Murad Renewing Cleansing Oil Review - Really Ree
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Murad Renewing Cleansing Oil Review

10 Mar 2015 (Updated: 11 Mar 2015)

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Alrighty now. If you like cleansing oils then make sure you stay here for a little while because I have just discovered an absolutely brilliant one. Oil is great, especially for cleansing, but not all oils were created equal. Here is the low down on the Murad Renewing Cleansing Oil.

Murad Renewing Cleansing Oil Review

So I didn’t even realise that Murad did a cleansing oil until recently and I am so pleased I have got one now because it works so well. Not only it is absolutely beautiful to use with its silky texture and super hydrating feel, but it gets down to the business of cleansing super effectively. It’s great for removing eye makeup too, which can’t be said for a lot of oils which are not that great for the eye area.

Murad Renewing Cleansing Oil Review

I just massage a few drops on to my dry face, then remove with a damp muslin cloth and it literally takes everything away. I double cleanse purely out of habit although absolutely nothing comes off the second time. For eyes, I just gently press it over my lashes and even stubborn mascara shifts.

It is really gentle and leaves my skin, eyes and lips feeling super hydrated, glowing and soft. It’s like a cleanser and treatment in one.

Murad Renewing Cleansing Oil Features

Murad Renewing Cleansing Oil Review

This cleansing oil uses a powerful blend of natural botanical ingredients; a blend of grape seed, pomegranate seed and sunflower seed oils, plus olive fruit extracts. It has a powerful cleansing action but is ultra gentle and it leaves the skin’s lipid balance perfectly maintained.

  • Botanical Blend of Oils and Extracts Cleanses and hydrates to help replenish skin’s essential moisture
  • Jojoba and Liquorice Help nourish and hydrate dry, cracked skin
  • Sweet Almond Oil Provides the perfect level of moisture to smooth and soften the complexion

Murad Renewing Cleansing Oil Ingredients

Glycine Soja (Soybean) Oil, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, PEG-8, Polybutene (Isobutylene/ Butene Copolymer), Polysorbate 20, PEG-10 Sunflower Glycerides, PPG -15 Stearyl Ether, Isostearic Acid, C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate, C12-15 Alkyl Lactate, Glycerin, Butylene Glycol, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis ( Sweet Almond) Oil, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil, Dipotassium, Glycyrrhizinate, Punica Granatum Seed Oil, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Fragrance, Linalool, D-Limonene, Citral, Citronellol

This cleanser is suitable for all skin types and please don’t be put off if you have oily skin. Oils are amazing for purifying congested skin.

Murad Renewing Cleansing Oil is £29 for 180ml. FIND IT HERE. The Murad website is HERE.



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7 thoughts on “Murad Renewing Cleansing Oil Review

  1. Do you always use a muslin cloth? I know a lot of people recommend face cloths but I recently red if you have spots or sensitive skin ( I seem to have both) a muslin might be better? And since your skin is perfect I thought I’d ask you. Also do you recommend any particular muslin?

    1. I really like a muslin and I have loads of Liz Earle ones because I use Cleanse and Polish quite a lot. I like flannels but I just kind of feel that muslins are a lot cleaner and gently exfoliate a bit better. I know there are people that would disagree though. I never just rinse – I always use something to take off the product.

      And big thanks for the compliment! X

  2. Love your reviews, Ree! Was wondering if you could incorporate a line or two about how a product stands-up to similar ones on the market, e.g. how this compares to DHC Cleansing Oil or Una Brennan Superfacialsit Cleansing Oil. Would be really interesting to know your opinion and would probably save me a few £££ (to be spent on other beauty buys, obvs).
    Thanks lovely lady 🙂

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