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!