I like this cleanser a lot. I double-cleanse sometimes using this product and I actually find that it removes makeup pretty well for something that does not necessarily claim to be a makeup removing cleanser. It is good on my dry, sensitive skin that is still prone to the occasional (usually hormonal or stress-related) breakout. The antioxidants will boost the skin, make it less sensitive and even clearer and not as susceptible to the effects of environmental damage, product usage, or the signs of aging long term. And the white tea and fruit extract smell, totally naturally-derived, is Heavenly in my opinion.
I just don't like the squeeze tube packaging. The formula, though very creamy is very thin and is often runny and I end up squirting out more than I intend and end up wasting the product somewhat in this way I think.
I would likely buy this again, though as they have all but completely discontinued my beloved Bare Escentuals Purifying Facial cleanser that they are supposedly going to revamp, but i find revamps of products rarely agree with me as well as the originals do for whatever reason.
I want to try the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish next though, which does have a pump, while I have some of this still and some of my regular Bareminerals Purifying Facial Cleanser in back-ups just in case I suffer any ill effects from the Liz Earle. I always do this when trying new skincare, especially new cleansers, so I'll always have a reliable thing to fall back on to recover any losses or repair any damage and then to use while I keep hunting for a replacement or something better to use in place of what is being discontinued,
UPDATE: I have to not recommend this now for my skin type. Though very creamy in texture when you first squeeze it from the tube and very silky when applied to the face, it ultimately dried and stripped my skin. I was rather surprised to learn, actually, that sodium laurel sulfate is the third ingriedent (active) listed on the product. Usually products chock full of natural ingredients or that like to have the appearance of being very posh and healthy (even if the company never claims to be organic or natural or something like that), steer clear of the sulfates, even the cheaper brands that still go on the more natural or natural ingredient leaning mission. Anything with sulfates used and my skin reddens. I cannot use this anymore, but will use the tube I have as a hand soap, as I adore the smell. It is the apricot/peach smell that Origins has in some of their products (like the Drink Up Intensive Hydration Mask, which I love) mixed with the white tea and damask rose oil that are also found and active in this product and presumably more of if not all of the rest of the offerings from the "A Perfect World" line. This cleanser also stings and dries the eye area as it struggles to try to remove eye makeup, which was a minus to this product from the beginning (even though it doesn't claim to remove makeup, it never hurts to try)
I am sorry I cannot use this anymore and have to post such a negative review now,