Step 1: Cleanse
To help you with step one of the Korean skin care ritual, Jane and the Julep team designed the Bare Face Cleansing Oil ($28). It gently removes makeup, without leaving an oily residue. "Americans have been far too afraid of oils for too long!" she said. "So many products tout 'oil-free,' making oil out to be the enemy, when it's not." To make oil work for many skin types, Julep uses more lightweight versions, such as the rosehip seed oil. Plus, cleaning oils are actually one of the best ways to carry heavier oils (like the type your body produces) off of your face.
Having tried Bare Face myself, I can attest to its lightweight quality, and one of the coolest parts is mixing it with water. Yes, it actually blends — it doesn't separate or sit on top like other oils do, proving that oils don't have to be heavy.