Pricey vs Priceline

Pricey vs Priceline: Cleansing Oil

by Madeleine Borgersen

Cleansing oils are the best way to remove makeup and oils from your skin, especially in the cooler months when your skin needs a little extra loving. Spend or splurge? Here’s our pick!

Pricey vs Priceline: Cleansing Oil

Pricey: Red Earth –Super Hydrating Cleansing Oil – $35

Super silky and rich the Red Earth Super Hydrating Cleansing Oil is a gorgeous mix of oils like avocado, macadamia and olive that gently (and oh so effectively!) remove makeup, oil and dirt from your skin after a long day.

Teamed with Vitamins C and E this baby is skincare at it’s best, giving you a collagen boosting and moisturising hit during your cleansing routine making sure zero time is wasted.

Priceline: Face of Australia – Cleansing Oil – $13.95

Face of Australia’s Pure Skin Cleansing Oil uses Macadamia, Jojoba and Safflower oil to remove makeup and nourish the skin. Friendly to sensitive skin and fragrance free it’s best used, like most cleansing oils, on dry skin, massaging it in to gently lift and melt away any makeup or dirt and then simply rinsed away.

Coming in a handy see-through bottle you can easily see how much product is remaining!

The Verdict:

A perfect pick for the cooler months the nourishing use of oils in your skin care routine leaves you with smooth, soft and hydrated skin. For a full cleanse consider using a cleansing oil first followed by a cream or milk cleanser for a double cleanse without the dehydration.

Our pick? Invest a little extra and go for the Red Earth, not only does it remove more makeup and dirt the additional Avocado and Vitamin C & E make your skin absolutely glow!

2 responses to “Pricey vs Priceline: Cleansing Oil”

  1. blogrekindled says:

    I’ve enjoyed using the FOA cleansing oil as part of a double cleanse routine. I remove makeup with the oil cleanser then follow up with the Sunday Riley ceramic slip. A really good combination.

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