Monday, June 2, 2014

Review: Human Nature 100% Natural Cleansing Oil

No matter how beautiful a girl is, it is still a must for us to wear make-up to enhance our beauty. Of course, wearing a makeup all day would require us to use a trusty product that would take off the dirt and cleanse our faces.  As far as I know, there are three types of makeup removers—the facial wash, the cold cream, and the cleansing oil. Now, I will be focusing on the third type.

Ingredients: premium-cosmetic grade, Helianthus annuus (sunflower oil), fragrance (all-natural)

Price:  P350 – 195 ml (but sometimes it’s on sale for P 295.00)


This cleansing oil from Human Nature has a yellowish color. When it comes to packaging, I don’t know if it’s just me or it’s poor packaging, because I totally wrecked the pump. To fix it, I ended up transferring it in another container. Meanwhile, It has a fruity and citrusy scent that smells nice. The direction on the bottle says:

*Pump two to three times on palm and massage oil all over face. Wipe off with tissue or towel. Wash off excess oil with your facial wash. Sit back, relax and enjoy the clean, bare-faced beautiful you.

This cleansing oil doesn’t emulsify, so after using it and removing the oil with a tissue, I have to wash my face again with my facial wash since there’s still oil on my face. It’s different when you use a cold cream since removing make-up with cream does not need you to wash your face afterwards.


Will I recommend it? I guess I would, but only to diligent girls. This is because for a gal like me who find it so tedious to massage, wipe, and wash my face every night, I’d still go for a much easier routine. Although the product makes my skin soft and keeps my skin from breaking out, I still have that oily feeling after applying it. Besides, the cleansing oil does not remove my mascara completely.


Disclaimer: Some products may not work for me, but can work well for others. This review is simply based on my experience. 

Written by: Janine Daquio
Edited by: Katrina Pulvera
Photos: Janine Daquio

9 comments:

  1. Oh, I can't use cleansing oil because my skin is already oily. BTW, the EVOO I used is around 350-400pesos only. :)

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    1. ohhh... pwede na rin pala for the price of EVOO. :)
      btw, they said for cleansing oils that - oil cleans oil. maybe it just don't apply to this product.

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  2. I have this cleansing oil too! I like to take my time (when I'm not tired) when it comes to removing my makeup because I treat it as a ritual so I don't mind at all really massaging this all over my face. It does a great job at removing makeup and there's hardly even any residue left after! I agree the downside is that you're left with an oily face after even when you wipe with tissue. Definitely not for those who want to get their makeup off quick!

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    1. that's good to hear coming from other user. :) we really have different preferences.

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  3. This sounds interesting. But I think it's something I won't be needing. I do enjoy other Human Nature products and I'm happy they're expanding :) Nice review!

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  4. I don't like to spend to much time for a beauty regimen so I would probably pass on this.

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  5. I've read a number of reviews on Human Heart's products and they're almost all the time positive. I hate evening routines too. Most of the time I just wash and put cream before I hit the bed. Just that. So I guess this won't work well with me too. However, I'm really intrigued with their Sunflower Oil. That I really wanna try!!

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  6. i don't usually use oils or cleansers, straight to wash na ako :P i use human nature products as my CTM routine and I like ts feel on my face :D

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  7. Thank you for the review girl. I am not sure if I want to use that, my face is already oily, and I might start breaking out. :D Human Nature is a nice brand but I still go for the trusted make-up brands for make-up remover :)

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