Elizabeth Dehn for One Love Organics Vitamin B Active Moisture Cleansing Oil & Makeup Remover (review)

The fabulous collaboration between Suzanne LeRoux of One Love Organics, and Elizabeth Dehn of Beauty Bets, first introduced us to their Active Moisture Line with the Active Moisture Eye Balm and Active Moisture Vitamin C Serum, a one product wonder with the moisture level of a serum, face oil and moisturizer in one. The ladies have now done it again with two new incredible additions, the Active Moisture Vitamin B Cleansing Oil and the Active Moisture Vitamin D Active Moisture Time Release Mist.


The Active Moisture Vitamin B Cleansing Oil and Makeup Remover is an ingenious multi-tasker. With all natural and organic ingredients, the Cleansing Oil “lifts away impurities and makeup while restoring skin’s natural oil and pH balance.” A Vitamin B Complex “detoxifies and tones“, while the fruit enzymes of papain “exfoliate and soften the skin.

Cleansing with the Active Moisture Vitamin B Cleanser is like a mini vacation to the warm tropics with its intoxicating scent, reminiscent to me of Pina Colada’s, and with it’s subtle warming sensation on the skin. I massage one pump of the oil to a dry face and neck, taking my time to enjoy the art and ritual of pampering oneself. A luxury that is aided by the incredible texture and aroma of the oil. I then place a warm cloth over my face until it cools and gently wipe away all makeup and dirt. You may as well remove your makeup by wiping away the cleanser with cottan pads, no need to rinse.

The Active Moisture Cleansing Oil and Makeup Remover gently removes all traces of makeup, even the most stubborn waterproof formulas, with incredible ease. Afterwards, my skin is left feeling moisturized, softened, plumped and thoroughly cleansed without any oily residue. The Vitamin B Cleansing Oil is another hit from the Active Moisture Line and another favorite of mine. It does all and does it well. I will certainly be restocking once this bottle runs out and I highly reccomend it!

The Vitamin B Active Moisture Cleansing Oil & Makeup Remover is $38

Available for purchase at oneloveorganics.com and anywhere the Elizabeth Dehn for One Love Organics Active Moisture line is sold.

*Disclosure – This posts contains samples sent to My Lucite Dreams for consideration of review. I do not receive compensation for my reviews. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own and based on my personal experience. All links in post are there strictly available for your convenience.

10 thoughts on “Elizabeth Dehn for One Love Organics Vitamin B Active Moisture Cleansing Oil & Makeup Remover (review)

  1. Hey Taylor, this sounds amazing! I’ve opted for cleansing milks and balms for a while now, but this seems really promising! Just found out there is a .eu site as well! Whee more skincare products to discover!

  2. Thank you Taylor for sharing our cleansing oil. We are thrilled to offer a cleansing oil with the power of papain to brighten and exfoliate. We appreciate you sharing this product with your readers!

    1. It’s my absolute pleasure Suzanne! I simply adore the oil! It’s an pleasure to use and incredibly effective. It has become a staple and a favorite product! Thank you for sharing this with us, I can’t wait to try out your new mist as well!

  3. Yay I love this one too! It’s by far my favorite cleansing oil so far and I love the scent! I’ve been sampling Kari Gran’s recently and am not really a fan – it just makes me miss this one haha. The mist is heavenly as well – I’ve already repurchased!

  4. This is on my list of ‘to buy’ products, Taylor, you can be sure of that! I have two cleansing oils I have to get through first though lol – I’m impatient!

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