Review : Sorbet Salon Skin 3-in-1 Cleansing Oil & Micellar Water

There is such a huge difference between washing your face with soap and water as opposed to using the sorbet 3-in-1 micellar cleansing water and the sorbet 3-in-1 cleansing oil. The Sorbet Salon Skin range takes cleansing to a whole new level. If you love skin care the way that I do then this is the blog post for you. 

Sorbet Salon Skin Range

My skincare regime is one of the most important  things to me when it comes to beauty. And as you all know, I believe makeup is an art and an artist needs to prep his canvas to ensure smooth and flawless application. [bctt tweet=”I believe in DOUBLE CLEANSING we should all double cleanse, whether you use BB creams or wear a full face of makeup. ” username=”Miriam Maulana “]

The  Sorbet Salon Skin 3-in-1 Cleansing  Oil & Micellar Cleansing Water up for review today are great for effective makeup removal and pure skin cleansing.

Sorbet Salon Skin Range 

Sorbet Salon Skin is a gentle yet complete specialist skincare solution. It combines salon expertise with essential ingredients to scientifically soothe and restore – resulting in all day happy skin. Yay

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Sorbet Salon Skin 3-in-1 Cleansing Oil

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Sorbet Salon Skin range has a 3-in-1 Cleansing Oil (it cleanses, effectively removes make-up and nourishes the skin). It contains lovely ingredients like Evening Primrose oil which is a rich source of Omega-6 essential fatty acids and a great ingredient for dry skin. It also contains Vitamins A, C and E, and smells and feels divine on my skin. 

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I love using my avocado oil, olive oil mix to remove makeup as the first part of my face routine which is why when I saw the Sorbet Salon Skin 3-in-1 Cleansing  Oil, I was intrigued. I couldn’t help it, I was drawn to the ingredients in this bottle and I wanted to review it for you guys incase you’ve been looking for something like it. Nothing hurts more than using money to purchase a product then reacting to it. Like seriously, I’m sure on a list of problems in life that shouldn’t be one.

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Anywhoo, back to the review. The essential oils in the cleansing oil are great for skin  and you all know I am a believer and advocate for the use of essential oils. Lemon essential oil it  is a wonderful natural astringent and antibacterial. As such, it is extremely beneficial to those with oily and acne-prone complexions. It also helps tone the skin and reduce the appearance of pores. 

The instructions say you can rinse the “milky emulsion” off with water, but I find I have to use a warm face cloth to remove it, it does a great job to remove excess dirt and makeup. The sorbet cleansing oil is very gentle and my sensitive acne prone skin is happy with it. 

Sorbet Salon Skin 3-in-1 Micellar4 Cleansing Water 

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We’ve all heard of Micellar Water, and I  be sure most of us can attest to its convenience. Have you ever wondered what it’s all about or how it works so well? The idea is that micelles (get it micellar water ) are attracted to dirt and oil, so they are able to draw out impurities without drying out the skin

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Beauty brands, including Garnier, Lancôme and Borghese, caught on to the micellar water trend and introduced masses to its goodness and now Sorbet.

The sorbet micellar water is good for sensitive skin it is mot drying or has been gentle on my skin. The lavender oil inhibits the bacteria that cause the initial infection, it helps to regulate some of the over-excretion of sebum by hormonal manipulation. 

I hope you find this review helpful and if you have used this before please leave a comment below letting us know how it worked for you. 

Than you for stopping by. 

Love, 

 

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2 Comments

  1. 28/11/2016 / 15:22

    Confession: I’ve never used any sort of makeup remover in my life. I honestly used to think makeup remover and whatever cleanser you use for your face were the same thing! since I found out they’re not I’ve been on the hunt for something that works though. Will definitely try the water out. Definitely not the oil because I feel like I have enough oil on my face to last me a lifetime lmao. Thanks for the review.

    • Miriam Maulana
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      29/11/2016 / 05:27

      Hey babe, first of all lol. Secondly, read my blog post on double cleansing. Natural oils won’t make your skin oilier and neither does using an oil cleanser.
      I hope it works for you, it’s a good hydrating makeup remover

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