Friday, April 18, 2014

***REVIEW*** Garnier Clean Nourishing Cleansing Oil

One word about this: Nice!

I like most Garnier products in general. They are always as good (or way better) than they high-priced items I see on the shelves at most retailers. When I got a chance to send away for a free sample of the Ganier Clean Nourishing Cleansing Oil, I jumped right on it. (I mean, "cleansing" and "oil" is an ideal combination for someone who babies their skin.

I only wish the sample was a bit bigger. I had enough in the package to do my face, but not quite enough for my neckline.

The oil goes on with a nice, silky feel. I loved massaging my skin with the product (and that probably helps a lot with the cleansing).

The best part of this is that, as claimed, there's no residue left after rinsing. One of the annoyances of most cleansers is that they often leave the skin feeling sticky/tacky or over-dry.

The ingredients highlighted ingredients include jojoba and macadamia oils, which made me consider if it would be easier to just buy and use those alone. That's still not a bad idea, but since there's a combination of other oils and ingredients in product, it's easier to use than putting together something of my own.

As for the claims advertised on the packet: deeply cleaned and hydrated skin after 1 use (True!); and 100% of women feeling smoother and softer skin after 1 week (Believable, and I can't wait to test for myself).

I don't often wear a full face of makeup, but eye makeup (mascara and eyeliner - especially the gel liners) is the "clingiest" kind. This oil was great for that.

I really can't say anything negative about this cleansing product. When I price it in the stores here in Alaska, I will update this post. Apparently, the price is reasonable at Walmart. Typically, I find Garnier products to be very reasonable (even up here in one of the Upper 2 states!).

Like I said, I sent away for the sample. If you want to send for one, try this contacting Garnier. Some people have gotten samples at Walmart locations.