not rinsing off
am I doing something incorrect? I rub with water in-between hands, which just causes most of product to disappear, feels dense on face, could not remove with water- did not remove make up. My towel is a mess. I must be using it incorrectly or did I get a bad batch? thanks for your suggestions!
asked 1 year, 1 month ago
on Perfect Cleanse Nourishing Cleansing Oil
unfortunately i cannot speak much to its makeup-removing ability, as I only use the product in the morning before applying makeup. however, when I apply it, i use about 2 pumps and apply to my DRY face. Then, I rinse with water and pat my face dry. I follow it with a toner so I typically don't notice any residue left behind. hope that's helpful!
answered 4 months, 1 week ago
You have to put it on a dry face with dry hands. Then you rub gently and when you feel this is the time, put water on you hands and continue to rub gently. Wash with water (like they do in commercial style).
answered 5 months, 3 weeks ago
I think the best way to use a cleansing oil is to pump only one palm, swipe the other palm across it once to get oil on both hands, then massage the oil into a dry face before removing it with a moist/wet facecloth (wipe, rinse out the cloth, wipe again). It gives you a little added exfoliation as well as making sure you remove all of the product.
answered 5 months, 4 weeks ago
Apply to a dry face with dry hands.
(By adding water you interfere with the products performance by surrounding the oils with moisture)
Once you have applied to a dry face with dry clean hands, rinse with warm water. This approach should stop you feeling like it does not rinse off. Hope that helps :)
answered 6 months ago
(San Francisco, CA)
I find that if I apply it to my face dry, massage in well, and then rinse well in the shower, it does a nice job and I'm not left with makeup residue. I do sometimes use it after I've used some makeup remover for my eye makeup, though!
I have found that the less I use the better it rinses off.
You're supposed to apply this dry. I rub it in for about 30 seconds to take off my makeup. Then, I get my fingers wet under the faucet and rub my face again. When you do this you'll see it foam up and start to get milky (emulsify). Once it is milky it comes off quite easily with a damp washcloth. (Although I usually splash my face with water to get some of it off, then go in with a second cleanser before the washcloth, as I wear enough makeup that I like to double cleanse).
answered 1 year ago