|Would buy this product again.||66%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Unfortunately, I'm not impressed. Truth be told I'm quite lazy when it comes to cleansing and makeup removal, so, while I never ever skip it, I do like products that do the trick easily and thoroughly without needing me to rub aggressively. My skin can also be quite sensitive, so all the more reason to look for products that require minimal pressure on the skin and eyes to work.
This lotion is not it. It takes a ton of cotton buds and effort and rubbing and I'm just not up for that. Also, no matter how much I try, traces of makeup always seem to stay behind. Last but not least, I suspect it contributes to clogged pores for me.
I don't see why pick this over tons of other similar products out there, many of which are cheaper as well.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I use this as a makeup remover before I use my Dark Angels Cleanser and I really like it. I would never use it alone as a cleanser since it doesn't clean my skin, but it removes makeup amazingly well which my dark angels cannot do. I only use it at night or when I need to take my makeup off. I really like it, works better than any other makeup remover I have tried and it does NOT break me out.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
In the search for a new cleanser, I was eyeing this Korres cleanser for a long time.
Although I couldnīt tolerate the wild rose cream from Korres, my face just loves the yoghurt sunscreen.
So, it was a risk to buy this cleanser, but I found it for 40 % off as it was going out of stock. I paid 14 Euros for it.
My skin is super-hyper-sensitive and I need the most gentle cleansers available. I used Cetaphil for years and am now changing my cleanser, because the SLS dries out my skin. The Eucerin re-balance I recently discovered and fell in love with is good for washing the face in the morning, but in the evening, I would like to have oils in my cleanser to break down the sunscreen.
The cleanser is a milky cleanser, white and semi-liquid. Mine didnīt smell like there was perfume in it.
I normally wear sunscreen spf 50 and a light foundation.
My usual routine is first getting most of the make-up off with thermal water and a cotton pad (my eyes are cleansed separately with Bioderma), then applying the cleanser on my face and massage it in. I rinse it with water, because I prefer it this way.
It leaves my face supersoft, moisturized and protected, which might give the impression, that the skin is not clean.
Anyone who likes squeaky-clean skin will not love this cleanser.
But for my skin, I definitely love the clean and at the same time soft feeling.
Having tried tons of cleansers for dry and sensitive skin from high-end and pharmay brands, this is one of the best I found over the years.
The oils in it are not comedogenic, so donīt be afraid if you are acne-prone.
I give this 4 lippies, for the Eucerin is even more gentle and more protecting, but I still recommend this for dry skin, sensitive skin or anyone who likes gentle cleansers, that donīt strip the skin.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Very Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Hazel
This product is so gentle on my dry skin; after using this to get my makeup off, my face does not dry out immediatley like it does with other cleasers. Also this product smells good too, but not heavily fragranced at all. I definatley recommend for those with dry skin!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight Eyes: Hazel
This is a very gentle milk cleanser. I've been using this for years (maybe 4 or 5). It doesn't dry my skin out or disturb the natural balance of my skin. I'd describe my skin as normal to dry on my cheeks and normal to oily in my T-zone.
This will not fully remove your makeup. I used to only wear tinted moisturizer, and this did the trick for that. But if I'm wearing foundation, I first remove it with a cleansing water, then use this after to cleanse my skin and remove any last traces of makeup. I rinse it off with water, but it can also be tissued off.
It's fairly reasonably priced - in the UK I believe it's Ģ12-14 retail. I use it quite liberally on my face and neck, and one bottle lasts me about 6-7 months (I do only use it at night though, I only splash my face with water in the morning).
I like that it's unscented, and I like the ingredients.
The only thing I don't like about it is the lid. It's a screw top with a narrow base. But the rest of the packaging is good - there's a little pinhole in the top, and you squeeze out the amount you want. You can control how much comes out.
Just a note - if you're used to cleaning your face with soap and getting that "squeaky clean" feeling, this won't give you that, as it uses vegetable oils to clean your face ("like dissolves like"). Don't worry though, it has done it's cleansing job, and left your natural skin barriers intact.
Bottom line: good, gentle, non-irritating skin cleanser - does it's job, good ingredients
Update: It seems to have been reformulated. Performs about the same. Differences: has a strong smell to it now, stings my eyes now.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I love how this smells, but it doesn't really take all of my makeup off (especially when the Sephora consultant said it would take *everything* off, including my mineral makeup) and seems to clog my pores. I still have to use an oil cleanser beforehand and it doesn't seem better than anything else I've tried, so after I finish my sample, I will continue using my Mario Badescu Enzyme Cleansing Gel.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Brown
HORRIBLE. I do not have sensitive skin but this product made my face turn blotchy red within minutes of using it. Also, I left my face feeling like there is a film on it...gross! I absolutely hate this product.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I hated this cleanser...and will not repurchase this again. I had a horrible allergic reaction to this cleanser... as I later found out that it had a nut oil in it.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
This is a milky cleanser, with a very mild yoghurt type of scent, that spreads easily on your skin and massages in to leave it clean and fresh...
Sadly, it also burnt my skin after a few uses, so I had to discontinue use. It might be that my skin is used to oil cleansing, and so reacts badly to anything not 100% natural or just some ingredient in this that does not agree with my skin...don't know. I don't usually have adverse reactions to things. So, because of that, I only give this product a three. I liked everything about it as a morning cleanser, save the burning.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Medium Eyes: Green
I really like this cleanser...I have to wet my face before I apply it or else it stings for some reason...This seems to cleanse my face without stripping it and leaves it calm and hydrated.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
After trying a sample packet, I purchased the Korres 3-in-1 Milk Proteins Emulsion to use with my Clarisonic Mia. Unfortunately, after using it for a month or so, the pores on the sides of my nose started to clog - definitely the start of blackheads which I worked so hard to clear out.
