The Only Cleansing Oils Worth Buying, According to Byrdie Editors

Amanda Montell

Ever since the mainstream Western skincare market discovered that cleansing your face with oil like South Koreans have done for decades won't automatically break you out but can instead leave you with the cleanest, glowiest skin of your life, beauty brands have been coming out with cleansing oils right and left. For certain skin types, following the Korean double cleansing method by first washing your face with an oil-based cleanser (most of which transform into a milky texture on contact with water) and then following up with a water-based one can give you the best results in terms of makeup removal and nourished, hydrated skin.

The issue, however, is that not every brand's attempt at cleansing oil gets it quite right. So, if you're in the market for a cleansing oil but want to avoid anything greasy or chemical-laden, we've got you. This list contains the best cleansing oils money can buy, according to Byrdie editors.

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