Pump a small amount of cleansing oil into your palm, rub between hands and massage over dry face and neck. Rinse face cloth under warm water and gently wipe the cleanser off. Repeat as needed until all traces of makeup and impurities are gone.
Carthamus tinctorius seed oil* (safflower oil)
Camellia oleifera seed oil*
Vitis vinifera seed oil* (grapeseed oil)
Simmondsia chinensis seed oil* (jojoba oil)
Tocopherol (vitamin e)
Helianthus annuus seed oil (sunflower oil)
*Organic. Vegan. Cruelty-free.
This is the second Kri cleanser I have tried (the first was the Charcoal one, which I loved and also recommend!) I was intrigued to try a full oil cleanser as I have oily skin and it has been recommended to me to do so by a friend. Needless to say it’s yet another Kri product to be impressed with! You only need a small amount, it cleanses really well and feels like it give a good deep evening cleanse and feels very nourishing.
I can’t recommend Krī highly enough! It’s made my skin look and feel wonderful. Wouldn’t use anything else 😍
This really does shift makeup and is lovely and sily smooth on the skin. I escpecially like it for getting rid of panda eyes after the shower. Where I use oth the Refine charcoal orange cleanser and the Purify rosehip cleaner in that order. Both are gentle cleanser that have done wonders for my skin but a little too ge tle for the waterpropf mascara that I cutrently use. This cleaning oil is perfect to remove the panda eyes.
I reordered the Prelude Cleansing Oil and Refine Charcoal Cleanser without pumps as I had used both before and absolutely love them. I often use them to double cleanse, the Prelude is really good for gently removing makeup. It’s fab that you can order without the pumps to save some plastic!
I am huge fan of oil cleansing and at first I was not sure as I do like a bit of fragrance usually but the quality of the oil and how it makes my skin feel after more than makes up for it. It also lasts ages which is a bonus. I use a textured cloth with it to ensure it takes off all make up which it does very easily.