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Make-up remover with Resibo oil

Thorough makeup removal is the basis of skin care. Often, the reason for imperfections or "clogging" is inaccurate washing of the product. Not once have I come across opinions that a product is clogging. Yes, it may be, but in most cases it turns out that inaccurate makeup removal was just done.
Resibo oil makeup remover reviews
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For a long time I have been removing makeup mainly with oils. This does not mean, however, that I do not use micellar fluids.
Oil Resibo I was tested for cooperation. I chose what I want to test myself, and since I have long been curious about this product - the choice was simple.

The product's composition includes Abyssinian oil, Manuka oil, Linseed oil, Grape seed oil, Tocopherol - vitamin E. I smell mainly linseed oil in the smell of the oil.

The product is suitable for all skin types. Interestingly, after using it my mixed skin with the problematic T (oily) zone is adjusted and I have the impression that it stays matt longer.

The product is obtained in a cardboard tube, which in itself is so cool that I could not throw it away - now it serves as a box for cotton pads (it is the perfect size). This is called recycling 😉 The tube can also be used to hold brushes or lipsticks.

This cosmetic is used to remove makeup not only the face, but also the eyes. In my case, although it was great for mascara, it unfortunately caused a slight irritation. So when it comes to eye makeup removal - I will stick to micelles.

The oil is applied to slightly moistened skin. I do the first step of make-up removal, so I extract the oil on my hand, I mix it up with water and make-up removal. Then, as recommended, soak the attached microfibre cloth in warm water and use it to gently wash the oil along with makeup residue.
Resibo makeup remover cloth

After each use, I attach the cloth included in the Alterra soap to your hands or other delicate washing liquid.
The cosmetic is great at washing not only BB cream, but also blush. The skin after removing makeup is perfectly cleansed. I also use oil for daily face cleansing (when I don't have BB cream and other cosmetics). It also works very well in this role.


Resibo makeup remover oil is not only original packaging appearance, but also effective (natural!) Action. In my case, it worked perfectly and even managed Asian BB cream, which is not one of the easiest products to wash (due to the composition).

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  1. Avatar Kasiunia 23 June 2016 / 13: 43

    hmm, I'm just thinking about trying makeup removal makeup, but I'm still afraid that I will wash it off my face and I will have problems with my skin 🙁 I watched Resibo oil on the store's website https://showroom.pl and I was fascinated by their beautiful packaging, but I still have these fears all the time whether I will do everything right and have no problems with my mouth ... Do you think it's worth the risk?

    • Avatar [Email protected] 27 June 2016 / 20: 35

      I wash this oil with the cloth provided. In addition, after using the oil, I rinse my face with Sylveco micelles (then I guarantee that the oil is washed off in 100% and will not hurt me).

  2. Avatar Janusz Bartoszek 11 February 2016 / 12: 27

    I gave him to my sister and she is very happy with him 🙂

    • Avatar [Email protected] 11 February 2016 / 13: 32

      Your sister must be very happy that she has a brother who knows what gifts to give :))))

  3. Avatar magdahom 11 February 2016 / 11: 13

    He also irritated my eyes. But what pissed me off was the fact that the company did not accept my oil review because I wrote about irritation and gave 3 instead of 5 stars ...

    • Avatar [Email protected] 11 February 2016 / 12: 01

      What stars? I totally don't know what's going on 🙂 It's not nice that they didn't accept your review, because everyone has the right to express their opinion. Although this is a product review that I got for free for testing, I can't imagine not to mention eye irritation.

  4. Avatar MISTEJK. 11 February 2016 / 10: 17

    this oil is tempting 🙂

  5. Avatar Classy Simple Life 11 February 2016 / 09: 22

    I was thinking about buying this oil because the HadaLabo oil is over and the coconut oil will run out soon ... I have very sensitive skin around the eyes = and I'm afraid that this Resibo oil may irritate ... I would love to test a sample, but I'm not going to buy a full-size product . I will stay with checked products for now - warm regards 🙂

    • Avatar [Email protected] 11 February 2016 / 12: 03

      Apparently, coconut oil washes off eye makeup very well. I haven't tried yet, but I definitely have to test this way 🙂

  6. Avatar Natasza Miszczuk 11 February 2016 / 08: 32

    I was also wondering about this oil, but I had other such oils for washing before and nothing came of it.

    • Avatar [Email protected] 11 February 2016 / 08: 47

      I didn't use any oils for washing before, so you can say it's a golden shot 😉

  7. Avatar Klaudia Klau 10 February 2016 / 21: 48

    Hmmm, I've never used oils this way, I have to try. I add to the wish list :)

    • Avatar [Email protected] 11 February 2016 / 08: 48

      Oils can be used in various ways - hair oiling, protecting the ends, body oiling, makeup removal and many more ...

  8. Avatar Sailing 10 February 2016 / 17: 33

    Interesting and I like oils so I would love to try. 🙂

  9. Avatar Kaprysek 10 February 2016 / 17: 02

    It tempts me, it tempts me!

  10. Avatar Natalia O 10 February 2016 / 16: 27

    I have it on my shopping list for a long time. I hope that I will be able to buy it soon - since it regulates mixed skin, it's something for me 🙂

    • Avatar [Email protected] 11 February 2016 / 08: 50

      Yes, I noticed that since I use it - my skin has ceased to be so oily in the T zone.

  11. Avatar E Eś 10 February 2016 / 15: 50

    He walks with me and walks ... Maybe I can finally get him 😛

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