This works awesome at removing any and all makeup. Even EL DW and any mascara I have tried since I began using this (about 3 months ago). It doesn't dry out my skin or seem to cause any breakouts. And it's dirt cheap, especially since almost all stores (Wal-Mart, Target, Ulta, Walgreens etc...) carry it and sometimes they have price cuts or coupons. I like the tube better than the pump, but it's nice to have 2 options. Finally a product that is HG that I can foresee staying as HG!
I have acne, and it's been pretty bad. I also have skin so oily, if I blot it out within 10 minutes it's the same as before. I started using this product in the evening to wash off my makeup. I then put lemon juice on my face and keep it until I am ready for bed, when I wash it off and apply Neutrogena oil-free moisturizer and then some acne medicine. In the mornings I do the same thing except with Neutrogena's Pink Grapefruit Exfoliating wash. I have to say that after only a week of this regimen, my skin is looking clearer, brighter, and only has a few spots of acne. The Olay face wash does a GREAT job of removing all of my makeup, and the dirt and oil from my face. It is gentle enough so that it doesn't irritate and inflame my acne. It is definitely not overdrying, leaving my skin feeling super-soft after I use it. I am definitely buying more of this stuff!
I like trying different cleansers. They're cheap and there's tons of them.
PROS: This is nearly identical to my current cleanser, L'Oreal Go 360 (sensitive skin) so the same things apply: removes everything, gentle, foams a lot, not stripping, cheap. Unlike the 360, this one is cheaper and you get slightly more: 200ml vs 178ml. There's also a larger one that has even more product in a tube.
CONS: Ppaque packaging so you can't see inside, tube can't be stood upside down due to the pump.
OTHER: While the Go 360 looks and smells like Elmer's Glue, and this one looks and smells like the CHEAPEST handsoap that you find at nationwide restaurants like Friendlies: it's got the same look (partially clear and opaque), the same feel (quite thick), and the same smell (cheap and horrible). If I didn't know any better, I would think it was handsoap, not facial soap! The consistency of the Olay is also thicker than the 360 but it doesn't look it (cause the Olay is partially clear, whereas the 360 is opaque).
OVERALL: It's cheaper and does the same thing as the 360, so now I have 2 backup cleansers to fall on. Doesn't come with a scrubblet, but since I've moved onto using the Skinsonic, I don't really need one.
UPDATE 1: Ok, this DOES dry out my skin. I suspected it a tiny bit originally but it's more apparent when I use it with my Skinsonic or try to wear makeup. I'd give it a 3.5/5 because of that. Not surprising though. After I apply moisturizer it seems to go away, just the initial pat dry stage after cleansing is pretty dry feeling.
This cleanser is very similar to Neutrogena's Fresh Foaming Cleanser. I like it better due to the non fragrant option. It does a great job. However it isn't so good at removing water proof or water resistant eye and makeup products, so I use a different cleanser for those times.
I am using this now in the winter months and it is not drying on my face, but I wonder how well it will be in the humid summer when my face is oily.
The first time I saw this, I said there was no way that this could get rid of my foundation. Wrong! This removes everything but it is very gentle. The great thing about it is that it does not overdry my skin like a lot of cleansers for oily skin do. My skin has a great glow after using this. I highly recommend this with people with oily skin-
This is a mild detergent cleanser, recommended by Beautypedia for Dry/Very Skin. Unfortunately, it's still too strong for my dry and easily irritated skin, even when I use it only once or twice a week.
This is my staple face wash and I alternate this with Purpose. It's gentle and gets the job done. It's also cheap!
Average at best for my mostly oily skin, but it exacerbates dry patches I didn't know I had. While it doesn't lather much nor has a residue, it doesn't really remove makeup very well. The big turn off for me is that it stings my eyes horribly, no matter how much I tried to avoid it. It's a very runny formula, so that's probably why. Otherwise, it wasn't particularly bad nor particularly great, so I'll be moving on.
I absolutely hate how most cleansers cost a fortune these days. It is very hard to find a tube or bottle of face wash that costs less than $8. After running out of cleanser recently I decided to buy this only because it was the cheapest (around $5 for a tube - the one I got comes in a blue 7oz tube I believe).
I don't like that the opening on the tube is so tiny, you have to squeeze really hard to get product out. It's milky in color and doesn't really have a particular scent. I find that it does not foam very much. I like a cleanser to foam a little bit more so I feel like it's working. Though the instructions state that you only need a small amount, I feel like I need to use twice the recommended amount. This cleanser does not remove eye makeup (non-waterproof) and it also does not remove all makeup off my face. Every time I use it I wipe my face with a towel afterwards and I always get makeup stains.
I think this product is okay for someone who wears very little to no makeup otherwise skip it. Though it is ok for now, I will not repurchase.
I've been using this cleanser for years. I have sensetive dry skin with some rosecea and this hasn't irritated my skin or made it feel too dry. I do have oily t-zone and I don't find it working as well in that area, it just doesn't feel completely clean. I still have yet to find one product that works for both areas. In the meantime, I just use Dove soap on oily t-zone to supplement this cleanser.
Also, I use BE makeup which is waterproof and lot of cleansers do not remove it very well. This one takes everything off. I tried other skincare lines but always end up going back to Sensetive Skin Wash.
I gave it four lippies because its not quite perfect and I really hate the packaging-if you traveling, its very hard to deal with because its a pump. wish it came in a tube