Juice Beauty Stem Cellular Cleansing Oil

Juice Beauty Stem Cellular Cleansing Oil Review

I recently planned a grab & go trip to Ulta to stock up on bobby pins and hair clippers, but as usual I ended up spending an hour there and I got out of there with a few extra things. One of them was the Juice Beauty Stem Cellular Cleansing Oil, which I had heard about from some of you lovely folks. I remembered that a few people asked me if I had tried it and I thought it would be a good idea to review it, especially since the Elizabeth Dehn for One Love Organics Cleansing Oil has not arrived in Europe (yet, but hang in there!).

The product’s formula features a few oils (sunflower seed and grapeseed), Vitamin C and E, a proprietary blend of fruit stem cells (apple buds, grape buds & lemon bark), and essential oils of May Chang and Ho Wood. According to Juice Beauty, the plant oils and essential oils are meant to balance the complexion and the vitamins are included to provide antioxidants. The fruit acids are instead supposed to fight free-radical skin damage and firm the skin.

I have been using the product mainly to remove my makeup and occasionally to simply cleanse my skin, in the same way I usually do with the ED4OLO Cleansing Oil. I find that it does a good job at breaking down the makeup and removing all traces of dirt. I was surprised to find out that the oil comes off very easily. While it does not completely dissolve with water like the ED4OLO, it does not require too much effort either and that was something I liked. No extra rubbing needed at all. I cannot say that I saw all of the improvements that were advertised by the company, but then again I did not use it for a long time. However, during my time of use I did like how it left my skin following makeup removal. Well cleansed and moisturized, but not greasy.

Overall, I found the Juice Beauty Cleansing Oil to be effective and reasonably priced for the amount of product, ($32 for 4 oz.). My only problem with it (and the reason why I will not repurchase it) is that I really do not like the smell of it. I looked up some reviews online to see if anyone else had something to say about the scent and apparently I am not the only one who wished that it would smell different. The two things that come to my mind when trying to describe the scent are lemons & medicine (love lemons, but the scent of medicine… not so much). However, a few reviewers wrote that they enjoyed the scent, therefore I would recommend a quick trip to Ulta to give the tester a little sniff. You may be among those who like it and enjoy the product. As for me, I have started my fifth bottle of ED4OLO “tropical paradise” (the best cleansing oil period).

You can find the Juice Beauty Stem Cellular Cleansing Oil at Dermstore and Ulta.

A little side note. Elizabeth Dehn and One Love Organics just launched a Body Oil that smells like the Cleansing Oil. I have not tried it yet, but plan to get some soon because that scent is to die for! Check it out at One Love Organics.

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  • Laura

    Nice one thank you. The olo cleansing oil is set to launch in the eu at the end of the year, so still some time to go!! I am just trialling antonia burrell’s cleansing oil; i am surprised how well it rinses off with no residue, but I also dislike the smell (citrus, cypress, tea tree), her other products are fab though (creme and toner). nude also has a cleansing oil that is not bad (nice smell) but while it emulsifies, it does not rinse off completely.

    • Hi Laura, the Antonia Burrell line looks great, I might have to give it a try! Thanks for the suggestion! :)

  • Nice review miss! was just recently looking at the Juice beauty cleansing oil but went for another cleanser instead. x

    • Thanks love! What did you pick instead? I am curious ;) x

  • This sounds amazing, love the packaging and the ingredients sound great – I really want to try something from Juice Beauty soon, so this is on my wish list now :) x

    • Hi Tania, I haven’t tried many products from Juice Beauty, but this one works really well. Next, I will probably try their CC Cream. I have heard it’s great! :) x

  • Hi lovely Lilly : ) I felt the same way about the scent of Juice Cleansing Oil, and I cannot get past a scent I don’t care for, especially on my face. It does perform well as a cleansing oil, though. I do love my CC and use it every day, highly recommend!

    Do try the OLO body oil. It does smell just like their cleansing oil (which is a truly great product). It’s VERY thick and leaves a glow, definitely apply on very damp skin.

  • It sounds lovely! Though nothing like a bad scent to just ruin the whole experience, too bad.

  • mangomadness

    I love the ingredients of Juice Beauty Stem Cellular Cleansing Oil. It’s be a lovely replacement for my not-so natural/non-toxic cleansing oil. *adds to wishlist*

    Have you tried the Josie Maran Argan Cleansing Oil?

  • I’ve been meaning to try out something from Juice Beauty and their cleansing oil sounds like the great place to start! I’m so wary of cleansing oils now though because the last one I tried broke me out badly! :'( Im praying Juice Beauty wont!

  • I actually like how Juice Beauty Stem Cellular Cleansing Oil smells. My problem was I didn’t use it correctly. Now when I know the trick I totally in love with the product!

    Basically, you have to apply this product on dry skin using the cotton pad and only after that wash your face it. When I started to use the product as directed, I really liked it!

    You can find my reviews on all of the Juice Beauty Stem Cellular line products here: http://stylesprinter.com/review-stem-cellular-line-by-juice-beauty/