Senka's All Clear Oil doesn't only remove makeup. It's supposed to clear your skin of all impurities that eventually translate into spots and dullness.
The formula contains the same kind of ingredients you'd find in eye makeup remover and works even on waterproof mascara. However, it's safe to use on eyelash extensions, and you can even apply it with wet hands.
Generally, you want to use around four pumps of product, though you can adjust depending on how much makeup you’re wearing. The more the better, as your makeup will slide off easier and you’d be exposing your skin to less friction.
Start off with broader areas of your face, such as your forehead and cheeks, massaging product in with a circular motion. For finer, delicate areas, such as around your nose and eyes, use the pads of your fingers. Don’t apply too much pressure, as the skin around your eyes is thin and fragile.
Continue massaging for 30 seconds to a minute–until you see that your makeup has been lifted off your face. Then mix warm water into the cleansing oil bit by bit until it emulsifies into a milky solution before rinsing off. Make sure you don’t miss any spots, especially around your hairline, eyes, nose, and the borders of your face.
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Something happens as the cleansing oil travels up that tube, but by the time the product comes gushing out the dispenser, it’s turned to foam. It’s thick and dense and acts as a cushion separating your fingers and face, which helps cut down on friction.
And just like the original cleansing oil, you can use this formula on eyelash extensions and in the shower.
We’d recommend this over the oil cleanser if you have weaker skin or simply use lighter makeup products.
You don’t need to follow this up with a face wash, which means even less dehydration. You can also choose to rinse off the cleanser or wipe it off with a cotton pad.
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