A new cleansing oil from Klairs has just arrived at Nudie Glow! If you've heard of double cleansing, or browsed our site for cleansers before, then you would be familiar with Klairs' Gentle Black Cleansing Oil. Just like the name implies, this best-selling cleansing oil is known to be effective at removing dirt, stubborn makeup and any pore-clogging impurities, while still being gentle on the skin.
So, how is the newly launched Klairs Gentle Black Fresh Cleansing Oil any different from its predecessor? Let's dive in a little deeper!
When it comes to cleansing oils, knowing the different oil ingredients is crucial for a better understanding of what benefits you could expect with every pump!
The new Klairs Gentle Black Fresh Cleansing Oil contains only 6 simple (fragrance-free!) ingredients, and 4 types of oil: sunflower seed oil, grape seed oil, jojoba seed oil and black current seed oil. Each of these oils can benefit the skin in different ways but when combined, you get a cleansing oil that 1) cleanses your pores thoroughly, 2) leaves your skin feeling hydrated and fresh after cleansing, and 3) is rich in Vitamin A, B, C and contains strong antioxidant properties!
This is where the two Klairs cleansing oils differ the most. If you hate that greasy, heavy feeling normally associated with oil cleansers, you'd be glad to know that the texture of the Klairs Gentle Black Fresh Cleansing Oil is thinner and runnier than normal oil-based cleansers! It’s closer to that of a thin serum than oil, and will leave no greasy residue after cleansing.
While both will get the job done while it comes to cleansing, each of Klairs' oil cleansers definitely suit different skin types and conditions. Those with oily, combination or sensitive skin might prefer the Klairs Gentle Black Fresh Cleansing Oil for its lightweight texture and simpler ingredients list. Those who wants a deeper cleanse, use heavier makeup or want a more nourishing cleanser for winter might like the Klairs' Gentle Black Cleansing Oil better!
Which one is your pick?