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Review: Handmade Naturals Face Cleansing Oil

Review Handmade Naturals Face Cleansing OilEver since I read Pampered Prince’s post on OCM I have been intrigued. For those not in the know OCM stands for Oil Cleansing Method. The idea behind this is you use oil to cleanse your face. It sounds so bizarre that it has you wanting to try it for yourself. Am I right? Being the lazy so and so that I am, rather than purchase oils to create my own tailor made cleanser.  I did shop around and noticed that several favourite sites stock Oil Cleansers. You may wish to take a look at Miss Polly, Karma Naturals, Solace Aromatherapy, Nude Skincare, Balm Balm, Le Belle & Innocent Oils.

I bought a cleansing oil from Handmade Naturals . I have mentioned this website before. It is a trusted site for me as all products are natural and free from synthetic ingredients. I have never been disappointed with any of the products I have purchase, Rossi makes lovely skincare. 

It was the ingredients that first appealed to me. This cleansing oil is made from Japanese Camellia, Rice Bran, Coconut oil and Monoi de Tahiti oil. It does not have essential oils which is a bonus as it cuts down the risk of irritation. Although unscented it has a faint scent of coconut, which I adore. 

The bottle has a spray top so the oil is easy to dispense and there is no concern with spillages. I have found about five pumps is sufficient to remove the amount of make up I wear (foundation & powder). This cleanser is very flexible you can use as little or as much as you desire. After massaging the oil into your skin you can simply wash it off or remove with cotton wool or cloths dampened with warm water or floral toner. Now you are probably thinking, as I did, oil is hard to remove so how easy is this going to be. Honestly it removes quickly without scrubbing, a couple of sweeps with a damp muslin cloth and I am not left with a greasy face. It is amazing how soft and clean my skin feels. Also there is no tightness nor have I suffered irritation or dry patches. 

I know I recommend a lot of cleansers, but I am genuinely impressed with this one and can see myself repurchasing. I highly recommend especially if you have sensitive and dry skin, like I do. Natural Handmade suggest that this is a multi purpose product and can be used as a moisturiser or hair oil. 

Have you tried OCM? What did you think?

Sarah x