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KUMANO COSME Pharmaact Deep Cleansing Oil Review

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I’ve been so focused on Korean skincare that I completely missed out on Japanese treasures! I am trying to remedy that. One of my recent favorite finds is Kumano Cosme Pharmaact Deep Cleansing Oil. It’s available on YesStyle (use reward code KBHOBBIT to save extra), and you can also order a refill pack to reduce the plastic waste later. Watch my unboxing video here.


Pharmaact Deep Cleansing oil promises to remove dirt and makeup. The marketing materials say it could be used on a wet face with wet hands, but I prefer the more traditional cleansing oil application (on dry face).

How to use:

  • Apply to the face with clean hands

  • Massage to dissolve makeup and sunscreen

  • Add water and massage a little more

  • Rinse

  • Follow with a foaming cleanser and the rest of your routine


The texture is thicker than any other cleansing oils I’ve tried, but I love it - it’s still easy to spread. The scent is quite strong and reminds me of gummy bears or some kind of gummy candy. It’s not overpowering and doesn’t linger, I happen to love it. If you prefer mildly scented or fragrance free products, skip this one.


My impressions

I adore this oil. It works amazingly well, doesn’t irritate my eyes (but removes eye makeup completely), and the texture is the best. I will definitely be repurchasing (probably a refill pack) in the future. I still have about half of the bottle left and reach for it all the time.


I could rave about this oil for days, but the final message is quite simple - it cleanses well, is a pleasure to use, and the price is just right.


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KUMANO COSME - Pharmaact Deep Cleansing Oil ingredients: Mineral oil, PEG-8 glyceryl isostearate, water, glycerin, dimethicone, citric acid, jojoba oil, squalane, ethyl paraben, perfume



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