|Would buy this product again.||64%|
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
If you want to remove colourstay lipstick or makeup, then this is the product for you! I am also amazed that this is not higher rated! Generally I stick to my Gatineau Melatogenine Foaming Cleanser, but if I want a thorough yet gentle skin clean every now and again, I will use this. I also use it if I have been using heavy eye makeup and need to really get it all off! Fabulous for sensitive skin as it is just so gentle. You can really see the makeup coming off if you use the white makeup removal pads with this product. I initially saw it on YouTube on a tutorial and thought I'd give it a go as it is so cheap. I am extremely fussy about what I will use around my eye area and this is 100% OK. I have just used up an entire bottle of this and need to get another one because it is the only product that properly removes my budge-proof lipstick!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I am up to my second bottle and have not had any problems with it so far. It removes my make-up, it doesn't dry out my skin and it doesn't irritate it. Definite buy.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
LOVE IT! I'm so shocked by how many people had problems with this product. It has literally saved me! I have dreadfully sensitive skin and have tried almost every cleanser - at every price point. This is undoubtedly the best. Not only does it clean my skin brilliantly, but I find it also settles my skin and I love the fresh feeling I get that cream cleansers don't seem to deliver. I have problems with redness and dryness and I find using this after a shower helps relieve my skin after the tightness I feel from my face being splashed with water. My only concern is that this will be one day discontinued and I'll be lost again!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I have slightly sensitive cheeks, otherwise my skin is combination. I already used the whole bottle of this. I think it's great for removing non-waterproof makeup. It removes my hard-to-take-off, non-waterproof Revlon Beyond Natural mascara very well, I just have to soak the cotton pad little bit more and leave it on my eyes for 10 sec or so. Leaves my skin clean and fresh, no oily residue, no dryness, no redness on my cheeks. In the evening I follow up with a scrub, in the morning I clean my face only with this and a splash of warm water.
This does have the same ingredients as Vichy micellar cleanser, maybe the amount of some ingredients is different, not sure about that. However, unlike Vichy, it doesn't contain any perfume.
Obviously, if your skin is very sensitive, you may want to pass on this, but otherwise, I would recommend it for sure.
And the price can't be bet.
I really like it and will continue to buy it.
This has become my HG cleanser, especially for AM when I don't have lots of products/makeup to take off. Panthenol in it is very, very soothing for my Retin A treated skin and the cleanser itself is slightly moisturizing without being sticky. I'm on my 7th or 8th bottle.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I like this for removing mineral makeup and non-waterproof mascara, though I do follow up with cleanser. That way I only have to cleanse once. I don't have to rub with the wipe much at all, it kind of just takes the makeup off. The exception is the eye area; i hold the wipe over my closed eye for a few seconds then *gently* wipe. I have to agree with others that it's not the best eye makeup remover (though u kinda have to wipe a bit with all of them) but for a light makeup its really nice. My face feels soft and hydrated after. NOTE: i have slightly sensitive acneic skin, so the marketing is a bit misleading in that its marketed for those with very sensitive skin.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
It is slightly too drying for sensitive skin and the eye area - a little too harsh, although the label claims that it doubles as a eye make-up remover! (misleading!!)
As a makeup remover for the face it is fine but I still gotta say that it feels slightly strong/harsh on my sensitive skin, and I have to rub a fair bit to get it all off. (the bottle claims that you don't have to rub it though...again misleading!)
3 stars because it is fast and simple to use, has an easy pump dispenser, and does make your face feel cleaner (but a tighter - apply moisturiser afterwards!)
All in all I won't buy again because it is not a very effective makeup remover since it requires an amount of rubbing, is a little too harsh for sensitive skin (so much for the name!), and it can't be used on the eye area (although it claims it can)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Olive Hair: Red Eyes: Brown
Wow... This has such a low rating but I swipe this over my face with a swissper and it wipes off the day. I love it... I find it convenient and the pump works well too,
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
I only brought this cleanse a few hours ago, and already my skin is a mess! My eyes are now all puffy and ive had to dig out the dermaid.......back to jojoba oil, old faithful.....
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I can't believe there are so many bad reviews about this product. I find it gentle and effective actually. As to the rubbing part, the more you saturate your cotton pad, the less you need to rub. I just wipe it around my face the way I usually do with a toner. Wipe twice and all the makeups are gone.
It takes off non-waterproof eye makeup as well. However I do rec a seperate eye-makeup remover for seriously waterproof eyeliners and mascara.
