Today I’ll tell you about a Japanese makeup removing system. The girls in Japan cleanse their skin differently. They start off by using an oil, namely a Japanese hydrophilic oil.
Shiseido РERFECT WATERY OIL
Recently I was praising the hydrophilic oil from Shiseido to my friend. In return she said to me: ‘Tell me about it! I would definitely love Shiseido Oil too!’
My point is, the brand is very reliable, especially if you order it immediately from Japan. Their products would never let you down or disappoint. The brand authority defined my choice when ordering.
I have an upgraded version of the popular Shiseido Perfect Oil. I don’t have a chance to compare the new and old versions of the product, but I bet this one has gotten only better.
The bottle is very big and contains 230 ml of the oil. The previous one had only 150 ml.
The pump is very convenient and easy to use. It gives the necessary amount of the product.
The oil is smooth and transparent.
What they say:
Super clean your pores with SHISEIDO Perfect Watery Oil Cleanser!
Sebum cleansing ingredients and cleansing elements melt away impurities with a clean finish. Dirt and oil are easily washed away!
*Can be used in shower* Apply Watery Oil Cleanser first to dry hands/cotton pad. Rub in palms, and massage onto dry skin. Watch makeup melt away! Wash away with warm water.
For normal to oily skin and heavy makeup remover
Made in Japan
I apply the product to my dry skin and massage it gently. A pump is enough to cleanse the whole face. The oil has a very nice oily texture. When applying I feel the scent of green apple.
After distributing the product on my face, I wash it off with warm water. The oil turns white upon contact with water.
It distinguishes the hydrophilic oil from the common cleansing oil. The product washes off all the impurities.
The oil removes BB creams and long-wearing makeup easily. My skin feels moisturized and very soft after such an effective treatment. Moreover, I’ve noticed that my skin became much cleaner after a few weeks of use. My pores got smaller and cleaner.
The Japanese makeup removing system consists of 2 steps. The first step implies a hydrophilic oil cleansing and the second one washing the face with a rich lather. I use a specific cleansing gel and a foaming net for the second step:
I ordered this product from a Japanese website. The thing is that it’s hard to buy a fake in Japan. Plus, the prices are much more affordable than in our drugstores.
I bought the bottle with 230 ml for about $11.47. The oil is also available in soft packaging with 180 ml, which costs even less.
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