Terre d’Oc Milky Make-up Remover Oil Review. Rave
Nicola from Tender Loving Skincare kindly sent me two products from the gorgeous terre D’Oc range and I have already written about the Plum Tree Blossom Milky Perfume so today I want to tell you about the Milky Make-up Remover Oil.
Cleansing balms and oils that transform into milk when contact with water are my favourite cleansers actually!
This particular one, which is from the ‘Japanese’ terre d’Oc range, was inspired by the “saho” double cleansing ritual. Milky Make-up Remover Oil is one of the best I have ever tried.
I warm it in my hands and massage it in a circular motions. It feels a bit sticky, almost as if I apply honey on my face, but I kind of like that feeling. It also smells amazing (floral scent), probably my favourite skin care scent I have ever come across with.
After massaging for some time, I remove it with water and flannel. It does turn into milk and is easily removed. My skin feels really clean and soft afterwards, the product doesn’t dry it out.
I always take my eye makeup off with a makeup remover as that’s the way I love it so can’t make any comments on how this cleanser removes mascara and eye liner.
The other thing that I love about the Milky Make-up Remover Oil is that it lasts for a long time. I have been using mine almost daily (I also use a similar cleanser from Clarins which I adore as well; should review it soon) since August (or even the end of July) and I haven’t used that much, as you can see from the photo.
Here is the list of the ingredients. Thanks to Nicola for the photo, as I have lost my package somewhere.
It retails for £19.95 for 150ml which is a great deal, in my opinion.
I would definitely recommend it if you have dry or normal skin. It may be great for combination and oily skin for autumn/winter, too.
You can get it from here.
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