by Susan Lefaivre
I remember to test Kate Ryan and Nourishing Cleansing Oil makeup remover ($ 40) for Truth in aging. I have combination skin and I am also dealing with the aging process. I’ve always been away from oil-based products. This time, I wanted to explore the benefits of the oil. I’m 52 and I want to try all the products on the market to help my skin showing its age.
I thought this would be a great way to cleanse my skin every night. He says it is “soft effective cleaning action leaves the skin clean, nourished, and with proper moisture balance.” It sounds great in theory, but did not for me. I always approached discovery with an open mind, so why should this be different? Kate Ryan I applied to my skin cleanser overnight, hoping that my skin is nourished and soft. After washing the residue away, my skin was dry and tight. When he got close to my eyes to remove eye makeup, which irriated my eyes terribly. I thought maybe this was just a fluke, so religiously pure my face every night for the next three weeks, until I decided it was not a match for me. My skin was no softer, and I saw no change in texture and did not exclude all my makeup.
This product has some wonderful ingredients, including many antioxidants as resveratrol , green tea oil, castor oil, wheat germ, coenzyme Q10, oil Granada and impressive DMAE , it is known to firm and lift skin.
I am very disappointed that I could not incorporate this product to my routine. One suggestion I would make is that it could be much more convenient to have the product dispensed in a soft washcloth. Thus, one would be able to see if your skin was clear of makeup residue.