40/Sometimes dry & dehydrated/No acne or other issues
Lush products have mostly been a miss for me, but I LOVE Ultrabland. The versatility and the effectiveness have actually blown me away.
I already single cleanse with oil, so I'm familiar with the method. And as a cleanser, Ultrabland isn't my first choice. There's always a film left behind with single cleansing with an oil, but the film left behind by Ultrabland is too much for me to use it daily. I don't need to moisturize after cleansing with it, which is nice, so I use it to cleanse whenever my skin needs a little extra.
I use some harsh actives, and have professional peels, so my skin requires some extra moisture here and there, and an Ultrabland cleanse is great for that. As with other oils, I massage and remove with a warm/wet cloth. My skin is left soft, dewy and never tight or crinkly. If you have mature, sensitive, dry or dehydrated skin without acne, I definitely recommend getting a pot of this. Even if you double cleanse it's a great first step.
Where it really shines for me is as a moisturizer and skin soother. I normally use a rich cream (La Mer) on the nights when my skin needs it, as a last step after my tretinoin or Exfoderm Forte. I need lots of help with overnight water loss; my skin really can show it's age in the morning. This is a perfect fix, and is especially effective as an eye cream. My skin is softer, smoother, less crinkly and crepey, and overall just more beautiful since I added this to my routine. I have been looking since 2015 for a replacement for La Mer because the price is crazy for what it really is, which is a soothing barrier cream. I have FINALLY found it in Ultrabland. I use it after peels, on my red, flaking, irritated skin and it's so soothing, I use it as an overnight lip treatment, I use it on my cuticles, on my son's eczema, I use it after waxing, and I love it for all of these things.
I can't imagine not using it.
The one downside is the packaging - I wish it came in a tube.