It's light on my skin, removes all of my foundation and eye make up. Not bad in price. I've used the cleanser, toner and moisturiser now for about 8/10 weeks and it has really cleared up my spots. I'd recommend the Vitamin E range! Just stick with it for at least 6 weeks, washing your face twice daily with the products. It even calmed down the redness of my scarring!
I could get a litre of sorbolene cream that is quite good at one fifth of what this cream would cost me. So even if I totally love it ill have to say no, I'm not gonna buy it again
I really like how gentle this cleanser is!! It doesn't leave your skin feeling really dry & tight after washing. I used to have a lot of pimples when I was using other cleansers, but when I switched to this my face got better. This does not remove make up very effectively though. I always remove my make up with a remover first, cleanse with this & use a tissue to wipe it off before cleansing my face again & finishing up with a foam wash and toner. I personally feel that the packaging can be better, but it's not horrible either. Slightly expensive, but I always stock up when there is an offer. :)
I have been using this for about 5 years now. I have combination skin.
It cleanses make-up easily, including eye make-up without leaving you with dry and irritated skin. It doesn't cause me to break out and keeps my face balanced. Even when I change the wash occasionally I always seem to go back to it because it just does the trick. It's perfect for combination skin.
The price works out well if you consistently buy it because they always have offers and I will usually buy about three at once and get one half price or whatever the offer is at the time.
Definitely worth a try.
I don't really wear heavy makeup so I don't really know if its able to clean off everything, but its definitely good enough for bb cream + powder and no makeup. I use it when I'm showering at the gym and it has never broken me out. I think this works better if you use it with dry hands on a dry face rather than using it after your face has been wet. I find that it leaves a slight film if I use it wet.. but that could just be me.
I switched to this because I am searching for products not having been tested on animals. I know that TBS is owned by L'Oreal (which does), but I am willing to believe TBS's own claims that it does not test on animals. This cleanser is a pleasant product, probably best suited to people with dry skin. It does not lather. (I never use foaming or lathering cleansers because they make my skin itch.) I use this product under the shower and I enjoy it. It has a mild, baby powder scent. I don't wear foundation so cannot comment on how well this cleanser would remove it, but I expect you would want something with a bit more oomph.
EDIT 3/12/2012: I have used this product to remove makeup and it worked fine. However, I have discovered that The Body Shop's Aloe gentle cleanser is fragrance-free, which I prefer, so when I have used the Vitamin E I am planning to switch to the Aloe.
this is such a nice cleanser. i think dry skin people would like this. it is extra moisturizing. although i wouldnt recommend using this to remove makeup because when i tried it, it felt like a HUGE amount of makeup is stuck on my face, its better if you use makeup remover first then this :)
anyways i love how moisturizing this makes my face feels. i complete it with the vit e toner which is little less moisturizing than this but it kinda balance it out. love it :)
I got this cleanser with its toner and moisturizer in February. This was my first 'skincare routine' ever. Despite that my skin didn't seem to be grateful about it. I have normal skin, rarely breaks out. It had never been taken care of, other than occasional exfoliation (without moisturizer at the end).
The cleanser is gentle, has a milky texture, it doesn't lather. I'm not crazy about it. I don't feel like it's cleaning my skin, cause it leaves a film of grease on my face. Ever since I do this Vitamin E routine, I get more breakouts (maybe it's a higher stress level at work, but maybe it's the routine too. Even if it's not from the routine, the product doesn't help calming my now more frequent acnes).
Will I be repurchasing? It's not special enough. Sorry, Body Shop, "good enough" does not cut it for me.
I wouldn't say its a very powerful cleanser, but it does make my skin feel soft and moisturized after. What I like that its very gentle and so it doesn't make me break out, which I find a lot of drug store cleansers do to me ><
I got this in a "buy a moisturizer, get a facial wash for free" sale. I picked this up with the vitamin E night cream. At the time, I had dry patches on my face and I was desperately looking to get rid of it. I figured the two products paired together would be nice. I'm really glad I picked this up. I used this as my morning and night face wash for a while before I decided to switch again. This is a non-foaming cleanser so if you're used to foaming cleansers, it would take a bit to get used to. Without it foaming, I get the impression that its not doing much cleaning at night, so I switched the tea tree face wash as my nightly wash. I use this in the morning when I know my face isn't as dirty. It feels like a silky moisturizer that you rinse off. And my flakey skin healed after about 2 weeks of using this. It makes my skin feel smooth and supple after washing my face. Would highly recommend it.