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Origins Clean Energy Cleansing Oil

In my quest for better skin and with my new love of all things Origins, it was time to find myself a new cleanser. I knew, thanks to Caroline Hirons, that I needed a non-foaming cleanser and I’ve wanted to try a cleansing oil for a long time now So this seemed the natural choice.

I bought this to accompany the rest of my skin care regime and I’m really pleased I did as I love it.

This bright yellow oil, smells gorgeous and contains Sunflower, Sesame and Safflower oils. It dissolves every last scrap of my make up and leaves my skin soft and clean with no harsh foaming agents. This is suitable for all skin types as it’s not at all heavy and doesn’t leave any trace of oil on the skin after use.

To use, you just massage in to the skin, then add a splash of warm water to transform the oil into a milky lotion, and rinse away, although I wipe away with a clean muslin each time. Lovely stuff.

I do have one gripe though, the bottle needs a pump. It’s just a screw top lid and you have to pour some out into your hands. If I don’t lose some straight down the plug hole then it drips all down the sides of the bottle, its not a great design for the product. That aside it was £17 well spent.

EDIT: I have since been informed that you can buy a separate pump for £1. Which I now have and its fab, I now have no negative comments to make about this product.

3 responses to “Origins Clean Energy Cleansing Oil Review”

  1. Anna Belsham says:

    I think Origins do a pump for the bottle but it’s sold separately and I was too tight to buy it! Agree one should be included.

  2. Lucy says:

    i love cleansing with oils, it is the best way to remove all makeup… my fave is by Boscia… but I might give Origins a try… they do make some lovely stuff 🙂

  3. Larie says:

    Ah, thanks for mentioning that it doesn’t have a pump! I like Boscia’s cleansing oil, too. This sounds good, but I need a pump!

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