Bliss Labs • Quiet Type Cleansing Milk • Cleansers
|Would buy this product again.||37%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Just a very plain water soluble cleanser. Has a nice 'appley' smell. Will not remove makeup and I found on days my face was really dirty or oily I had to apply it twice to get my skin clean. I much prefer Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser; it's much better and cheaper.
Age: Unknown Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I have normal to dry skin, but not really sensitive or anything. I used this cleanser on both dry face and wet face, all I can say is OUCH!!!! OUCH!!! it burns my face! isn't it supposed for sensitive skin?? and my skin is not even sensitive! I am not sure why the burning/stining sensation, but I think it does an ok job on taking off dirt and makeups.. never really tried it on fully made up face anyway. I have tried a couple dozen high/low end cleanser and this is probably the first one to hurt/burn so bad.. definitely not buying it again, but maybe other ppl have better luck then me ^_^
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I purchased this at Marshall's for $5.99. I previously used Neutrogena deep clean. While, the Neutrogena did a great job, the Quiet Type Cleansing Milk left my face feeling fabulous. I am in love with this stuff. I also picked up the Low Fat Cleansing Milk for the summer and the Quiet Type Toner. All of the make-up is removed easily. I felt a pleasant tingle afterward. However you must put it on your face dry (as indicated by the packaging) or it won't remove a thing. (I tried it in the shower and it wasn't very effective.) If used properly for skin that is sensitive this is one of the best products that I have found to date. This stuff is fabulous.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Very Dry Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
This line is a complete waste of your money UNLESS you have genuinely sensitive skin that cannot handle the myriad of chemicals in most products. If that is the case, then this Quiet Type line is terrific. It is the only line I have found that does not irritate my skin. No redness, peeling or stinging. Personally love it.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
Told by my aesthetician that foaming cleansers have been drying out my dry/normal skin I decided to try this milky cleanser. It was expensive at $23, but I liked the pump packaging & size. However, my face did not feel clean, and the overwhelming artificial apple smell made my stomach turn. I prefer the old school phisoderm cleanser, which is cheap, and leaves my face clean feeling.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
The quiet type did not remove my makeup sometimes. I will consider this cleansing milk as an alternative to Boscia smooth cream cleanser.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Other Eyes: Hazel
Cute packaging, lovely subtle apple scent, but it doesn't do a darn thing. I purchased the cleanser, moisturizer, and toner from this line with high hopes. All I got was an empty wallet and a rash! The cleanser is thin and milky. It took quite a few pumps of this stuff to get enough to effectively cleanse my face. It did not remove my makeup completely and all I wear is sheer foundation, powder, mascara, a bit of eye pencil and lip gloss, which I think by most standards is not that much! The worst part is that I had a terrible allergic reaction to it. At first I thought it might be the DDF 10% Glycolic toner I was using at the time, so I stopped using it. Unfortunately, it wasn't the toner at all. It was the BlissLabs skincare! The rash was so bad I had to put hydrocortisone cream on my face constantly to curb the itching and irritation. The price alone makes this stuff a pretty big joke in my opinion. It's $23.00 for an 8.5oz bottle of nothing. Sorry, but this stuff is garbage! The only good thing about this is that it comes in a bottle with a pump. If you want a good cleanser, try Purpose Moisturizing Foaming Cleanser or Kiehl's Gentle Foaming Facial Cleanser. Both are far, FAR superior and cheaper!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This is the first cleanser for sensitive skin that I have tried, and I have to say that my skin redness has been reduced since using it. It also seems to remove all my makeup quite well. My only complaint about it is that it seems to leave a slight sticky film, which is removed when the toner is used afterwards.
As far as my acne, it hasn't aggravated it nor helped it, it is sort of "acne neutral", though I think the accompanying exfoliator has helped my blackheads a bit.
I would be willing to go back to this product when I run out, but I think I will try some samples of other lines beforehand just to make there isn't something better out there.