DHC Deep Cleansing Oil.
I thought I would share with you what I have been recently using as my cleanser. This came ages ago in a beauty box, but you can actually buy this 30ml sample from the DHC website for £4.50 here
DHC is actually a Japanese online company, and has quite a cult following across Asia. It uses olive oil as the foundation of it's skin care ranges, and does not contain parabens, unnecessary colourings or fragrances.
Deep Cleansing Oil contains vitamin E and olive oil. As with most cleansing oils, you simply massage a small amount of the oil into your skin and then rinse away. Because this product is water soluble it turns into a milky lotion as you rinse it away.
I have been using this little bottle of Deep Cleansing Oil for just under a month and still have about a third of the bottle left. I know a lot of people worry about using oil on their skin because of the fear of it being too heavy, but that really isn't the case. Oils are good for all skin types, for those of us with drier skins they are very nourishing, and for those with oilier they are actually quite balancing.
Every last scrap of this is removed when you rinse away, it honestly doesn't leave any residue at all. This really is very gentle on the skin, it has made my skin feel so much softer and smoother. I am sure that massaging a product into your skin helps the overall effect, but this cleansing oil is still a lovely product to use.
I find that it takes away most of my makeup very easily. The only exception to that has been my Clinique mascara, which to be fair even Bioderma doesn't remove it first time. This cleansing oil is fragrance free, so if you are not fond of scented products, or just have very sensitive skin generally this would be an ideal product. I have enjoyed using my sample of Deep Cleansing Oil and would recommend it highly.