What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Natural Cleansing Oil And Makeup Remover by Vera Botanics. Only 4 Ingredients. Gentle Daily Oil Cleanser For A Deep Face Wash. Remove Any Makeup. For All Skin Types. Eliminate Clogged Pores Blackheads?

A total of 2 reviews of this product on Reddit.

1 point


10th Mar 2020

Oil cleansers are great because they dissolve oil while also not stripping your skin too much! They’re a great pre-cleansing step and are usually less harsh than other forms of makeup/sunscreen removal. Since you said you don’t wear makeup often, an oil cleanser would break down your sunscreen just fine, and even on the days you do wear makeup. You could even double cleanse doing oil cleansing for both steps as opposed to a regular cleanser for the second cleanse. I feel I should note that I don’t personally suffer from eczema, but I have read about people’s success with oil cleansing that do. Some prefer to use straight carrier oils (which involves removing the oil with a wet rag), but I generally lean more towards store bought ones because they emulsify and wash off. The fewer the ingredients, the better. The one I personally use is from Amazon, $6 and only 4 ingredients. It also

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2 points


27th Apr 2020

Here’s everything I currently use.
After I take off my makeup, I double cleanse with the oil, then the CeraVe cleanser. I then add the centella unscented cream.
Then follow up with the Cetaphil lotion. Before bed I will put on a face mask (in the box), then tone with PC and add the PC skin recovery mask.

My morning routine is much simpler. I cleanse with water and then use this serum, sometimes tone, and always the Cetaphil lotion.

Thoughts on each:

1) The cleansing oil, I got this off Amazon for $6 (at the time) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B082VM1T64?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
I like it it doesn’t strip my skin at all and does a great job at removing my stubborn, cake makeup, including mascara and it doesn’t burn my eyes.

2) The CeraVe cleanser everyone knows. but it’s a nice second cleanse and it doesn’t strip my skin too much. I wonder if there’s something that would keep even more moisture in as my second step, though.

3) Purito centella asiatica serum, I’m pretty sure this has been doing a great job at helping reduce my redness. It’s cooling, slightly tacky, only takes about 20 seconds to dry.

4) Cetaphil lotion I just got because it was at Costco in a pack. It’s light but nice under my makeup and at least somewhat alleviates my dryness. I miss my CeraVe tub of cream, will go back to that.

5) face masks in a tub. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07HVFH34X?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
I got these 30 masks for 19.99, cheap and the packaging while not perfect, feels like a right step in the right direction as far as eco-friendly.
Very cooling, love to do this before bed.

6) Paula’s choice skin recovery face mask. I put this on after my mask and white before sleep. It’s really nice and thick. I keep a fan pointed at my face at night because I get crazy hot, and that thick of moisture is needed to balance out the air on my face all-night long. I’d be curious to see if anyone has any suggestions for this problematic issue of my fan.

7) Paula’s choice toner for redness. Both this and the Paula’s choice mask packaging have changed, but I really this product as well. It’s cooling and my skin seems to enjoy it a lot.

I’ve just purchased the unscented sunscreen from Purito. Also the following from the ordinary: niacinamide, Azelaic Acid, and 100% Organic Cold Pressed Rose Hip Seed Oil.
I would love to hear anybody suggestions on how I should move forward with this current set up and how to incorporate the new items into my routine.
Thank you 😊❤️
Here’s my current skin and aformentioned purchase