Review: Missha Flower Bouquet Cherry Blossom Fresh Cleansing Oil

4. July 2013
Hello ♥
Today I have another sample based review for you. I got a sample of Missha’s Flower Bouquet Cherry Blossom Fresh Cleansing Oil. I already reviewed the Cherry Blossom Cleansing Cream here. And I was (and still am) really in love with the scent, a refreshing and flowery scent of cherry blossoms. This sample of the Fresh Cleansing Oil was sent to me with my last order at W2Beauty (here) and I’m really happy to be able to try the cleansing oil of the Cherry Blossom line.

Here is the description from Missha’s page in New Zealand:
1. Concept
Refreshing Cleansing oil to remove heavy makeup perfectly and cleanly with pore care benefit
2. Descriptions
MISSHA Flower Bouquet Fresh Cleansing Oil Series
Perfect cleansing!
Washes away dirt and heavy makeup in one step
Effortless washing!
Rapid cleansing without leaving an oily residue
A fresh finish!
Does not leave your skin dry or sticky
  • Perfect Cleansing
One-step, complete cleansing, removing even the toughest of waterproof makeup 
  • Fresh Finish
Provides a refreshing finish without leaving an oily residue or drying the skin
 
  • Effortless washing
Light cleansing oil with powerful hydrophilic properties quickly and easily removes dirt and makeup residue
 
* Each character of MISSHA Flower Bouquet Fresh Cleansing Oil
Pore Care
Cherry blossom and Azalea extracts nourish and exfoliate the skin while reducing the appearance of enlarged pores 
4. Directions
 
1) Pump 2-3 times onto dry hands.
* After dispensing, wipe away any oil remaining on the pump head to allow for easy use later.
2) Gently massage onto dry face for 30 seconds.
* In order to completely remove lip and eye makeup, take extra care to gently massage the delicate lip and eye areas.
3) Dampen your fingers and gently massage until oil and water emulsify and appear milky-white.
4) Rinse face with lukewarm water to wash away dirt and makeup residue.
* There is no need to cleanse again, but if you have extremely oily skin then rinse again with Flower Bouquet Cleansing Foam.
The packaging of the sample has cherry blossoms printed on, like the full sized products of that line. I like the packaging a lot, because it’s simple but cute on the same time. ♥
The product itself is a clear oil. It has to be applied on the dry skin for cleansing and massaged in a while. The make-up already starts to dissolve in this step. Then you can wet your hands and continue massaging. The oil starts getting milky when combined with water. The make-up is fully dissolved after this step. Now you can rinse of the cleanser and your skin will be left clean and smooth.
This cleanser is really nice. It removed all the make-up I applied and it didn’t make my skin feel dry after cleansing. Since I have dry skin some good cleansers which are able to remove all make-up thoroughly are simply too drying. I didn’t have that feeling this time. Also, it didn’t leave my face oily at all. I will buy the full sized product probably as soon as my cleansing cream is empty and I can recommend this product for people with dry to normal skin. Missha states in their product description, that people with oily face should use the foam cleanser afterwards. I don’t know how effective this will be, since I don’t have oily skin.
The full size contains 150 ml and costs US$ 22.23 at W2beauty. If you use my link or the sponsor code 088505 for registration at W2Beauty you’ll get a 5.00 $ voucher after registration and you can use it immediately for each purpose from US$ 30 onwards.
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8 Comments

  • Reply Sample Hime 6. July 2013 at 20:46

    I always use a foam cleanser after my oil cleansing because I’m afraid the extra oil will make me break out. I still love oil cleansers but I wish there was a way to combine the two! I actually have this sample but I’ve been holding off on using it because I like the package LOL. thanks for the example pics xo

    • Reply Fräulein Schnee 8. July 2013 at 9:25

      You’re welcome. It was hard for me to decide to use it up although I love the packaging, too XD but I did it :D Thanks for commenting ♥

  • Reply Chee Z 7. July 2013 at 5:03

    Interesting how it turns milky after mixing it with water! But this look like it works so well, and not drying too! I’m really impressed with Missha’s cleansing products from the samples I’ve tried too, going to look out for this one as well. :)

    • Reply Fräulein Schnee 8. July 2013 at 9:29

      I didn’t think it will really change to this milky oil until I saw it myself XD Until now I like Missha’s cleansers. They always work nicely on my skin. Thanks for commenting ♥

  • Reply Arya De Guzman 10. July 2013 at 22:04

    interesting..I haven’t tried any cleansing oil and I still haven’t used the Missha cleansers that I have. Seems like Missha is really a great brand, I just hope their prices here in our country so i don’t have to order in Korea

    :D from The Certified Latebloomer

    • Reply Fräulein Schnee 10. July 2013 at 22:44

      Do you mean the chocolate latte and strawberry latte cleansers? I ordered the chocolate one and I’m really curious about it. Hope it will arrive soon :)

  • Reply Anne S 12. July 2013 at 0:13

    I received the same sample and I love it! I was wondering if you know if there are any cleansing oil that are for acne prone skin?? Thanks!

    • Reply Fräulein Schnee 12. July 2013 at 12:26

      I’m not too familiar, but I heard Missha’s Perfect BB Cleansing Oil is quite good if you have oily skin. I guess it’s important that you clean your face afterwards with a foam cleanser for your skin. Perhaps you could try Etude House AC Clinic Line, but I didn’t try it by myself. Everytime I had problems with my skin I usually use oatmeal as cleanser instead of anything else. Have a look here: http://www.bubzbeauty.com/bubbi-likes/126-oatmeal-cleanser.html

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