Monday, July 25, 2016

Review: Yes to Coconut Ultra Hydrating Melting Cleanser

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Hey everyone. I hope you had a better weekend than I did. I have been battling a cold for a few days and losing. Flat out losing. Damn you germs! I don't have much to share about my weekend because I kept it low key and tried to rest as much as possible so I didn't anger the cold and make it worse.

So since I don't have much to share on the life front. Let's get straight into the topic of this post. Today I'm reviewing the Yes to Coconut Ultra Hydrating Melting Cleanser ($9.99, 4 fl. oz.) that I picked up in my most recent ULTA Haul.

If you've been around this blog for a while, you know I have a weakness for cleansing oils.

Ok, I have a weakness for beauty products in general. But I love cleansing oils so much that I feel it's almost a duty to try as many as I can.

I'm really happy that the cleansing oil craze made it to the U.S. and that more and more drugstore brands are joining the party and adding them to their lines. As you may remember, the Neutrogena Cleansing Oil is one of my favorites. So naturally, when I saw this Yes to Coconut Ultra Hydrating Melting Cleanser, I had to try it.

This one is different from your traditional cleansing oil since it's more on the thicker, solid-ish side of things. But nevertheless, it's an oil cleanser with the main active oils being coconut oil and moringa seed oil. All this adds up to my having to try it.

Check out my video review below to find out what I thought. Hint: Dry skin peeps should pay attention! Then let me know if you try it out too (or if you already have!!).

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