Light soapy scent won’t bother people sensitive to smells. Great for multiple skin types, including combination skin. Creamy texture is pleasant to cleanse with. Washes away clean and hydrates the skin well.
May not remove all of your make-up.
Cleanses well. Gentle for most and doesn’t leave the face feeling dry. Customers report citrus smell is pleasant. Leaves the skin feeling smooth. Most report that it does a good job of removing make-up.
May be too hydrating for those with oily skin. Squeezing the cleanser out can take some work.
Moisturizes the skin nicely. Treats the face gently and leaves it soft. Those with sensitive skin report no breakouts with this cleanser. No scent, so comfortable for smell-sensitive customers.
Doesn’t do a great job of removing make-up.
Lathers, which may give some a feeling of better cleaning action. Gentle on sensitive skin. Creamy texture feels nice on the face. Lasts a long time. Gives a good cleanse. Effective at removing make-up.
Some customers feel it’s not hydrating enough for those with dry skin.
Most customers find the scent of this cleanser pleasant. Good cleaning action and leaves the skin feeling moisturized and smooth. Lathers up, which some customers prefer. Economical as it’s well priced and lasts a long time.
May not leave those with dry skin feeling sufficiently moisturized.
Hydrating facial cleansers are created to provide a deep down wash that unclogs your pores without stripping your face of its natural oils. This lofty combination of goals requires a unique balance of ingredients and product engineering. Moisturizing ingredients including ceramides and hyaluronic acids are often infused into creamy textures that won’t scratch your skin and instead gently glide between layers to release buildup. Strong enough to remove makeup, however additional products may be needed for a deep cleanse. Some brands focus purely on results whereas others create an experience based on the type of lather to the product’s smell. An effective option for those with normal to dry skin.
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