Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Love it: Murad's new Renewing Cleansing Oil


Anyone that checks in here regularly will know that I’m a huge fan of oils - body oils, hair oils and facials oils - and love the fact that nine times out of ten, they are brilliant multitaskers and are great travel companions too.
Cleansing your face with is a given with me, but for many oil may seem counterintuitive, especially for those who associate it with breakouts and the like. Well it just ain’t true, and there are more and more great oil-based cleansers arriving on the market all the time that are making their way into bathroom cabinets across the globe.
One I have discovered of late is Murad’s brand new Renewing Cleansing Oil, the respected skincare company’s first oil-based cleaners. A super luxurious oil, it can be used to cleanse face, lips and even eyes all in one, reducing dryness and restoring suppleness to dehydrated or oily complexions. The 100% non-comedogenic formula means it won’t leave a greasy film or clog pores either.
The formula - which BTW, smells amazing - contains a powerful combination of natural ingredients including a blend of Olive Fruit Extract, Grape, Pomegranate, and Sunflower Seed Oils that work together to gently remove impurities and makeup. Jojoba and Liquorice Extracts are in there as well to help improve dry, cracked skin, while Sweet Almond Oil provides the perfect amount of moisture for a smooth, youthful glow. Delicious stuff? You bet.
To use this little marvel just pour a little into slightly damp - not wet - hands, rub them quickly together and then massage your face softly for as long as you like. Rub gently into your lashes to get any stubborn mascara and the like off and then rinse with warm water and pat dry (I like to use a muslin cloth at this point, for a little exfoliating action). Et voila! Fresh and clean and good to go with your favourite serums and moisturisers. Love it.
Murad products are available online at www.murad.co.nz or instore at Caci nationwide, Call 0800
438 438 for your nearest stockist.

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