There is a new trend in facial cleansing, the dry oil cleanser. Dry and foaming oil cleansers remove both eye makeup and foundation, simplifying your evening makeup removal. Apply the product to a dry face, massaging all over and wash away makeup and dirt in one sweep. Oil cleansers also leave moisture behind instead of drying soap residue. Here is a list of five cleansers for you to test this trend out in your facial routine.
Moisture White Shiso Cleansing Oil
The Moisture White Shiso Cleansing Oil from The Body Shop is a true dry oil cleanser. Apply it to dry skin and then rinse off. Made with soy and perilla ocymoides seed oils and no mineral oil, it leaves skin cleansed and moist, $15 at The Body Shop.
Shu Uemura high performance balancing cleansing oil advanced formula
Shu Uemura created one of the first oil cleansers back in the 1950s. Today they have seven different versions ranging from $40 to $81, available at shuuemura.com.
ULTA Renew Hydra Quench Foaming Oil Cleanser
The Renew Hydra Quench Foaming Oil Cleanser by ULTA is more like a liquid soap then oil. If you miss the foam of a soap cleanser, this might be a better option for you, $18 at ULTA.
Argan Cleansing Oil by Josie Maran
Josie Maran's Argan Cleansing Oil has great ratings on Sephora.com. It is a mixture of Argan and other oils and is also a pure dry oil product. Pick up a trial size for $12 at Sephora.
One-Step Camellia Cleansing Oil
Camellia Cleansing Oil by Tatcha is a blend of camellia oil, rice bran oil, red algae, and green tea. Developed from the rituals of Japanese Geishas, this popular product frequently sells out on QVC, $48.