7 years ago
I have dry-normal, sensitive skin. I hoped this really work to remove my water-resistant, but not waterproof makeup and not leave my skin dehydrated. . This didn't dehydrate my skin and lathers up VERY well - you just need a tiny amount when you wash your face. . What I disliked about this cleanser is that it didn't work to remove my makeup, although it says i should. When I tried it out at first, it looked like all of my makeup was gone. I even used some of the Michael Todd's cranberry toner on a pad and checked if there would be any makeup left on the pad - there wasn't any. However, after using only this cleanser for about 3 weeks to remove the same makeup (a.k.a. "my everyday makeup routine") my skin suddenly began breaking out a lot. Eventually, I saw that I had a lot of clogged pores and acne. My skin got better only when I began using my regular facial scrub (I had switched it out for Michael Todd's Charcoal Scrub), squeezed out the blackheads, began using one of my older 2-in-1-makeup-remover-facial-cleansers and began using Michael Todd's Blue-Green Algae Toner (love it!) again. Verdict: this doesn't remove makeup well. Sourse: all of the clogged pores after I tried to use this instead of my regular cleanser. That you don't see the makeup doesn't mean it's not there. . There are other cheaper and more effective products out - this cleanser isn't something I feel I need. It doesn't fill any function more than being something I can wash my face with in the morning, and for that I like my Nivea Gentle Foam Cleanser better - it's more gentle than the Honey and Oat Cleanser and leaves my skin with no residue.
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SkinSensitive, Fair-Medium, Warm
HairBrunette, Straight, Medium