Tag: cleanser for dry skin
I have to admit that everything I’ve tried from Eve Lom was incredible (like this lip balm), and this Gel Balm Cleanser was not an exception.
I’ve tried and loved the “original” cleanser from the brand, and decided to get a mini version of this one for all the travelling over Christmas, as it would be very convenient.
Spoiler: I was supposed to use it only while travelling but could not resist using it until it was gone.
First of all, I really love the clean, chic and minimal white and gold packaging. You can tell straight away that it’s a high end product.
And, obviously, I really loved the formula. It feels like I am
I am actually a big fan of Garnier products, it is definitely my favourite brand for very affordable stuff. I was very excited when I first learned about the SkinActive Oil-Infused Micellar Cleansing Water as I have already used up several bottles of the regular micellar water at that point.
I’ve have been using the oil infused one for several weeks now, and it is as good as I’ve hoped it to be. I have very dry ans sensitive skin and I personally find that this version works better for me, I love that it cleanses pretty well, is
I have to admit that I’ve bought Oskia Renaissance Cleansing Gel after seeing non-stop raves about it pretty much everywhere. And I am always in for a nice cleanser, so decided to see if it really is that good.
Yes, it is amazing! It has a peachy-pink colour, lovely rosy scent and a nice texture. I also have to mention the convenient pump and a nice chic minimalistic design.
I personally apply it and massage the skin for several minutes and then wash off (gel turns into milk). It feels heavenly on the skin, moisturising and nourishing but not heavy or greasy. And it
If you are a regular reader, you know that I try to feature a lot of cleansing balms and melting cleansers. I find that these work the best for very dry and sensitive skin. And if you have a similar skin type – hopefully find those posts helpful. Here is the first round-up of such cleansers, and there will be a second one with time.
Today I want to share about the Balance Me Cleanse and Smooth Face Balm, which was featured in my February favourites. And it is definitely one of the best cleansers I have ever used.
Why is it so good?
Since it is oil based (camellia, kukui nut and rosehip oils with cocoa, mango and shea butters, English camomile and red mandarin essential oils) – it doesn’t leave the skin feeling dried out or tight and you don’t get that I-need-to-put-on-a-moisturizer-immediately feeling. In fact, it’s the opposite, the skin is nourished, moisturized, smooth and soft.
This cleanser contains
I have promised a review of Clarins Extra-Comfort Cleansing Cream for Dry and Sensitive Skin for some time already, so here it is finally.
I have dry and sensitive skin, so I want my cleanser to be gentle, yet effective, and this one is exactly that!
This is a cream that you massage in with lifting motions into the skin and then wash off with warm water. So not only you cleanse your face but also massage it, and it’s a huge benefit for the skin, obviously. There is video on a Clarins website, by the way, on how to do it!
This cleanser with Shea Butter, Jojoba Oil and Palm Oil leaves my skin properly clean, smooth and soft. It does not feel dried out, irritated or tight at all! Unfortunately, a lot of cleansers do that…
It is a