Montag, 11. August 2014

Kose Softymo Deep Cleansing Oil [vs] Hada Labo Cleansing Oil (Olive Oil)


Today I'm gonna prepare two cleansing oils:The Kose Softymo Deep Cleansing Oil and the Hada Labo Cleansing Oil


Kose Softymo: Kose softymo Deep Cleansing Oil blends Orange Oil and Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Oil to dissolve makeup and remove impurities in pores. Cuticle-clear ingredient helps remove dead cuticles, leaving skin purified and refreshed. how to use it Apply to dry face and hands. Massage gently over face. After it is emulsified, rinse off thoroughly. country of origin Japan suitable for all skin type



Hada Labo:
  • For heavy make up & water-proof mascara.
  • Formulated with high purity Olive Oil to deep clean and gently remove dirt, excessive oil and stubborn makeup instantly.
  • High cleansing ability even for water-proof mascara.
  • Gentle to your delicate eye area and eye lashes.
  • Enhanced with Super Hyaluronic Acid to intensely hydrate and maintain skin’s moisture balance leaving skin feeling soft & smooth.
  • It is water-soluble, does not leave unpleasant greasy feeling.
  • Skin pH balanced. Low irritation.
  • Free of fragrances, mineral oil, alcohol & colorant.


 Ingredients Kose Softymo: rice bran oil, mineral oil, sorbeth-30 tetraoleate, triethylhexanoine, cyclomethicone, orange oil, tocopherol, jojoba seed oil, glycerin, polyglyceryl-2 diisostearate, trilaureth-4 phosphate, water, phenoxyethanol 

Ingredients Hada Labo: Ethylhexyl palmitate, triethylhexanoin, sorbeth-30 tetraisotearate, peg-20 glyceryl triisostearate, olea europaea (olive ) fruit oil, water, dextrin palmitate/ethylhexanoate, BHT, simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil, sodium acetylated hyaluronate, hydroxyproplrimonium hyaluronate


Texture:

Kose Softymo Deep Cleansing Oil

Slightly yellow, a bit more fluid than for example a vegetable oil, smells rather strong


   
Hada Labo Cleansing oil

no colour, a bit more fluid than for example a vegetable oil, smells like olive oil



Comparison:

I tested the two cleansing oils on these 4 products. All those four products are quite hard to remove, especially the blue eyeliner (even though it's not waterproof...)






After massaging the oil for a few seconds. The gel eyeliner and the liptint vanished completely. The Kose Softymo oil (on the left) seemed to dissolve the waterproof eyeliner better than the Hada Labo one.




After massaging the oil in, you wet your palms and massage a few more seconds so the oil turns into a white milky texture.





After rinsing everything off. Both oils got rid of everything, just a little stain from the blue eyeliner is left. I have to say, nearly nothing gets completely rid off the blue eyeliner, so I'm not surprised to see a stain being left...




All in all:

I liked both oils so far. But I think I like the Hada Labo one a tiny little bit more. During cleaning it seemed like the Kose Softymo worked better, but in the end both oils got rid of almost everything. The Kose Softymo has a rather strong smell, that I personally don't like (it's the orange oil, I think) and also contains mineral oil. It's cheaper than most cleansing oils though (it's not that much cheaper online though...). So yeah, I prefer the Hada Labo Oil, just because I like the smell better (and I love Hada Labo products :p)




Kose Softymo Deep Cleansing Oil: 4/5

Hada Labo Cleansing Oil: 4,5/5


You can buy the kose softymo oil here (German)/here (international)
You can buy the hada labo oil here (German)/here (international)

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