Overally speaking, a nice, easy-to-use, reaonably priced makeup remover for any skintype.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I discovered this product while I was browsing around my local Superdrug. Since it was on sale for half-price, I thought I'd give it a try and I'm glad I did. I've only been using this or less than a week, so it's early days yet, but so far, I've really liked it. I've only used it as a toner to double-cleanse and remove traces of my cleanser and it works well as that. It hasn't irritated my skin or stripped it unlike what other reviewers have experienced. However, it certainly doesn't add moisture back into my skin. I prefer this to the Bioderma Crealine as it doesn't leave my skin sticky like Crealine does. Unless something goes wrong and my skin starts reacting badly to it, I'll definitely repurchase. It's easy to get a hold of and it's inexpensive.
Only 3 lippies because I don't think it actually removes makeup and it isn't sensitive-skin friendly.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Black
Reading the reviews for this product, I'm guessing this really isn't made for truly sensitive skin! I tried this because I was looking for a makeup remover, and even though I don't have sensitive skin, I do have reactive skin. I tried this and found it quite good.
I agree with the other reviewers about rubbing the skin. You do need to rub a little to get the makeup off! But I really found that it worked well. I apply this at night to remove my makeup, but I always double cleanse anyway. After Iíve removed my makeup, I use my normal cream cleanser to gently cleanse and message my face and afterwards I remove it with my micro fibre face cloth. The result is clean and soft skin! But again, if you have very sensitive skin, then I would recommend you read the other reviews for this product! I donít have sensitive skin and perhaps this is better for skin types like mine (combination).
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Fine Eyes: Green
Oops. Not a good idea.
This is a micellar cleanser from Garnier's Clean Sensitive range. It looked like a good idea, and was on special offer n my local supermarket, and I'd seen that the ingredients were the same as those in the micellar cleansers from La Roche-Posay and Vichy - unsuprising, as same parent company.
The intention was to use this in the evening to remove the day's grime and sunscreen (and a very little make-up: basically just blush, I do eyes separately). Now, this stuff is supposedly fragrance-free and for sensitive skin (and that's written many times on the bottle, including in this blooming stuff's name on the front). Yet it smelled weird and unpleasant, and started to irritate my skin on contact. I had to wash it off a.s.a.p. It took the next day or so for the irritation to go down (thank you Avene for your help here).
This is really strongly NOT RECOMMENDED for anyone with sensitive skin - or indeed most other skin. I suspect it might be harmful to thick-skinned armoured beasts like rhinos. I hesitated to get rid of it down the sink - after all, one doesn't pour caustic chemicals like white spirit into one's public water and sewage system; so it's currently awaiting our next trip to the hazardous-waste recycling facility. (That sounds worse than it is - here in Ireland, batteries and electric goods and so on go there to die.)
I can, however, recommend plain oil for removing sunscreen and make-up, followed by a basic cleanser such as cold cream, aqueous cream, or emulsifying ointment (like aqueous cream but minus the preservatives). Both of these used with water. If your skin's fussy about water, there are the options of mineral, distilled, or (for old-skool cheapskates like me) filtered then boiled then cooled.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
Horrendous. I don't know what Garner class as 'sensitive skin' but when I want paint stripper, I'll go to my local DIY hardware store, thank you. It took my mineral makeup off (eventually, and yes, rubbing WAS needed despite the blurb on the back of the bottle) but it also removed about 6 layers of skin as well. My face looked badly sunburned within minutes, INCREDIBLY tight (anti-tightness?!?!?) very hot and really quite painful - even aloe vera gel couldn't calm it! . It also took alot of the water to remove just patches of makeup so it's not even value for money. It says 'alcohol free, non-perfumed' but it smells like cheap nail varnish remover. INGREDIENTS: water, hexylene glycol, glycerin, poloxamer 184, panthenol, rosa gallica, dihydrocholeth-30, disodium cocoamphodiacetate, propylene glycol, disodium EDTA, polyaminopropyl biguanide.
It comes in a pump bottle and cost £4.99 but personally I wouldn't use it to clean my drains for fear of corrosion.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
It's supposed to remove makeup without rubbing - I haven't managed to use this without rubbing, especially to get mascara off. It does remove makeup but it leaves a sticky feeling to my skin, I have to rinse my face with plain water afterwards otherwise I don't feel like I've cleaned my skin properly. I haven't had a reaction to it so at least it is good for sensitive skin in that sense, but it makes my eyes sting like the dickens! I do like the pump bottle it comes in and that's about it. I'll use it until it runs out (and use an eye makeup remover instead of this) but won't repurchase.