How Oil Cleansers Work

By now you might have noticed we’ve just welcomed the newest Pai product to the family, our Light Work Rosehip Cleansing Oil. The ultimate makeup remover for sensitive skin and eyes that can’t tolerate harsh cleansing waters and wipes.

Rosehip Cleansing Oil

And the way it works is pretty clever. Oils – like the blend in our new Cleanser – naturally cling to other oils, such as those naturally produced by your skin (aka Sebum), and those found in makeup. So when you massage an Oil Cleanser into your skin, the Cleanser attaches itself to all that excess sebum and makeup, to lift them all right off.

Once you wet your hands and add water into the mix, the Cleanser becomes cloudy and a little milky as it emulsifies. That means as you wash the cleanser off, it takes the day’s dirt away with it.

The best bits? Not only is it suitable for sensitive skin and eczema, but it cuts down on the use of wasteful makeup removal wipes and cotton pads too. No equipment required!

Wipes are not only unnecessarily wasteful, but it should be noted that they also require high levels of irritating preservatives, parabens, and alcohol to keep them stable (i.e. permanently moist). Definitely not great for sensitive skin in need of some calm, right?

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