This gentle, unscented creamy cleanser does not remove my eye makeup like it claims so I'll just use it to remove foundation and sunscreen before real cleansing. I don't care for the bottle and cap either. After I run out, I won't repurchase.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Black, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Brown
It's nice, it's gentle, it cleans the face, but it doesn't remove a stitch of eye-makeup. Thumbs down.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I have tried many milky cleansers and most of them do not remove makeup unless you wipe off with a cotton ball or towel. This one actually removes makeup if you use it like a normal cleanser, meaning washing off excess with water. However, it takes maybe a second washing for tough waterproof mascaras. I love that this product is unscented and all natural. It is soothing, moisturizing and feels like it cleanses the skin. I do have to go over the face with rosewater toner afterward to really get any excess off. One complaint I have is the screw-on cap/lid. Korres needs to redo this packaging and make a more convenient cap that does not require the lid to fit perfectly or it screws on crooked. Just a tad annoying for something that is used so often.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
Oh how I loved this when I first started using it. I would always remove my makeup with baby oil, then rinse with water, then dry it up with a towel and then apply this for my second and final round of cleansing. Now it says in the instructions you're supposed to apply this on your skin and then either remove the excess with a cotton ball or rinse it off. I always went for the second option cause I just can't deal with the thought of "stuff" residue on my skin. Having dry skin, I was prepared to see it get drier yet, since I would rinse it with water. Alas, I was mistaken. This product was so gentle on my skin, it actually left a sort of protective moisture film on it, locking in a bit of hydration - basically not stripping it from its natural oils (however few). I was so impressed. For the first time in my dry-skinned life I could actually put water on my face (rinsing this off) before going to bed and not have to suffer for it. Therefore it is extremely soft and non-invasive, and it will leave your skin reasonably smooth even if it's naturally dry. It's also very lighweight and scent-less, so I imagine it would work great on sensitive skin as well. The only thing wrong with it was, after a week of daily use, I got allergic to it. The rash I got from it was nothing grave but it made my skin bumpy and hard and it also spread all over my neck and chest, causing me to scratch endlessly. Soon as I stopped using it, it was gone after 3-4 days. Such a shame. I'd recommend you try it out though, I doubt you'll get an allergic reaction to it - that stuff happens once in a blue moon, and it had to happen to me! Wouldn't repurchase solely for that reason.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
i haven't been using this long, but i like it so far! i use a cleansing oil first, then this....and the results have been great. my skin is softer than when i just used the oil cleanser.
i do use this in the a.m also....my skin seems less oily in the daytime. i also use korres thyme honey cream and love it as well!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This is a perfect lotion face wash. I put it on dry skin, smear it around and rinse. Mysteriously, it takes everything off. Causes no new problems. I found Caudalie and Dermalogica lotion cleansers irritating over time (and much more expensive!). Origins' cream cleanser is non-irritating but too rich and it caused zits. This one is the best of the four. I do wish it had a pump and came in a much larger container.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
I love this cleanser. It does a good job of removing my eye makeup but I struggle a little with my Chanel waterproof pencils. So, I use a bit of cleaning water by Caudalie which I also bought at Sephora. This natural product does a great job of loosening tough eye makeup. After this the cleanser works lke a dream and my skin loves it. I wish it had a pump though...
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Hazel
This is an ok, mild and gentle cleansing milk. I first splash my face with lukewarm water to already losen a bit the eye makeup, and then massage the cleansing milk on my entire face, focusing on the eyes as there is most makeup. Then I swipe my eyes and face with moistened cottonpads. That method gets everything halfway clean, but to really remove every last bit of makeup, I have to cleanse a second time with a little bit of a mild foaming cleanser, also because I have the feeling that this cleansing milk leaves kind of a film behind. It is ok, but I havenīt noticed any better moisturizing abilities than with other cleansers or other benefits. I wonīt buy again because Iīm not really impressed, especially not for the price.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Brunette, Straight Eyes: Blue
The cleanser does not remove my eye makeup, at all. It smears my mascara all over the place, making it harder to remove than it would've been. It does remove other makeup such as foundation or lipstick. If it didn't claim to remove eye makeup, I wouldn't care, but it does! The packaging makes it difficult to get the right amount. I often end up with more than I want, which ends up wasting the product. Once you stop thinking it'll remove your mascara a little goes a very long way. It leaves my face feeling clean and soft - my skin doesn't feel tight or sore. It's a perfect base for a moisturiser. My skin has stopped flaking, is less red and my pores are even smaller.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
this product doesn't lather, doesn't remove makeup, doesn't moisturize, basically doesn't do anything for my skin.
i wanted something moisturizing for my skin that would last all day and not make my skin oily, so the associate recommended this to me. i could get past the fact that it didn't lather - fine, but the fact that it doesn't remove makeup which is supposed to be part of the 3-in-1 magic of this product is annoying to me. rather than take the makeup off, it just gives me big raccoon eyes. i also don't think it moisturizes any more than any other cleanser i've tried.
the packaging is okay, but nothing special. the consistency of this product is very nice, and i will say that it is gentle on my skin, but there are definately more cons than pros so i will not repurchase.