Hi skincare junkie, I wish you having a really good weekend. For today article I will be sharing another cleansing oil that I have been using up to 2 bottles already. If you haven’t been informed by me, I got talked about cleansing oil last time on my review of DHC Cleansing oil that you can view on below:
I have indicated all the good stuff of cleansing oil and this cleansing oil could work for those who have dry and sensitive skin especially those who happened to have a skin that easily irritated. You may need to read above article for exposure toward cleansing oil before you read this article, because it is co-related.
Today will be another drugstore skincare brands that I love so much, I bet you already have seen the facial essence review from this brands on this blog as well, click the link below if you haven’t yet:
The cleansing oil is non-greasy at all, if I about to compare it with DHC, I rather use Hada Labo. It’s lightweight and cleanses thoroughly as well. It is way cheaper than DHC cleansing oil but provides performance better than DHC. Not that I want to say that DHC cleansing oil is bad when in fact it does really good, it just that I found a better quality product with good price, so why not? switch to this cleansing oils instead. DHC is a drugstore brand but as a drugstore brand, they have a different concept with Hada Labo. while HadaLabo trying to get a customer that can afford their product, DHC trying to attain customer whose goes to a drug store lump sum of money to invest in a good skincare product that sells in the drugstore. This is the impression that I get. We have to pay so expensively in order to get their product. When most of the other brands who provide the same exact things don’t set the price of $50 and above.
Perhaps some of you may have argued with me, that DHC using healthy ingredients or any other good reason to justify that DHC is totally different brands, just because you see influencer like Stef Nicole using the brands, that doesn’t mean the brands are really good. It just happened she like expensive stuff, to tell you honestly not everyone can afford to pay things expensively and besides if there is the substitute that is better than actual brands, why not try it out? and see the result?
What is the difference between DHC cleansing oil versus Hada Labo Gokuyjun Super Hyaluronic Acid Cleansing oil?
Of course, there is a difference. Hada Labo is non-greasy at all, it involves the use of oil but it doesn’t give any extra oil in my skin while DHC does perfectly set my skin with oil so I don’t have to worry if my skin is going to be dehydrated or dry or even irritation. However, not everyone skin will happen to accept this kind of oil set, such as skin is my skin.
DHC does clog pores sometimes after I used it about a month or so. It is really a good cleanser after all if one could have afforded it. Even if I could afford DHC, I will still pick this cleanser, and that is why I continue to use this cleanser rather than DHC cleansing oil.
Size: 200 ml
Where did I buy? Watson Singapore
What is this cleansing all about?
Formulated with high purity Olive Oil to deep clean and gently remove dirt, excessive oil and stubborn makeup instantly. High cleansing ability even for waterproof mascara. Gentle to your delicate eye area and eyelashes. Enhanced with Super Hyaluronic Acid to intensely hydrate and maintain skin’s moisture balance leaving skin feeling soft & smooth. It water-soluble does not leave unpleasant greasy feeling. Skin pH balanced. Low irritation. Free of fragrances, mineral oil, alcohol & colorant.
- Deep clean to gently remove dirt and excessive oil.
- Enhanced with Super Hyaluronic Acid to intensely hydrate and maintain skin’s moisture balance leaving skin feeling soft & smooth.
- It is water-soluble, does not leave an unpleasant greasy feeling.
- Skin pH balanced. Low irritation.
- Free of fragrances, mineral oil, alcohol & colorant.
Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Triethylhexanoin, Sorbeth-30 Tetraisostearate, PEG-20 Glyceryl Triisostearate, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Water, Dextrin Palmitate/Ethylhexanoate, BHT, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Sodium Acetylated Hyaluronate, Hydroxypropyltrimonium Hyaluronate.