New products make me happy. Especially when those new products just happen to be in the health and beauty aisle of Trader Joe’s. This week Trader Joe’s hit us with not one, but two new items: this cleansing oil and a Cucumber and Citrus Face and Body Wipes. Since my skin needs a bit of hydrating this far into winter, I decided to start with the cleansing oil.
If you suffer from dry skin or winter dry skin a moisturizing product has quite a bit of appeal this time of year. Moisturizer is a priority if not body butter and lotion.
So if I can at least feel less itchy and dry after a hot shower, then I’ll happily embrace any product that can help get that done.
Now, the packaging of Trader Joe’s Cleansing Oil is nothing fancy. It will literally blend into the rest of the products on the shelf, especially the Jojoba Oil. And what the packaging lacks in prettiness, it makes up for in performance.
This is quite different from say Trader Joe’s Ultra Hydrating Gel Moisturizer. It makes the promise of being ultra-moisturizing. This is labeled as more of a nourish with the fine print of “luxuriously smooth and moisturizing.”
For those of you who aren’t into fragrances, this is quite muted even to my sensitive nose. There is a subtle fragrance but nothing that stands out or makes you feel like you are sniffing almond-scented furniture polish either.
Nope, this is a muted almond fragrance at most. And a really unique shower experience.
The oil that hits your skin or hands turns to a white soapy substance that rinses off nicely. While you are in the shower your body feels really nice.
After a good towel drying, you’ll still feel hydrated but not oily. I think the best way to describe this is balanced.
The dry spots were banished, but I didn’t feel as oily as I do after using Trader Joe’s Lavander Salt Scrub. Would I maybe still want to use some lotion afterward? Perhaps, but maybe only every other evening.
However, just be mindful after using this, you’ll want to make sure to rinse your shower out well as any residue of this product will leave behind a slick surface.
For $6.99 this isn’t the cheapest product on shelves, but a little goes a long way here too. However, if you are allergic to nuts I’d skip this one.
Would I buy this again? Trader Joe’s Cleansing Oil gets a yes from me. This is a really nice addition to an ever-expanding health and beauty aisle that has some real sleeper hits to it.
Did you try it? Let me know what you think in the comments section!
Here is the visual rundown of what you get if you buy this product:
The ingredients and how to use Trader Joe’s Cleansing Oil:
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Trader Joe's Cleansing Oil
Product Name: Trader Joe's Cleansing Oil
Product Description: Trader Joe's Cleansing Oil is a new health and beauty aisle product.
Trader Joe’s Cleansing Oil is a new item in the health and beauty aisle
- Worthy of Repurchasing
- Skin feels good after a shower
- Light fragrance
- Interesting experience where oil turns into a soapy white foam.
- If you have a nut allergy, this product is not for you.
- My skin wasn’t as hydrated as it would be had I put on oil after the shower, however my skin was left nicely balanced.