Boscia Tsubaki Oil-Gel Cleanser

About 4 or 5 weeks ago I was getting some weird dry patches around my mouth and chin area, while my cheeks were getting breakouts. I typically get my cleansers and moisturizers from Target or Ulta, but I was pretty freaked out by this combination and decided to finally delve into fancy-pants skin products to see if they really made a difference. I did some online Sephora research (this happens ALL the time), and I began reading some of the descriptions for Boscia products. I liked that they weren’t obscenely expensive and based on their online reviews they seemed like a pretty reputable brand, and I initially decided on getting the Tsubaki hydrating mask to see if that would get rid of the dry patches. But being indecisive ol’ me, I went to Sephora and was overwhelmed with my options and ended up getting a sample of the mask and purchasing the Tsubaki Cleansing Oil-Gel.

boscia - Tsubaki Cleansing Oil-Gel

http://www.sephora.com/tsubaki-cleansing-oil-gel-P384108?skuId=1565118

At first I didn’t think that the cleanser was really “cleansing” my skin because it just felt so weird. It’s more of a gel-like consistency and smells a little like grapefruit, but my skin never had that tight and clean feel to it. Now I know it’s because of the oil that my skin feels less dried out/stripped and more supple and healthy. I kid you not this stuff got rid of all my dry patches and pimples in like 3 weeks and I still have over half of the bottle left, so I’m pretty pumped about that. It did take me a minute to figure out which moisturizer to use with this cleanser but I’ve been using a Ulta bronzing face moisturizer since it isn’t too heavy or light. All in all I totally recommend this cleanser if you’re in need of something gentle but still powerful. ┬áThe Boscia Tsubaki Oil-Gel is $28 for 5 oz and is available for purchase at Sephora or Sephora.com.

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