This is only the second milk cleanser that I have ever liked — and to my surprise, I don't just like it, I love it. It leaves my skin clean, soft and hydrated, with no greasy leftover film whatsoever, and that's just rinsing it with cool water, no cotton pads or washcloth.
However, it needs to be said that I'm no fan of foaming washes, either. My skin is formerly super oily. What helped it calm down is when I stopped trying to get rid of the oil: when I started using Akari's Myrtle milk cleanser for oily skin, and jojoba oil as the ONLY other thing. Akari is impossible to source outside of Austria and maybe Germany, so in the 15-20 years since that experiment, I have tried literally dozens of other non-foaming cleansers that claim not to strip skin, whether aimed at oily skin or not. They all either leave my skin stripped or they leave that filmy grossness that turns to grease half an hour later.
So I was very pleasantly surprised by Lait U. It is unscented, which I generally like, and it leaves my skin feeling wonderful. If I don't use anything at all after it, my skin feels fine, neither oily nor dry — and that's a tall order for a cleanser. Whether it removes makeup I don't know, as I always remove mine, if I'm wearing any, with BioDerma's Sensibio H2O micellar water. But I will definitely be buying Lait U again when it runs out.
It turns out that Lait U has a bunch of objectionable ingredients (both EWG and CosDNA agree on that). I'm not compulsive about avoiding problem ingredients; they can earn their keep by offsetting their potential problems with tangible skin benefits, or by being part of an otherwise irreplaceable great product. Unfortunately for Lait U, most of its problem ingredients are just preservatives, and I found that Sukin's Cream Cleanser is just as wonderful, with far fewer problem ingredients (and less problematic ones, at least for my non-acne-prone skin). At 1/4 to 1/3 of the price of Lait U, and with a divine smell to boot, it won me over. Sorry, Lait U.