I love the scrublet. I feel like I get a light exfoliation on my face daily. It cleans off makeup well. I used the pink formula, but it broke my skin out, so I tried the sensitive skin product and have been really happy with it. I've used it for about 2-3 years and don't plan to find anything different. I have oily skin but occasionally get dry spots near my temples. This product keeps those dry spots away.
I have dry sensitive skin so I bought this because it says it's specifically for sensitive skin. My face started burning and looked like I had a sun burn. Now, an hour later, my face is still red, burning, and really tight just like a bad sunburn.
Been using this for about a year. I use it a few times a week, and always after removing make up. I have really dry, sensitive skin and this product does not make it arid dry afterward like many other face wash. Instead, it leaves my skin feeling smooth and clean. I love the scrublet that is both exfoliating and gentle- feels like a mini massage for my face. I like to apply my Cetaphil afterward. Very reasonably priced and effective. I'm almost done with mine and I will purchase it again!
i have oily sensitive skin with mild constant breakouts. took me about 5 weeks to use up this product.
packaging was good, i liked the sponge.
the cleanser did not irritate my skin
seemed to have removed all makeup (after make up removers)
i would not repurchase bc i saw no difference in my skin. my breakouts were no different
Love this product but mostly for the sponge. I love not using my fingers to clean my face, even if my fingers are "clean" I don't just use the sponge for cleansing, I also use it to put my moisturizer on, which is terrific! I recently been breaking out badly over the break; both my cheeks, chin, jaw, temple and forehead (basically, everywhere!) covered with red spots and medium sized pimples. After a couple days of using this (also drinking tea, exercising and watching what I ate) I was beginning to clear up! The sponge is really worth it. Already bought another bottle and definitely going to repurchase.
By the way the second ingredient in the formula is glycerin, which is very moisturizing. The other bottles all have (sodium or laureth) sulfate as the second ingredient, it's drying!
I had tried the formula for Combination skin (pink one) I think it was about a year back. That product made me break out BIG time and unfortunately the Sensitive skin version did too. I do like the srublet it comes with so I'll keep that but the rest of is going to be used to cleanse my makeup brushes not my face! It has a faint citrus scent and it does take off all my make up (including eye makeup) but I got cystic acne right away after using it. After a week of use my face looked terrible! Just terrible. I am sensitve to breakouts but this was more than the usual so I knew it was this product as it's the only thing I have changed. I'm going to go back to my Mary Kay Timewise for combo skin.
Edit 1.06.13--please if you have super sensitive skin don't buy this. It took two weeks for my skin to recover from the breakouts I got when using this. I still have redness and scarring from the spots. There is somehting in this that I'm allergic to. My skin hates it. I'm done trying L'Oreal skincare.
This is hands down the best drug store cleanser I have found to remove every trace of makeup in one wash, even all of my eye makeup. It's fast and it's cheap. It is drying if I don't use a moisturizer right away afterwards, but I do that anyway regardless.
I've been using this on-off for a few months now. It hasn't caused me to break-out, but at the same time I've been using a salicylic acid toner as well as MUAC's mandelic acid peel so I think those two products make a difference. I find the appearance of this cleanser to be deceptive because it doesn't leave your skin feeling moisturized even though it looks/feels creamy. As with most of my cleansers I leave this on for a minute or two and I usually use a gentle washcloth the wipe it off. I don't care for the little
"cleansing disc" it comes with; I didn't notice a difference when using it. I wouldn't repurchase this product because I don't think it made a difference in my skin; nothing bad happened (knock on wood), but at the same time nothing good happened either.
Phew. What a mistake this was! I needed a cleanser, but didn't want to spend $20 on my usual Clarins, so I gave this a try. I used it twice--on Saturday, and Sunday. After the first wash my skin had a few spots. Today, after the second wash on Sunday, I look like I've been whacked with a meat tenderizer. I'm covered with spots. They aren't pimples, exactly, just spotty. The brush is gentle, and the cleanser is gentle, and non-drying, but they are irritating, just the same.
The trick to using L'Oreal go 360 Clean Deep Facial Cleanser for Sensitive Skin (or, for that matter, any gylcerin-based cleanser) is to leave it on your face for a minute or two before you rinse it off. If you put it on, lather up (with the attached soft scrublet), and then rinse right away, it won't get your face nearly as clean as if you wait 60 to 90 seconds - maybe closer to two minutes if you are using it to remove make-up. With that proviso, I love this cleanser. It rinses clean without residue, but doesn't strip or leave my sensitive face feeling dry or tight, just smooth and comfortable. Some other reviewers have commented on a scent. I usually notice (and avoid) scents in facial products, but I honestly can't detect any particular scent with this cleanser, and the label touts "fragrance free.". Pirated products often have a lot of added perfumes - I wonder if some of the deeply discounted versions of this product mentioned by other reviewers were actually knock offs with added fragrances. In any event, after using this cleanser day in and day out year-round for over a year, this L'oreal product has, in all seasons, worked better for me than other "sensitive" skin cleansers that cost double or triple the price. And I found a six-ounce bottle lasted me through about four months of using it twice a day every day.