67% would repurchase
on 4/24/2018 8:03:00 PM
More reviews by wingcharm
I'm used to gentle facial cleansers like Cetaphil and Neutrogena because they don't dry my skin. I read about DHC deep cleansing oil and got curious how Japanese rave about this product. I was bored with my usual cleansers so I decided to buy this one just to try it out. At first I hesitated to buy it because it's pricey for a small bottle. I bought it for like 30+ aud and I seriously felt guilty after lol. However, the benefit of this cleanser is really good because I can totally tell that it cleanses my face! With Cetaphil and Neutrogena I had to use makeup remover to get thorough cleaning but with DHC it removed my makeup so quickly and easily! It also didn't dry my skin and I had no break outs or anything after use. It took me months to use up all the bottle but I still find this expensive that I looked for a cheaper alternative (Palmer's oil cleanser). However, I didn't have the same satisfaction so I am definitely going back to DHC.So yeah, the only reason I'm not giving this a 5 star is because of its price. Although I only need a small amount of oil to clean my face, it would be better to pay for that price with a bigger bottle.
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on 4/15/2018 5:24:00 PM
More reviews by Jaynne
Yes, I love these. Bought them for years and can't be without them. So great for travel. So soothing and effective.
on 3/29/2018 1:50:00 PM
More reviews by Heyssell
I recently purchased this on Amazon - verified vendor by DHC -. The new packaging is a plastic purple bottle which dispenses drops at a time. I use a cotton pad with a couple of drops and apply this all over my face and neck. This product absorbs nicely and calms my skin after I use Lotion P50V toner. I noticed a difference right away, my skin absorbs other products more readily now. Its a bit expensive but I love what it does and you only need a couple of drops at a time. I highly recommend this product. I have combination/dry acne/rosacea prone sensitive skin for reference.
on 2/26/2018 10:43:00 AM
More reviews by isavella
I could not be more pumped about this eyeliner.I have been coveting a super-thin liquid liner look (to the point where I have stopped to ask for trade secrets if I see it perfectly executed in public). It has been impossible to achieve with all my fave liquid liners. I've tried so many (Stila, Kat von D, Lorac, MAC, and dozens of drugstore) and have been using Stila the most but that super thin + defined line still eluded me. (Also, it's never fully matte.) Anyway, I came across a glowing review for this DHC liquid liner, pulled the trigger, and it is amazing. A nice inky matte black, super smooth application, plus a fine brush tip that basically makes drawing that perfect thick OR thin line very easy. It isn't as bulletproof as the Stila, but it wears beautifully all day with primer (a little inner corner fading, but I just make sure to prime well). I've even used it on my lower lash line without looking like an extra from the Craft. TRY IT.It was $20 on dermstore but I got it for $17 plus free shipping because it was my first time ordering. Packaging is sleek and the cap has a sort of double-securing situation that I assume helps to keep it from drying out.
on 2/22/2018 3:21:00 PM
More reviews by sweetpea19811
This did nothing for my skin or help keep my makeup look fresh. It did have a very velvety consistency. When i saw the name I wasn't too sure but it really is more velvety as regular primers which feel more greasy/oily. Because of this it took more product to cover the face. Didn't see enough difference to repurchase
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