Review: Vapour Organic Beauty Clarity Makeup Removing Cleansing Oil

I have tried many eye makeup removers, but I was curious to test out Vapour Organic Beauty's cleansing oil. A makeup remover in oil form, it claimed to be a multi-tasking product that would also offer benefits to the skin. I had the opportunity to put this unique product to the test and reviewed it below.

Pros:
  • Effectively removes both eye and facial makeup
  • Recyclable packaging
  • Gentle on eyes (won't sting)
  • 95% organic ingredients
  • Pleasant fragrance
Cons:
  • Moderately priced for a makeup remover
Summary:
I was surprised at how well Vapour Beauty's clarity cleansing oil worked.  I even tried it on my face (applying the oil and wiping it off) without applying cleanser, toner, and moisturizer afterwards (as is my usual nightly routine).  I found that my face did not feel dry nor oily in the morning.  This oil would be a nice item for a trip, as it could remove eye and face makeup and stand in for a face washing kit for a couple of days.  I love how this product is made with wind power.  However, I'd love to see it better marked for recycling, as some cities have trouble accepting unmarked plastics.

Also available on Amazon.com.

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