4.0 oz (120 ml)
Elizabeth Dehn for One Love Organics Active Moisture Vitamin B Cleansing Oil & Makeup Remover is a luxurious multitasking cleanser that lifts away impurities and makeup while moisturizing skin and restoring pH balance. This non-stripping, clean-rinsing formula was created with dehydrated skin in mind, yet benefits all skin types with its gently exfoliating and intensely hydrating properties. This cleanser and makeup remover has been reviewed and recommend by members of the TIA community,
so you can purchase this product and trust that it works!
This silky cleanser contains papain, a fruit enzyme that exfoliates and softens skin, and a vitamin B complex that detoxifies and tones. Antioxidant- and vitamin-rich pumpkin seed oil, papaya seed oil and sunflower seed oil round out the nourishing ingredients that will soothe and detoxify your skin from the inside out. This deliciously tropical-scented multitasking cleanser can be used alone or as the first step in your makeup removal and cleansing routine. Morning and night, warm 1-2 pumps between hands and apply to dry face. Add warm water and massage into a delicate milk, then rinse clean. You can also use it with a cotton square to remove makeup—no water or rinsing required. However you choose to use it, you'll be sure to fall in love with this multipurpose oil!
Tested for over 30 days and recommended by Kat:
My normal to oily, sensitive and blemish-prone skin has gone through so many challenges. Indeed, this young skin (I’m just turning 18) with never-ending problems (blackheads, pimples, cystic acne) needed a clean break! And by that, I mean really clean!!! So, when I got the Truth In Aging email my mother forwarded to me, I was so intrigued. It was about a natural cleansing product that would not only remove make-up but also exfoliate, detoxify, soften and restore moisture and balance to my skin! It was then a no-brainer that I should put this “multi-tasker” to a serious test.
Elizabeth Dehn for One Love Organics Cleaning Oil has many wonderful claims to be excited about. Upon opening the box, I was first impressed with the very sleek packaging. The dark brown bottle with white pump looks simple yet sophisticated. There were different ways to use the product: you could warm it up in your palms, apply it to a dry face, then add a bit of warm water and massage it into a slightly creamy texture and rinse away, or you could use a cotton pad without rinsing.
I tried both ways at different times. I found that for my skin and depending on the amount of concealer and eye makeup products I have on, using the product both ways (in that order) provided the best results. As I could see from the cotton pad that hardly showed a trace of leftover makeup, I felt confident that this cleansing oil did its job. I was also pleasantly surprised by its tropical, pina-colada like scent, which I enjoyed because most makeup removers/cleansers do not have a particularly inviting smell. It was able to remove my waterproof mascara with such ease! It is true that just a couple pumps of this colorless light oil is enough to “effortlessly lift away impurities and makeup!”
There’s no denying it worked fabulously as a makeup remover the very first time I used it. Still, I used the cleanser religiously morning and night whether or not I wore makeup because I wanted to see if it truly would detox my problematic skin. After just two weeks, I noticed that my complexion had greatly improved, with blemishes remarkably diminished and skin so moist and soft!
The cleanser’s vitamin B is found in the curcubita pepo or pumpkin seed oil (which is also rich in vitamin A, C and E), papain and carica papaya or papaya seed oil (also rich in vitamin C and minerals) and provides the powerful antioxidants and fatty acids. Another key ingredient, helianthus annuus or sunflower seed oil, is rich in vitamin A, C, D and E, and known to be an excellent treatment for acne. In addition to these organic oils, Active Moisture also contains tocopherol, a natural non-GMO vitamin E, along with proprietary natural and organic fragrance. One particular ingredient I haven’t really heard of before is the di-ppg-2myreth-10 adipate. However, the cosmetic data base resource I consulted did not really find it harmful, describing it as a “skin conditioning agent, emollient, surfactant solubilizing agent.”
There is still a fourth of the product left in the 4 oz bottle after these four weeks of use. I definitely will order another one soon. I highly recommend it because it is effective in not only cleansing but also nourishing my skin, which is now looking healthier than ever before!
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