This is a pretty good cleansing oil that has pros and cons. For comparison, I've also used DHC's cleansing oil and Clinique's take the day off balm that has similar oil properties.
All three products seem to remove makeup/sunscreen well. However, the Lumene does not rinse as thoroughly as the DHC or the Clinique. It does leave a filmy feeling, which if you have oily or combo skin, may not be pleasant. If you have very dry skin or use a washcloth/puff this may not be an issue. On the other hand, it did not dry me out with repeated use the way the DHC did. I tended to use this in the winter when I could use more moisture. It's probably too much for my combo skin in summer. It also will cause a milky film if you get it in your eyes when removing eye makeup. Not the worst thing, and not burning irritation, but still somewhat annoying.
I didn't notice any strong fragrance like some others have mentioned, and I'm usually rather sensitive to those things. The pump works well enough, although a few drops do tend to roll down the sides (DHC pump is more efficient) and you can get every last drop. Price is getting up there for a drug store product, but probably cheaper than either the DHC or Clinique. Although I've used two bottles, purchased a couple years apart, I won't repurchase due to the lack of clean rinsing. I really like the idea of an oil-based cleanser, thus my initial repurchase, but quickly remembered why I wasn't a big fan of this particular cleanser.