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Thursday, October 15, 2015

Murad Renewing Cleansing Oil Review

PR Sample - Do you prefer cleansing oil or cleansing water to double cleanse? I've tried both ... DHC (cleansing oil) and Bioderma (cleansing water). My dry skin, seems to prefer cleansing oil. When I saw that Murad had a cleansing oil (Murad Renewing Cleansing Oil), I added it to my WISHlist and Murad sent it to me to try out. This is an excellent cleansing oil. It removes makeup effortlessly. However, there are some things you should know. This oil is very moisturizing! Not greasy. Not slick. Not oily. Moisturizing. In my humble opinion, this will only work for individuals with DRY SKIN. It left my DRY SKIN, very supple and nourished. My skin loved it! BUT... I personally would only use this in the Winter or colder months. I feel it's too much for Spring or Summer (hotter months). This oil is scented (and you know how I feel about scented skincare products) but Murad gets an A+ for their scents, because they do not offend or affect me. As a matter of fact, they are very appealing. It smells like a Spring breeze! It's delightful. The cap on the bottle, allows for a couple of drops at a time. So you never have to worry about spilling the entire bottle. I would prefer a pump for dispensing, but aesthetically I can see why they chose a sleeker design. This applies as an oil to the face. The reason why I mention that, is the DHC Cleansing Oily applies as an oil but foams up once water is applied (which I love). That is not the case with the Murad Renewing Cleansing Oil. It washes away cleanly, but it remains as an oil. So that took a little getting use to. Again, it does what it says! But you must take into account your skin type and the season, so it does limit usage. I didn't experience any adverse reactions while using this product (no irritation, redness, swelling or stinging of eyes). So those are my thoughts!


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  1. I have never heard of a cleansing oil before - sounds really interesting

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  2. Wow, sounds great! Thank you for your review!

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  3. I love oil to remove my makeup too! They remove the most stubborn waterproof makeup easily :)

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  4. Ooh this sounds perfect for me! I use a cleansing oil from a drugstore and I love it.
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    Pretty Mad Things .. xo

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  5. The first time I heard of this cleanser I might have to consider in trying. Another great review.

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  6. I like the idea of a cleasing oil - I use face oil all the time for my skin, but this looks and sounds great,

    Hope you are well Kim, see you around,

    A xx

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  7. First time I hear about this oil, thanks for sharing! :)

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  8. I'm liking the black backdrop for the photos! I've heard of Murad but never tried their products. I was using Shu Uemura cleansing oil for a while but i switched to Clinique cleansing balm which works well. great review Kim!
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  9. I've never used a cleansing oil but this sounds lovely Kim!

    Perfect for you to use right now too as you go into the cooler weather, something nice and moisturising will come in handy! :)

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  10. I should give this a go. Although I do prefer cleansing water, I'm currently using the Garnier cleansing oil which I do love. And this one with the nice smell sounds really good:) Great review as always, Kim.

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  11. This sounds like a great product. I love things that foam up. :)

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  12. I use a face oil once daily, but I've never tried oils as a cleanser. The idea of the DHC version that foams when water is involved sounds wonderful! I don't usually double cleanse, but there's nothing I won't try once, so I won't rule out giving this cleansing oil a go in the future.
    xox,
    Cee

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  13. I always do oil cleansing! It cleans my skin better and doubles as a moisturizer before bed. Win, win. :)

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  14. For me its the cleansing water - oil I have used but mostly for eye make up removal.
    I tend to shy away from oily products as I have oily hair and skin ;)

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  15. I'm really enjoying using Murad skincare at the moment too. This sounds like a lovely oil - unfortunately I can't use oil products on my face at the moment as I have eyelash extensions at the mo!

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  16. Ohhh, this is very different then as it doesn't foam up. I am currently alternating between L'Oreal and Palmer's cleansing oil and both are sooooo good to my skin. Another one to be added into my to-try list. Great review, Kim!

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  17. I've only used a cleansing oil that foamed up, but this one sounds worth a shot too. There actually aren't that many cleansing oils that I've tried, but I'm so glad that more and more brands are offering them.

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  18. I know now what I'm going to ask for Christmas this year! So of these products. Thanks for all of your product reviews.
    Love all of your visits too!
    Enjoy the rest of the week.

    Julie xo

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  19. I have dry skin and I think I would probably love this cleansing oil. And it's good to know that the scent isn't offending at all. I'm not big on scented products either.

    Rowena @ rolala loves

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  20. I've been hearing so many things about cleaning oils lately! This one sounds nice! Btw, thanks Kim for all your kindness! I really appreciate it! I'll keep you posted on how things are going in South Carolina etc!

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  21. I have heard so much about cleansing oils but I've always been scared because I had acne when I was a teen and feel like it would break me out. Although now my skin does get dry especially in the winter so I'd give this a try since you mentioned that - plus it's Murad which I've always had good luck using on my skin.

