Kinvara Skincare Cleansing Oil

This weeks blog post is all about the Kinvara Absolute Cleansing Oil.
 
When it comes to cleansers I have never used an oil to cleanse my face and remove makeup. I had heard so much about Kinvara absolute cleansing oil and my sister raved about hers. I had to go and purchase one for myself.
 
 
What I love about this cleansing oil, is firstly the fact that it contains no harsh chemicals. It does not contain any foam or alcohol, It’s just packed full of lovely natural ingredients.
It contains 
 
  • Sunflower Seed Oil
  • Sesame Seed Oil
  • Water Melon Seed Oil
  • Safflower Seed Oil
  • Orange Peel Oil
  • Rosemary Leaf Extract
  • Cedar wood Oil
  • Eucalyptus Leaf Oil
  • Lemon Peel Oil
  • Rosemary Leaf Oil
 
I sometimes find with cleansing you would have to cleanse 3 times to fully remove all your makeup and especially around the eye area I find I would be rubbing to remove harsh products like mascara eyeliner etc.
 
But with the Kinvara Absolute Cleansing oil it does exactly what it’s supposed to do. This just melts off make-up your face.
 

How to use :

 
  • I splash some luke warm water onto my face to dampen the skin.
 
  • I then use one pump of the oil and massage it all over my face.
 
  • I then take a facecloth run it under the Luke warm water and remove any excess water. I then gently wipe all over my face and my makeup just glides off.
 
I only use this when removing my makeup in the evening there is no need for it first thing in the morning.
 
My husband also uses it twice a week  to shave and notices a cleaner, smoother shave with no irritation afterwards. 
I would highly recommend the Kinvara Cleansing Oil if you are on the market for a new cleanser.
 
You can purchase this directly here or selected pharmacies throughout the country. They are also an Irish company so I love to support Irish business.
Priced at €19.95 , each bottle contains approx. 108 pumps, which does me for myself 3 months of night cleansing.
I hope you enjoyed this post.
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