Review: MUJI Cleansing Oil.

MUJI Cleansing Oil

Here’s another thing from MUJI that I’ve recently stashed: MUJI Cleansing Oil. I left my Shu Uemura Cleansing Oil (which is also a Japanese brand btw) back home, so I decided to get another one that’s ultimately less expensive for my second humble abode.

To use, I still follow Shu’s oil cleansing method:

How to Cleanse with Oil?

  1. With dry hands, dispense an ample amount (4-6 pumps) of cleansing oil onto palms.
  2. Apply cleansing oil all over the face and neck.
  3. Emulsify by adding cold or lukewarm water.
  4. Massage thoroughly onto skin, breathing in the natural fragrances.
  5. Rinse thoroughly with cold or lukewarm water.

Verdict?

Like my trusty old Shu Uemura Cleansing Oil, it didn’t disappoint. It never fails to effectively cleanse my face, even those hard to remove makeup like eye liners and waterproof mascaras. Perhaps, the only thing it lacks is the skin caring and conditioning properties that most Shu cleansing oils have (i.e. brightening, balancing or anti-aging properties).

Nevertheless, it claims to be gentle especially on sensitive skin. So, it’s a perfect eye makeup remover as well, as the skin around the eyes tend to be more sensitive than the rest of the face.

Price is Php 625 for a 200 ml bottle. I like how MUJI packages their items because they can be reusable in the future–I, myself for instance, can’t just resist. 😛 You can get them at MUJI stores in Bonifacio High Street and Rockwell.

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