What is it?
'Liquid Laser Cleansing Oil has been painstakingly developed to hydrate, soften and restore radiance to dulled or lacklustre complexions.
Rebuilding and hydrating.
Addresses the concerns of a changing skin.
Replaces essential lipids.
Targets irregular hyperpigmentation.'
Who is it for?Essentially a cleanser for either a dull skin of any age or an ageing skin (45 plus) that is lacking in the 'glow' department. Equally aimed at skins suffering from pigmentation issues.
Any skin type.
What’s in it?
Natural? Organic? Man made? Vegan?
Alpha-H make no claims to be organic/natural but they are animal friendly.
Tested on animals/sold in China?
What's not in it?
How do you use it?
'Apply 2-3 pumps to a dry face and gently massage.'
Exactly as above. I remove with a flannel - obviously - but if you are into emulsifying, this is one of the best I have seen on the market for rinsing clean away.
What’s good about it?
A lot. Great for ageing skins to help them retain the moisture in the skin and leaves the skin really soft as opposed to tight and 'OW'.
There are obviously questions about the efficacy of a cleanser aimed at pigmentation - if it's not staying on the skin, how can it work? Well in the case of this particular product, you have to massage it in to get it to work/spread and if you're doing that for a few minutes twice a day, it's certainly better than using a plain traditional milk in my book. The texture is gel, the massage movement converts it into an oil, then it's up to you whether you emulsify or not.
What’s not so good about it?
Nothing after my trials.
Where to use in your routine?
Although this will remove makeup, because of the ingredients, this is in the second PM cleanse or morning cleanse for me.
Ole Henriksen Pure Truth Melting Cleanser - for the texture
OSKIA Renaissance Cleansing Gel
Alpha-H Liquid Laser Cleansing Oil is £35.95 for 100ml and I'm linking to Cult Beauty because they list all the ingredients!
*stays calm, does not go off on one*