I'm on a skincare roll here. I also hauled Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Skin Therapy Cleaning Oil along with these items at the beginning of the year when I wanted to switch up my skin care routine. I had heard of using oils as a step in skincare routines for removing makeup. I have used olive oil in the past and wanted to test an oil advertised as a cleansing oil. I must say I did like this product.
Claims: Deep cleans and Brightens. Removes Makeup and Impurities
Ingredient Highlights: Rose Hip fragrance (not to be confused with the oil itself, clever marketing though), grapeseed, jojoba oils, rosehip oil, and Vitamin C. Dermatologist Tested.
Recommended For: All Skin Types
Performance: Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Skin Therapy Cleaning Oil worked really well in breaking down my makeup to make it easy to wash off. My skin wasn't left stripped or overly greasy after cleansing. The pump allowed easy control over how much oil I wanted to use as well. Though I must say the twist and lock mechanism did not work with ease when I wanted to use the product. I often had to just unscrew the pump itself and pour a little oil into my hands.
Texture: Thin oil.
Would I recommend to a friend? Yes, I really enjoyed using Palmer's Cocoa Butter Formula Skin Therapy Cleaning Oil. I experienced no adverse skin reactions while using this product, so I would also recommend it to people with sensitive skin as well. I would repurchase it again.