|Would buy this product again.||42%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is the best cleanser ever. I use waterproof mascara on a daily basis, and i just clean my face using two drops of the kose cleansing oil. i use the junkisei cleansing oil but i would think the sekkisei one works great as well. i wash the oil off using my orange peel soap and follow it with the junkisei lotion which is like a toner. amazing! my skin has never been this clear. i used to get small whiteheads on my forehead but now, my skin is sooo smooth. of course, i follow with moisturizer after. i found my hg skincare line and i will use forever.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Bad products!!! Although, it has an okay power to clean make up, it made my skin became dull and dark. I have been asked by many people whether I used very tan bronzer all over my face. I was so worry and tried many things to correct that but I didn't realize that it was because of this cleansing until I finished a bottle. Bad bad bad. Now I'm using skii cleansing gel and my face has never been better than this. Thanks God that at last I found the reason.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I find this cleansing oil to be very good quality. It has a pleasant smell that is typical of Japanese products. The scent reminds me of my childhood since I'm asian and grew up with aunties who used similar items.
On the packaging, it says clearly in English that this is intended for rinsing off makeup only. You MUST follow this with a cleanser. Yes it is an oil bit it's consistency is quite runny and it dissolves the makeup
(much like nail polish remover with polish). It is greasy when applied and you must apply this directly to your skin. You will not get the "dissolving" effect if you soak a cotton ball with this.
You put 1-2 pumps in the palm of your hand and gently rub the oil all over your face. Keep your eyes closed during this whole process (if you open them, you'll get oil seeping in). Keep mixing the oil and your makeup for about 30-40 seconds and then rinse off with warm water. This will rinse off cleanly but you may still feel a bit of a slip on your skin. Follow with cleanser, toner and moisturizer.
This oil also emulsifies (becomes milky) and provides a "double cleansing" effect. For the price $28 you get 6oz.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I've tried just about every cleansing oil out there in the market, including Shu Uemura, DHC, Boscia, Nude...I'm currently using this one and, at best, this is just average for me. I find the texture to be a little bit too liquid and messy, though it does an okay job of removing waterporoof mascara. The problem is, unless I put a good amount of the product directly on my eyes (not appealing!), my eye-makeup makes a racoon ring around my eyes that I have to scrub off with a washcloth (even less appealing!). My favorite of the lot so far is Boscia, which has a nice, thick consistency that is very spreadable and does a great job of actually dissolving waterproof eye makeup. After I finish this bottle, I am going back to Boscia.
A special note for the other ladies with acne-prone skin...as recommended by Kose and other cleansing oils, you will need to follow up with a foaming cleanser to remove any residue.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
My decision to buy the Seikisho Perfect Cleansing Oil was absolutely wrong. The products turned out to be overly greasy and aggravated dry patches on my skin. This greasiness was exacerbated by a smell of alcohol. I had a feeling of having a film on my face even after using the another cleanser.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Tan Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I bought a sample of this product in HK in the blue bottle and I really like it. It's very light and washes off completely, takes makeup off easily. The formula is clear so I'm thinking that it may have been reformulated possibly. I find it leaves my skin healthy, seems to help with exfoliating and its non drying. I've been using it on my sunburnt back also to help get rid of the peeling skin!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
i felt that this cleansing oil is thick compared to other brands.in terms of cleansing capabilities,this is just as good as fancl,HABA.it removes waterproof and heavy makeup and remove pore clogging sebum.all you need is 2-3 pushes of the dispenser.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I received a couple sample bottles of the Seikisho Perfect Cleansing Oil when I bought Seikisho's Mask White. I love the mask but HATE the cleansing oil. For something so greasy, it really dries out your skin! It really does what it's supposed to do, (ie. take off your makeup etc.), but my hands always feel rubbery and dry after I wash it off. It definitely does NOT compare to DHC's Cleansing Oil.
I kind of wished that they hadn't been giving out free samples with every purchase of Mask White. I bought three bottles and got a free bottle of the Perfect Cleansing Oil with each purchase. I'm only using it for the sake using it, but I've definitely got a good moisturizer prepared.
I will never buy this product.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I received a very generous sample of this product. This is the blue bottle cleansing oil, there's a Seikisho Cleansing oil in yellow bottle. The sample, just like the full-size version, has a nice pump to allow easy dispensing of the product. I really really dig the bottle. It's plastic and looks simple, but very durable and high-quality. Or maybe it just looks cooler because of the kanji in it. Anyway, its texture is oil but thin and light. I expected it would be greasy basing on its name, but it's not. I like the soft and clean feeling after I wash it off. It feels like my skin can breath again. I noticed it takes a BIT more effort to get my eye makeup off with this compared to DHC's Cleansing oil (see separate review). It's definitely a must for someone who wears makeup or heavy (high spf) sunscreen like me. Although it performs pretty well, I'm taking a lippie out for its price and quantity. It doesn't deserve a full 5 since there's other brands that performs better.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I have tried Shu and DHC cleansing oils prior to this, and this is being the worst. It has thick texture like DHC, creamy yellow colored oil has somewhat jelly-like yummy smell, but it doesn't take off all my makeup like Shu and DHC. I bought this with Sekkisei powder wash, white mask, facial soaps w/ oriental herbs, Sekkisei lotion (toner), cream for snow-white complextion, and likes everything else EXCEPT this product. Oil rinses off complete w/ water, but my eye makeup isn't completely removed, and this does not washes off sunscreen, which is one of the reason I use cleansing oils, because I wear SPF 55 sunscreen everyday.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This cleansing oil clogged my pores and made me break out horribly. I think it's for dry skin only....
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This cleansing oil costs Rp 198,000 (around US$20). It comes in a plastic bottle with pump. This is the first time I tried using oil as cleanser. The oil is a bit thick and feels very oily on application. It does its job really well as a cleanser, all traces of makeup are gone with one wipe. However you have to use another cleanser in foam/soap form as this is just too oily by itself. Washing with water alone won't do. I used it together with the Seikisho Black Soap. I found that after using for a month or so, red dots started to appear all over my face. They disappear once I stopped using this cleansing oil. Will not repurchase.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I find this thicker than Fancl Cleansing oil. This cleanser is reasonable priced. It seems to calm my skin. Will repurchase this
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Black
This cleansing oil is thick, but not greasy. Cleanses very well, doesn't dry our your skin. It leaves a greasy film after rinsing with water, but hey, it's a cleansing oil. You're meant to use a foam cleanser after wards. I get it from outlet shops with a discounted price, I will repurchase when I'm on a tight budget.