I only take a tiny amount at a time and rub it on my face (in the shower) and then try to wash off the oil again with warm water (a lot, I'm in the shower). The emphasis is on "try" - because in connection with water a super thick, slippery layer is created that you can never get down with just water. So I still use the great one Whamisa "Foam cleanser", which foams properly and that's how I get everything washed down. Without the soap, the soggy layer would end up in the towel. Now I ask myself: what kind of effect is that supposed to be? In my mind, the cleansing oil should leave a thin layer of oil on the face so that the skin doesn't stretch after cleansing. But since you have to use soap, the effect is for the cat.
We are sorry that the cleaning oil does not meet your expectations. With the cleaning oil from La Canopée it is a type of cleaning oil that does not emulsify in contact with water, but is removed with a damp cloth or washcloth (see instructions for use). Alternatively, a second cleaning step with a foaming cleaner can be used (double cleansing). There are generally 2 types of Cleansing Oils, those that emulsify with water and can be washed off with water and those that are removed with a damp cloth. If you are looking for an emulsifying cleaning oil, we can offer you that from Oden, Whamisa, Sandawha or Urang . Recommend