dis be get da imperfactors an mah makeups off mah face
I loooooove this cleansing milk. It takes of all of my makeup easily and I love the scent. It gives you the real 'clean' feeling that you want afterwards. I also use the foaming cleanser, but some days I prefer this milk. I love it! I've to say that I find this milk a little expensive (I paid 40 euros), but it is defenitely worth the money. I used to use Garnier, Clarins and Philosophy cleansing products, but nothing beats Chanel.
I just bought this cleansing milk yesterday as I could not get my usual Vichy one - I love the fragrance (as opposed to many many others) and the packaging! Looks quite pretty there on my sink :)
The consistency of this cleanser is very nice and creamy and it's a dream to apply on the face - you can use it with and without water, which i think is a great thing! I used it last night and this morning, removing it with a cotton pad. after that i applied the little rest i still had on my hands and then rinsed my face with water - my skin was really clean and balanced, i.e. not dried out or anything.
I have combination/oily skin and have noticed that using skin care products for this skin type have only made my oilies and skin get worse - much worse! after switching to a cleansing milk instead of a daily exfoliant or cleansing gel my skin has improved so much!
so thats why I decided to choose the cleansing milk from the 'douceur' series instead of the one for combo/oily skin.
I'm looking forward to using this up and I might edit this review after a long-term test phase. Until then, I'm giving 4 lippies to this :)
I can't believe i'm the first person to write a review on this! I've been using it as my HG cleanser and makeup remover for years and years! I started using it after i couldn't get my Nina Ricci mild milky cleanser anymore and was looking for a substitute. This is really fab, it cleared-up my skin, makes it look radiant, bright and fresh without feeling tight. I find most cleansers designed for my skin type (combination to oily) are too gel like, and i think the popular 'lait confort' version of this would be too creamy as its designed for normal to dry skin. So this is the best for me! And i still love it.