1 May 2018

Review: La Palette Floral Peace Cleansing Oil


I receive the La Palette Floral Peace Cleansing Oil from Charis several months ago when I almost finished using my Heimish All Clean Balm. I was a cleansing balm fan in the past 2 years when I switched from cleansing oil to Banila Co and then Heimish All Clean Balm. I wanted to grab Kiehl's Midnight Recovery Cleansing Oil after I finished my Heimish, but guess what, the God knows better and Charis sent me their newly curated La Palette Cleansing Oil made of roses!






La Palette is a beautiful cleansing product made of rose petals. It reminds me of Neogen and Re:cipe cleansing products with rose petals inside. The bottle is made of solid plastic with a pump top. Normally 1-2 pumps is enough to cover your entire face.


It came in a big box with the pump separated for hygienic reason. This cleansing oil has 140ml inside. It is retailed for roughly RM109 at Charis app.


Like most other cleansing oil, this is meant to be used as your first cleansing step to take off makeup residues and dirt. It is made of rosehip oil, rose extract, and vegetable oil to do the gentle cleansing job.

INGREDIENTS



INGREDIENTS ANALYSIS


This uses mainly safe and low irritating ingredients. It uses mainly oil to remove makeup, like how you use coconut oil to take off makeup. This includes soybean oil, bergamot oil, rosehip oil, olive oil and so on. This uses a lot of flower extracts like rose, jasmine, lotus, lily, camellia, and so on… mainly for added anti-oxidizing benefits. Other ones like anti-inflammatory, moisturizing and brightening have minimal impacts on a product meant for rinsing.

PERFORMANCE


Normally I would take 1-2 pumps and massage it all over my dry skin with makeup on. Don't wet your skin to allow the oil to get fully emulsified. As you can see, this will take away all makeup except for lip tint. So far, this Milky Dress Lip Tint is so tinted that even lip tint remover cannot take it off completely so it doesn't mean that the cleansing oil is ineffective (it merely is saying that the lip tint is super tinted).

CONCLUSION


A nice cleansing oil I must say. I like the rose petals inside, and the scent. It is really a pleasure to use. Most importantly, it really helps to remove all the makeup and dirt on my skin without much effort. It does not irritate my eyes out either. Of course, I prefer to use A'pieu eye makeup remover on my eyes area. But when times I find myself lazy to reach out for A'pieu, this La Palette will do an equally good job at clearing off any waterproof eyeshadow and even eyeliner! Love it~3.


Pros:
- convenient, practical and hygienic pump top
- beautiful packaging and rose petals design
- moisturizing and non-greasy texture
- effective at taking off makeup

Cons:
- not the cheapest cleansing oil in the market (Banila and Heimish is half its price)

Overall impression: ★★★★
You can get this from: Charis*
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