(shown with the toner I use to wipe if off with)
Boscia Makeup-Breakup cool cleansing oil ($26) takes away any impurities and make-up while leaving your pores ultra clean without leaving any sticky oily residue. You simply apply a small amount of product (one pump will do the trick) in to your hands and lather it all over your face in circular motion. After the makeup is broken down you can wipe off with a damp cloth and follow with a toner. I’m a fan of taking my make-up off in this method. Here in this video I use an affordable way to clean the face using the cleansing oil method.
The oil to me isn’t thin or thick in texture. It almost has the same consistency of grape seed oil. The texture is somewhat medium light to cater to all skin types. I do however can see how someone with oil skin can think this product might not work for them, but believe me if you want a cheaper alternative try the grape seed oil instead of the olive oil (like I did in my video).
I love the fact that it has a light scent of amazing you wont get from the grape seed oil or olive oil, but from this product. I know this cleansing oil comes with rosehip, peppermint, eucalyptus, green tea and golden palm oils but the light hint of all those mixed together makes magic. I’m guessing add those oils to the grape seed you might get a great “dupe”?
I do use the same toner to wipe away the make-up & oil and than I’m done. I don’t need any night creams or anything. I tend to do this twice a week.
I love the nifty sleek packaging this cleansing oil comes in (definitely beat the bulky oversized organic oil containers). The dispenser pump and bottle shape is very nicely made I think I will add my oils to this container once I’m done.
pros: It does the job
cons: The price (come on I just did the samething from an item that come from my kitchen)/