If you're a regular reader of my blog or watch my YouTube channel, then you'll know that I enjoy cleansing with an oil and have particularly raved about Japanese brand, DHC's Deep Cleansing Oil. I find oil cleansing to be an effective way of cleansing and appreciate the balancing effects that it has on my combination skin. Whilst I still love the DHC Deep Cleansing Oil, I've recently been trying the Nude Perfect Cleansing Oil.
As with all Nude products, the packaging is chic and not at all worthy, despite the eco branding. I liked the functionality of the pump dispenser, however, I'd have preferred if the packaging were transparent to enable me to see how much product was remaining. I found it reassuring to choose a cleansing oil from a natural brand as I could be confident that it was free from mineral oil, which can clog pores.
Nude Perfect Cleansing Oil has a feminine rose and geranium fragrance which adds to the sense of indulgence. It's certainly enjoyable to use, particularly when first applied to the skin. It has a thicker consistency than my beloved DHC and for this reason, it takes a little extra effort to emulsify and remove the oil. As tends to be the case with oils, I found that the texture lent itself well to facial massage.
I have heard some people say that Nude Perfect Cleansing Oil breaks them out (potentially because it's not the easiest to remove thoroughly), however, I didn't experience that despite having sensitive and acne prone skin.
At £28 for 100ml, it's more expensive than my favourite DHC but I'd consider repurchasing it thanks to the eco credentials.