Skinfix Foaming Oil Cleanser
Skin Care

Skinfix Foaming Oil Cleanser

If you have been following me on here and/or on social media for a while then you know I have been lucky enough to be gifted some great products from Skinfix over the past two years. They make an array of wonderful products that are good for the skin and free from harmful things like parabens, sulfates, formaldehyde, etc.

They recently sent me their Foaming Oil Cleanser and I wanted to try it out right away so I could share my thoughts with you guys because it is going to be exclusive to Sephora starting April 2!

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This foaming oil cleanser is clinically proven to increase hydration, improve smoothness, reduce blotchiness, scaling & flaking & visibly reduce redness. This is right up my alley! My skin can always use some more hydration, especially during the cold weather months, and with that dehydrated skin comes flaking, etc.

“98% naturally derived, this luxurious creamy facial foam washes away dirt and makeup with gentle coconut cleansers that won’t strip or dry out skin.”

So far I’m really liking this cleanser! I haven’t used it long enough to notice whether it’s seriously helping my dry skin, but it hasn’t dried out my skin more so that’s something. It feels nice and smooth on the skin when I’m washing it and my skin feels smooth and clean afterwards.

My only critique of the cleanser would be the shape of the bottle and pump. When my hands are wet, it’s hard to get a good grip on the round bottle and pump out the cleanser. But that’s my only complaint, if you can really consider it one. The product itself has been good so far and I plan to use it all up!

Don’t forget, it will be available exclusively at Sephora starting April 2!

*This product was sent to me complimentary, but all opinions are my own.*

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