Quickly removes makeup. Gel transforms into milk cleanser. Delightful rose scent. Contains no dyes, parabens, or synthetic fragrances. Will not dry out skin. Contains pink kaolin clay.
May leave a little residue after an application.
Rice bran oil base soothes and softens skin. Smooth and creamy application. Rich in Vitamin E, antioxidants, and nourishing fatty acids. No need to rinse off. Inexpensive.
Features cucumber, aloe, and oatmeal for soothing sensitive skin. Its probiotic formula reduces skin irritation while moisturizing. Will not clog pores. Made without common irritants, like mineral oil and alcohol.
Tula’s clean and nourishing ingredients seem to have driven up the price.
Leaves skin feeling moisturized. Made of natural organic ingredients for the environmentally conscious. Apricot scent isn’t overpowering. Good for sensitive skin as it doesn’t leave it feeling dry or raw.
You’ll need another product to take off make-up. Those with oily skin felt it left a greasy feeling.
Grapeseed oil, aloe, and sunflower oil combine to hydrate and cleanse. Rich in Vitamins C, E, and B5. Organic sesame oil soothes and softens skin. Effectively cleans away makeup without drying out skin.
Its worst quality is its fairly high price tag.
Milk-based cleansers utilize natural, emulsifying ingredients found in dairy products including lactic acid. Formulas are subtle in regard to smell and feel. Milk cleansers use ingredients such as lactic acid to effectively cleanse your skin and also help with reducing wrinkles and improving overall skin texture. Milk cleansers can help sooth especially dry skin, leaving it soft and supple rather that overly moisturized. Expect the cleanser’s texture to be creamy, and lather nicely without overdrying. While a milk-based cleanser may not remove all makeup, it’s a mild first step in the event you have a multi-step skin care routine. Is used to heal acne and aid in other spot treatments.
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