils but none have got the job done quite like DHC’s Deep Cleansing Oil* which is one of the latest Japanese beauty imports.

The Deep Cleansing Oil is an olive oil based cleanser, and unlike other cleansing oils DHC‘s offering is a fuss-free oil with no bells and whistles which gets the job done in seconds. Also, it doubles up as a great brush cleaner. When I clean them with a shampoo, I often have to clean them 2-3 times until they’re thoroughly cleaned but the Deep Cleansing Oil gets them clean just once!

4 Responses to DHC Deep Cleansing Oil

  1. I’ve used this, I still have a little left. While I like it for cleaning the face scrupulously, I did find that my skin broke out in a few bumps after a couple of weeks of using it. Perhaps I didn’t rinse properly, as I found when I really rinsed, it didn’t happen so much. So perhaps that the key to this – RINSE THOROUGHLY!

    I like the idea of using it to clean the brushes, though, perhaps I’ll use up the remnants for that weekly task! :)

    Ambarina xXx

    • Come to think about it, my skin is actually breaking out right now and I had a few products in mind that were causing it but I never thought about the cleansing oil. Thanks for telling me Ambarina, I’m going to eliminate it from my skincare and see how that works!

  2. aah, I really need to try a cleansing oil! I’ve heard a lot of good stuff about Shu Umera’s cleansing oil. Have you tried it? xo

    • Hafsa Issa-Salwe

      The Shu Uemura oils are great, they’re of a thinner consistency than the DHC oil and there’s more variety too!

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