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SK-II Facial Treatment Cleansing Oil

What it is:A delicate cleansing oil that melts away water-proof makeup. What it is formulated to do:This delicate, purifying, clear cleansing oil cleanses and conditions while instantly stripping the skin of water-proof makeup. It contains wild rose extract and pitera emulsified with water which lifts and locks onto hidden sebum and uncleanness. This formulation allows oil to transform with water to gently lift away makeup and impurities from the skin, leaving it soft and fresh. What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Sulfates - GMOs
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Overall Rating:
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Questions & Answers for SK-II Facial Treatment Cleansing Oil

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Should I wash my face first with my cleanser or use this product first?
asked 9 months ago
Atheeenuh
(Winnipeg, Manitoba)
on Facial Treatment Cleansing Oil
3 answers
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answer 1
Honestly I think using both at the same time is an over-kill. I own both products. If I'm flying out the door, then I would use the cleanser. If I have a little bit more time to give my skin some TLC, I'll use the cleansing oil. Generally, I use the cleansing oil in the morning and the cleanser at night when I shower. They both clean very well, although I feel that my skin feels tighter/more dry after the cleanser in the winter time.
answered 1 week, 2 days ago
charmiander
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 2
Use this cleansing oil first. You may or may not need an extra cleanser after. I don't, but I only use this in the evening.
answered 8 months ago
djshin
(Los Angeles, Ca)
answer 3
Hi Atheenuh,

Use the product prior to cleansing as a make up type of cleansing removing product!
answered 9 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
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Can i use this with my clarisonic mia?
asked 11 months ago
appleabby
(San Jose,CA)
on Facial Treatment Cleansing Oil
2 answers
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answer 1
I wouldn't recommend using oils with your clarisonic. You just use your hands. After using the cleansing oil, you can use your clarisonic with a gel/cream/foam cleanser to continue cleansing.
answered 8 months ago
djshin
(Los Angeles, Ca)
answer 2
Yes, you can use this with the Clarisonic.
answered 11 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
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this oil cleanser vs sk-ii facial cleanser in the tube
just a personal preference or does the oil work better at removing makeup
asked 1 year, 4 months ago
kritterrn
(struthers, OH)
on Facial Treatment Cleansing Oil
2 answers
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answer 1
YES - I use this in alternation with the SK-II Facial Treatment Cleanser. I actually use less than a pump-ful of the product (the "How to Use" video suggests 2-3 pumps). Other reviewers who have given low ratings have noted that there is a filmy residue afterwards - yes, the film stuff DOES happen when you overpump.

When I first bought this product in Hong Kong, the SK-II saleslady at a counter told me to pat the oil onto the skin rather than spreading the oil and "gently massaging" the oil over the face as described in the "How to Use" video. She said to let it sit for about 30 seconds (I suppose to allow the cleansing oil to loosen up the dirt and grime in your pores) before using a bit of lukewarm water to gently massage your face in circular motion - this should produce a milky watery emulsion. Then let it sit for another 30 seconds before rinsing off.

Sounds very time-consuming, but it works! Also, since I've been using this for years now, I've also cut corners here and there when my skin isn't too dirty and I'm in a rush (AKA lazy) by adjusting the amount of oil that I use and shortening the time that I spend waiting. I'm sure after awhile of use, you'll probably find out what works best for you too!
answered 1 week, 2 days ago
charmiander
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 2
I feel like the oil works better in removing make up. I use the cleansing oil in the evening and the foaming cleanser in the morning.
answered 8 months ago
djshin
(Los Angeles, Ca)
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do i still need to wash my face?
Do I still need to wash my face after using this product? or am I done and ready for toner?
asked 11 months ago
pikachuta
(CA)
on Facial Treatment Cleansing Oil
2 answers
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answer 1
Agreed with djshin. If you're trying to remove makeup with this, then you can probably test it out and see if you need an additional cleanser afterward. I use this as a standalone cleanser (alternating between the Facial Treatment Cleanser) and it works just fine.
answered 1 week, 2 days ago
charmiander
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 2
You may or may not need to. I think it's just your preference. I don't use an extra cleanser after, but I do continue with a toner and moisturize as usual.
answered 8 months ago
djshin
(Los Angeles, Ca)
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Does it suitable for acne (teenager)?
asked 8 months ago
Fei0319
(Penang, Malaysia)
on Facial Treatment Cleansing Oil
0 answers
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