DHC Deep Cleansing Oil Review

If you are looking for a natural cleansing oil that will clean your face, take off your makeup (yes, that includes waterproof mascara!), and help reverse free radical damage then look no further.

I actually like this DHC Deep Cleansing Oil so much I am seriously wondering if I will ever find anything I like better? Keep reading to find out why it is my new must have!

DHC Deep Cleansing Oil Review

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What is it?

It is a gentle, oil based (based from olive oil) cleansing oil that removes “removes excess oil, makeup, dirt and other pore-clogging impurities with its water-soluble formula. Infused with olive oil and vitamin E, it nourishes and hydrates the skin, while rinsing completely clean, never leaving behind a greasy residue.”

It is Paraben-Free and natural! Yes!

What makes this different from other cleansers (besides the fact that it can remove waterproof mascara without making your lashes feel all oily) is that it is non-drying. I hate that feeling that most soap gives my skin of feeling tight or dry after using it. And then you have to oil up your face just to combat the dryness you get after washing your face. It is the cycle that.

How to use it –

Listen up, it is actually different than I originally thought.

You actually rub it into dry hands and rub it on your face dry. The concept of not using water until the end was pretty foreign to me at first and took some getting used to but now I feel like I can’t go back.

It really works great at removing ALL your makeup and dirt without drying your skin.

Where to buy it?

Check prices on Amazon  or buy it at Dermstore.com

Have you guys tried the DHC Deep Cleansing Oil? What did you think? It seems to have very quickly become a cult favorite for so many like me.

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