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Hurry! The best-selling DHC Deep Cleansing Oil is 50% off for one more day

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Double-cleansing is one of the most thorough and effective ways to remove makeup and SPF from the skin after a long day. This process usually starts with an oil cleanser or balm, but shoppers often feel overwhelmed when trying to find the right one. 

Thankfully, skin care enthusiasts and estheticians say the DHC Deep Cleansing Oil Facial Cleanser is the best one to buy. It’s sensitive-skin-friendly, affordable, antioxidant-rich and 50% off for just one more day at SkinStore.

DHC Deep Cleansing Oil, $14 (Orig. $28)

Credit: SkinStore
Credit: SkinStore

Buy Now at SkinStore

Now until Sept. 24 at 9:00 a.m. EST, you can snag the best-selling DHC Deep Cleansing Oil for just $14!

Also, if you’re unfamiliar with the double cleansing process, we’re here to break it all down for you! 

Oil cleansers work on the scientific premise that “like attracts like.” This makes them best for breaking down makeup, sunscreen and other surface-level oil-based impurities on the skin. The “double” element comes into play with the order of use. Start with an oil cleanser and follow with a cream or gel cleanser to gently remove any further traces of dirt, makeup or sunscreen from the skin.

You should also apply the oil cleanser with dry hands onto a dry face. Once applied, just emulsify it for a few seconds on your face with water before washing it off.

Shoppers love the DHC Deep Cleansing Oil because it masterfully breaks down and helps remove “waterproof mascara, sunscreen, makeup and daily grime.” The Japanese product is also rich in two antioxidant-rich botanicals that provide different benefits to the skin: olive oil to soften and protect the skin against free radical damage, and rosemary leaf oil to invigorate and refresh. The product also contains vitamin E, which protects the skin against free radicals and environmental pollution.

This best-selling cleansing oil is such a hit that one SkinStore shopper said they’ve been using it “daily since 1994.”

“It really does give a deep clean and my skin responds well,” the shopper added. “I wouldn’t be without it.”

Another shopper with sensitive skin said the DHC Deep Cleansing Oil is also extremely gentle and soothing.

“I have the most irritable sensitive skin and bought this product after my face reacted to simple everyday cleansers,” the shopper wrote. “It’s wonderful, and I’m obsessed.”

The product has also received the stamp of approval from licensed estheticians across social media, with California-based professional and "60 Second Rule" creator LABeautyologist particularly dubbing it an "oil plug & sebaceous filament surprise," especially for those with oily skin.

Don’t miss out on the movement. Snag this gold star-rated product at SkinStore while it’s 50% off!

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