Cleansing oils are by far my favourite way to clean the skin at the end of the day and my dry skin seems to really love any oils I use. Pixi’s solid oil cleanser is no exception. Packed with Vitamin E and Camelia Oil this is one extra hard working product, but yet so very kind, gentle and soothing on the skin.
The oil seems to grip to any dirt or makeup on the face and work effortlessly to remove everything. Being somewhat unscented (at least to my unsophisticated nose palette) this is suitable for the most irritated of skin types.
The oil soon started to get to work and dissolved everything with ease. After removing with a warm muslin cloth my skin already felt soft, hydrated and clean.
Caroline (not like she is reading this) and Pixi, I love the solid oil cleanser and am keen to keep using this, however the cream really didn’t work for me. I wish the whole pot was of the oil, so I could use just this product to ‘double cleanse’.
I honestly cannot see me buying this again. Although I love the oil cleanser, I can buy other cleansing oils on the high street which work just as well for me. I know if I did buy Double Cleanse again then the cream wouldn’t be used.
I feel that this is this products flaw, if you don’t like one of the elements, then it’s a waste of money and a very expensive product (around £25). If you love both it’s convenient and perfect to travel with. However if you loved just one side, it would be lovely if you could have the option to purchase the products separately.
Have you tried this yet? I’d love to know what you think. Is Double Cleanse a hit or miss in you beauty book?