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DHC’s Deep-Cleansing Oil (a Japanese Drugstore Staple) Is 50 Percent Off Today

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Alert your skin-care group chat: DHC’s impurity-dissolving Deep Cleansing Oil is extremely on sale as part of Ulta’s 21 Days of Beauty event. Usually $29 for a 6.7 oz bottle, it’s now 50 percent off, down to just $15. Even better, Amazon is price-matching the deal, so you’ve got a couple of options for which cart to add it to. (Ulta is offering free shipping for platinum and diamond members as well as Amazon for Prime members.)

We’ve been all about this organic-olive-oil-based cleanser, which can be found in virtually every Japanese drugstore, ever since Rio let us in on its secrets way back in 2018. She promises it removes makeup with ease and happens to be “one of the best products for getting rid of stubborn blackheads.” Dermatologist Dr. Sejal Shah approves of the incredibly gentle (yet effective) cleanser for all skin types, especially because it’s fragrance free and infused with the antioxidant vitamin E. Plus the water-soluble formula makes it supremely easy to rinse off. Even at full price, it’d be worth the splurge: A little goes a long way, and with daily use, the bottle should last around six months.

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This Deep-Cleansing Japanese Drugstore Staple Is Half-Off