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Rodin Olio Lusso Facial Cleansing Powder
is a wonderful cleansing powder that effectively, and thoroughly, cleans the skin without ever stripping it. It is formulated so that one can customize their cleansing routine based upon the needs of the skin and personal preference. For instance, if one seeks an exfoliating cleanser, then simply add less water to preserve the granular texture which lends itself to efficient exfoliation. If, instead, one prefers a creamier consistency, then simply add more water and mix for a smooth texture. Once water is introduced, a lovely creamy lather, punctuated by the aroma of jasmine oil, soothes the skin and the senses. Skin is left silky smooth, thoroughly cleansed and lightly hydrated. I love this cleanser and routinely pair it with Rodin Olio Lusso Luxury Face Oil
). It should be noted that very little is needed– therefore this little bottle will last longer than you might expect.
According to Linda Rodin,
This is my dream facial cleanser. I’ve been working on this for years. I combined granular rice bran with moisturizing sea algae, which is enhanced by olio lusso’s signature blend of jasmine and neroli. It is the ideal skin prep for face oil. I customize my cleansing routine based on my skin’s needs. I pour a small amount of powder into damp palms. I add a little water for a deeper exfoliating experience; add more water for a richer lather, and massage onto my face. I rinse clean with water and then lightly towel dry my face. Then, I apply 2-3 drops of my face oil
Directions: Rinse clean with water, then lightly towel dry face. Apply 2 to 3 drops to still-damp face.
: Sorbitol, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Tricalcium Phosphate, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Extract, Tetrasodium Edta, Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan), Fragrance (Parfum), Linalool.
Silicone-free; sulfate-free; paraben-free, Made in the USA
: I absolutely love
this cleanser, and plan to purchase another bottle as soon as I finish this one. A+
Update: This product is no longer available, and Rodin Olio Lusso has been closed by Estee Lauder (its parent company).
Purchased. All views expressed are categorically my own.
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I have an exfoliator that is a powder but have never tried a cleansing powder--what a great idea! I love double-duty products.ReplyDelete
This one is particularly effective, and really pleasant to use! The Jasmine aroma is really lovely!Delete
I never use a powder cleanser but this sounds so interesting. I even think I could tolerate the jasmine scent.ReplyDelete
It is really a lovely cleanser, and the jasmine aroma is subtle enough that I don't think that it would give you trouble, Marcia!Delete
I used powder cleansers/exfoliators before and some were not as good as others. I heard really good things about this brand though, and I'm a fan of jasmin fragrance.ReplyDelete
I agree, they are not all great! This one, however, really is. All of the Rodin products that I use are quite lovely!Delete
What an interesting cleanser! I've only ever tried one small sample of a powder cleanser once and really liked the concept.ReplyDelete
It really is, and it smells so lovely! I like the concept as well!Delete
I've never tried a cleansing powder - only the powder exfoliators! Interesting.. and I love Jasmine scentReplyDelete
The Jasmine scent is really lovely, and it is a really effective, and gentle, cleanser. I highly recommend it!Delete
Wow! That is high praise! Totally makes me want to try it!ReplyDelete
I LOVE this cleanser so much! I savor it every single time that I use it!Delete
Have you used the Tara Harper regenerating cleanser? It is also exfoliating and gentle but seems to have more active ingredients. If you have tried them both, what are your thoughts between the two? Thanks!ReplyDelete
Hi A. Non,Delete
Yes, I actually have, and LOVE, the Tata Harper Regenerating Cleanser. Here is the link to my review of it: http://www.lolassecretbeautyblog.com/2017/12/tata-harper-luxury-organic-skincare-is.html
They are pretty different since one is a dry powder that lathers, and the other is a non-lathering lotion/cream filled with exfoliating particles. That said, I think that if you are seeking an efficient exfoliating cleanser that gently, but seriously, exfoliates– then I would probably pick the Tata Harper. It definitely has more active ingredients, and its exfoliating particles are more effective and longer lasting than those found in the Rodin cleanser– which dissolve quickly. I really love both of them, and use both all of the time, and because they are so different I felt justified in buying both since they didn't feel like redundant purchases. I hope that helps! Thanks for stopping by!