Vacuum Cleaner Cleansing Oil

Vacuum Cleaner Cleansing Oil
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$ 20.00

We called this the "vacuum cleaner" because we couldn't believe how much oily gunk it pulled out of our skin! Formulated with oils suited for oily and acne-prone skin, the goal of this cleansing oil is to deeply penetrate and remove oil-based impurities.

Unfragranced. Vegan. 

4 oz - $60, 1 oz sample - $20

InstructionsApply to DRY skin. Massage a half-pea sized drop onto a dry face, then rinse off with warm water.

Ingredients: Rice Bran Oil, Polysorbate 80, Castor Oil, Hazelnut Oil. 

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Kathleen K. Kathleen
Holy Grail Status

I am happy to say that this oil is replacing my beloved Bamboo. I'm extremely acne prone, slightly oily, but also dehydrated. It cleanses like no other - in three days of use, some extremely stubborn old milia have come to the surface and said their goodbyes, and I think all my other products are working more thoroughly. (If your skin is dry make sure you get a serum on immediately after - it might be drying for those with dry skin.) It feels light, a tiny bit really does go a long way (I use a whole pea, not a half-pea, but still, that's not much) and it rinses absolutely clean, which the other three cleansers don't quite. I'm comfortable using this without a foaming cleanse step after, which I would never do with any of the balms. My only (minor) complaint is that it doesn't have a lovely scent, but I know a lot of people have been waiting ages for an unscented oil cleanser, so I will survive without it. LOVE this stuff.

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Heather H. Heather
New favorite oil cleanser!

I just used the Vacuum Cleaner oil for the first time. It got so much gunk out of my face, I had to wash and dry my hands midway through and then continue the massage! It's gentle and, as far as I can tell, unscented, and makes for a really nice face massage. It also seems to help gently remove dead skin. One thing I love about oil cleansers is that they seem to be the best for cleaning my eyelashes , which helps with allergies. This oil is the BEST for this task by far because it is so light and rinses off easily. I followed with Aloe and Oat, but I think this could work as a single cleanser, too. The only problem I had was getting a reasonable amount out of the bottle. The directions say to use a half pea-size amount, but I basically dumped a quarter size into my palm (whoops). Overall, though, I think this would be great for folks who find the oil balms too heavy and great for anyone who struggles with blackheads.

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Sarah G. S.G. Sarah G.
Holy wow.

This stuff is amazing. I was shocked at how much gritty stuff came out of my pores! I get the "vacuum cleaner" name now! Will definitely be relying on this regularly.

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Joann H. J.H. Joann H.
I'm a believer!

This is the product that makes me a believer in using an oil-based product to clean oily skin. I love the results. You only need a few drops to cover your entire face, and then you simply massage all the clogs and gook away. It rinses off completely in warm water, which I also did not believe would happen (!), and I followed up with a foaming cleanser (cucumber and mint - another awesome product!). My skin felt very clean, was smooth and was not the least bit dry. Finished up with Marine and sunscreen and I was good to go. I plan to make this part of my daily skin care regimen - it's amazing!

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Beth Y. B.Y. Beth Y.
funny name, amazing product

Years ago I used a cleansing oil from another company (DHC) and when I got this SB product I had forgotten about that other one. But wow--this cleanser is just wonderful You only need a tiny bit to have it cleanse your entire face, and despite the fact that this oil is gentle and soothing, it cleans like a devil! I think my face must have been dirty for years. Anyway, wonderful product--and don't be afraid that it is oil--I have oily skin and it works amazingly well for me. Its sublime!


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