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Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
This cleanser was so disappointing, if only because it was almost so good. The actual "base" of the cleanser is moisturising, takes off makeup really well and rinses off easily without leaving a film on your face like some other cleansers for dry skin tend to do. The only downside are the exfoliating "grains" which are too large and harsh for dry or sensitive skin. If they made this without the beads in it, I would definitely repurchase.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is nice but nothing special. It has a fresh scent and the exfoliating grains are rather large - I don't find that they really do anything much to my skin. A little goes a long way, which is good - it's rather pricey.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
This is a milky-creamy cleanser with large exfoliating granules, and comes in a clear plastic tube. You apply a little to a damp face then rinse off. It is easy enough to use, and although it doesn't really lather, it emulsifies like a soap or detergent cleanser, so it sticks well to the skin and rinses off easily. The exfoliating granules are too large, scratchy and sparse to do anything much except annoy (and probably block the drainage). It is effective enough at cleansing, though I don't wear foundation or heavy makeup, so I can't comment on that aspect. I have normal/combination skin, and I found it quite drying, so I wouldn't recommend it to the truly dry-skinned. It has a slightly odd smell of lemony lettuce, which is thankfully not too strong. The packaging is by far the best aspect. It stands sturdily on its large flat lid, the hole allows accurate dispensing, and you can see exactly how much is left, and squeeze out the last drop. I gave this a try because it was on sale at 50% off, but I think it's overpriced normally, and wouldn't repurchase at the full price.