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The Review | Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Cleansing Oil

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The Review | Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Cleansing Oil
 
Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Cleansing Oil

The superhero of facial cleansing oils

 

There has been a major oil boom lately. It started off with the most basic essential oils and now it has slowly evolved to a beauty genre of its own–Cleansing oils.

As a makeup remover it just makes sense, right? It glides off makeup and impurities so easily, whilst also deeply hydrating the skin. 

Elizabeth Aden Ceramide Replenishing Cleansing Oil truly belongs to a new era of skincare oils. The oil consists of a unique blend of botanical oils such as apricot, safflower and olive oils. Rich in omega 3, 6 and 9, and vitamin E. The gentle formula removes (the most gritty) waterproof make-up and acts as a cleanser by dissolving impurities.

HOW TO USE IT  
I gently massage the oil onto my dry skin for a few seconds, and then introduced a few drops of water to emulsify it, followed by another round of facial massage (recommended massage time : 15 seconds). And then, rinsed away. That’s it! You’re done, so easy and quick.

THE VERDICT
Glowing hyper-plump skin.

Arden's Ceramide Cleansing Oil is not only an outstanding solution to removing make-up but also extremely nourishing to dry skin, with it's essential lipids. Leaving it with a clean, soft and smooth texture. The skin-barrier supporting Ceramide (the main magic potion) helps repairs the skin’s barrier layer, thus fixing three issues in one go.

DOWNFALL
Elizabeth Arden’s Cleansing Oil is recommended for almost all skin tones. But if you suffer from acne-prone skin, I would suggest following it up with a mild cleanser before going to bed.

RATING
A one-stop wonder for weary skin. 9/10

 

Review | Zeenat Wilkinson















Photography | Clara Pafundi

 

 

 

 

 

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