    Nice post!
    xoDale

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  22. Great post Kim!! I still need to try an actual cleansing oil and this one looks great for what I need!

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  23. I've never tried a cleansing oil before Kim! This sounds nice and I can see how it would be great for the colder months since it's so moisturizing!

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  24. sounds like a really nice product!! :D xoxo

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  25. Never heard of this brand before, sounds really good though!

    Vanessa xo - http://www.notesofglam95.blogspot.com>

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  26. So nice to read more about this! It sounds usefu, especially for winter. It may help as my skin seems very dry lately. Thanks for an honest review!

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  27. I've never tried a cleansing oil because I feel like it would be too greasy. This would be heavenly for winter though, definitely not summer as you suggested. I'm not so sure I'd try an oil cleanser, even with such a glowing review!

    Sxx
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  28. I am a huge supporter of the OCM and oil cleansers. Ever since switching to oil cleansers my skin has been in its best shape. I will have to try this one. Thanks for the review.

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  29. If it smells like a spring breeze it smells like perfection to me. This looks & sounds amazing. I really like the way it blends in. :]

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  30. I never tried this murad oil before!! After your great review, I want to try it now!!
    Xoxo,
    Love from www.trangscorner.com {a lifestyle, fashion, beauty, and food blog}

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  31. I have super dry skin. I used this Mary Kay cleanser moisturizing scrub, and it made my skin too oily after awhile...
    Great review/tip!

    - Micaela (Harlynn)
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  32. i consider my skin as really dry, so i guess this'd be good for me. but hey, it's always summer here in my part of the world, what do i do now. hahaha.

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  33. I've never try Murad skin care. deff gonna buy and try it

    xx stella

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  34. Definitely a great product for Dry Skin, Kim! I would prefer using it for the eyes and lips since it has the perfect caring consistence to leave those sensitive areas smooth while not drying them out. Happy Friday, Kim!

    xoxo Ira
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  35. Dear Kim, I both love cleansing oil and micellar water (I use Bioderma too). Oil is always milder with sensitive skin, but when I'm lazy I use micellar water. I'm glad you found sweet the cleansing oil from Murad. There are not that many brands that feature cleansing oils (or at least I don't know that many lol). I wish you a super sweet weekend dear! Enjoy your Halloween prep. Baci, Coco et La vie en rose fashion blog - Valeria Arizzi

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  36. How cool is that! Murad is a great brand and now I may have to switch back to them, I've always been happy with their products. Glad that they sent you everything on your wishlist Kim. Thanks for the review. <3
    Caribbean Foodie

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  37. I have never tried a cleansing oil (yep!)
    I love the ones that make foam (so good at describing huh)
    This seems like a good product!
    Dora
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  38. My skin prefers oil cleansers...even cleaning milk sometimes leaves my skin dry and water based cleaners seem to be an absolute no for my combination skin. Anyhow, how nice that this oily product leaves your skin perfectly moisturized. I know what you mean when you say you think it is some suitable for colder months...during hotter months and sunny and warm weather we always need to adjust our make up routine. If we use a lot of sun protection cream (and they are almost always oily) we need less oil in our routine, so that's additional reason for the change of beauty routine.

    So wonderful that this product also has a lovely frangrance...how wonderful!

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  39. I've never used this item before, but I can totally get what you mean by it being best used in the winter on dry skin. The oil base might be too much for those oily skin folks.

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  40. Thank you for a great review, Kim! I'm still using Oskia and some DIY things, but it's always good to know about a few other alternatives. x

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  41. This sounds really nice, I've never used a cleansing oil before!

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  42. This is one I'd definitely like to try.

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  43. Great review kim! Im glad that the murad products work well for you! I want to try this but I think my skin falls on the more oily side. hope you have a great weekend ! :D xo
    Andrea
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  44. Mmm, yeah I can see how for dry skin this would be a great product! My oily skin would freak out though...haha, great review though :D

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  45. That's so interesting! Maybe it's best to use it at night?! We have dry skin all year round, so we are intrigued :)

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  46. I'm not much into oil cleanser, but they're definitely great for dry skin! xoxo

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  47. Wow i love the absorption power of it
    Pretty cool

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  48. I think cleansing oils are awesome! They effectively remove heavy and waterproof makeup. I tend to use a cleansing oil year round on those days when I am wearing a ton of makeup lol!

    Keisha xo
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  49. I love the concept of it smelling like a 'Spring Breeze' - what beautiful imagery! I'm yet to try a cleansing oil, though I've always been quite intrigued by them :)

    Gabrielle | A Glass Of Ice
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  50. Awesome post dear! Have a nice day:)

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  51. I don't use cleansing oil cuz I have normal skin, but this one looks very decent, Kim!

    xo Jo

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  52. i have been experimenting with oils on my face and my dry skin loves it as well.

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