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Review: Handmade Naturals Face Cleansing Oil

Review Handmade Naturals Face Cleansing OilFor those not in the know there is a popular trend called "OCM" which stands for Oil Cleansing Method. The idea behind this is you use oil to cleanse your face and it sounds so bizarre that it has you wanting to try it for yourself. Am I right? If you are feeling up for a DIY challenge then you can create your own oil cleanser, either with one ingredient such as apricot kernel or blend together a couple of different oils which suit your skin type. However, if you are like me and rather take the easy option then there are plenty of natural and organic brands with oil cleansers ready for you to purchase.

I decided to buy the Face Cleansing Oil from Handmade Naturals. This is a brand I have mentioned a number of times before and it's one I've come to love and trust. Products are formulated with natural ingredients and suitable for Vegans. Rossi makes lovely skincare and I've so far never been disappointed in any product I've tried.

I think what makes this face cleanser stand out from the crowd is the interesting ingredients. This cleansing oil is formulated with Japanese Camellia, Rice Bran, Coconut oil and Monoi de Tahiti oil. A product that is free from essential oils is ideal for all but especially sensitive skin and may reduce the risk of irritation. Most of the time unscented skincare is bland and boring but Handmade Naturals cleansing oil has a beautiful tropical aroma from coconut and monoi de tahiti. It's very magical and uplifting and I totally adore it.

There is a spray top to the bottle so the oil is easy to dispense and there is no concern with spillages. I would suggest cupping your hand around the spray to contain the amount as sometimes it squirts off in a different direction. I have found about four or five pumps is sufficient to cleanse and remove make up but this cleanser is very flexible so you use as little or as much as you desire. After massaging the oil across my face, taking the time to really enjoy the process, I then remove with a damp cloth/flannel. If you wish you can then follow up with a 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 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 am genuinely impressed with Handmade Naturals Face Cleansing Oil and I see myself repurchasing. I highly recommend especially if you have sensitive and dry skin as I do. Handmade Naturals also suggest that this is a multi purpose product and can be used as a moisturiser or hair oil. 

Sarah x