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on 2/23/2019 1:07:00 AM
More reviews by Makeupbyvandijk
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm
Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium
The Clinique take off the day cleansing balm is a balm that can take off any beauty related makeup looks, doesn’t matter if it’s only for a daily makeup look or more of a special event look. I have to admit that I wasn’t really excited to give it a go because I thought that the balm would be very oily/greasy and that’s something I really don’t like on my skin. Pros:- It removes the makeup quickly- Fragrance-free- For all skin types- Easy to remove with waterCons:- Messy- A bit more expensiveIt depends on if you are willing to pay more for a cleansing balm or not. I personally like it a lot, but I would recommend being over a sink when you’re doing it since it can get messy!Also, it’s so easy to remove with water, and for some reason, it isn’t really oily, if you have the balm on your fingers and your warming it up between your hands then it melts into a liquid, and it’s easy to spread out on your face.It leaves my face moisturized and soft, and it doesn’t try out my face which I enjoy!
on 2/21/2019 5:26:00 PM
More reviews by lamisa1
Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Black, Other, Other
I never bought this stuff,i got a sample of this,i used it,its good but its too pricey,i cant afford it like everyone else,so i will never buy it
on 2/18/2019 4:14:00 PM
More reviews by AcaciaTree
Skin: Dry, Medium Brown, Neutral
Hair: Black, Curly, Medium
This is a good cleansing balm for sure - it removes a full face with no problem and does good job with waterproof eyeliner and mascara without too much rubbing. There are two reasons why I can't give it five stars though - the first is that it's just not quiiiite as good as the Dermalogica Precleanse balm, which really breaks down waterproof mascara like it's nothing, and the second is that the packaging is mad annoying. With balms I like to get a little on my hands and rub off my face makeup, then go back in for a bit more and get my eye makeup. Because this is in a tub you have to wash your hands before going back in to get that second bit or you'll contaminate the contents of the tub with your dirty fingers and it's just annoying. That might sound like a small thing to some, but it compared to the handy, hygienic squeezy tube that the Dermalogica comes in it's a real con for me. Having said that, the value for money on this is phenomenal; it's only £24 and lasted me 6 months having used it almost every day. Compared to the £44 price tag of the Dermalogica, which lasts me only 2 months, this really is a worth it.
2 of 2 people found this helpful.
on 2/16/2019 4:08:00 AM
More reviews by chris5438
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
Expensive product but it works.On first glance,it is a solidified white wax like consistency but when you put it on your hands it melts and transforms into an oil.It melts everything even waterproof mascara though you do need to massage it in the skin for a longer time when you have foundation on so it removes all traces of it.It'd be advisable if after using this balm,you thoroughly cleanse your face with a facial wash AND use a toner after to make sure you have removed every last trace of makeup left.Packaging is fine,not very hygienic though as you have to put your fingers in to get the product out unless you use a small spatula.Ideally I'd prefer it if it was in a liquid formula with a pump for more hygienic reasons.
on 2/8/2019 2:44:00 AM
More reviews by inne
Skin: Other, Other, Not Sure
Hair: Other, Other, Other
Takes off all my make-up without any irritation. I do use a cleanser afterward to get all the balm off.
3 of 4 people found this helpful.
on 1/30/2019 12:52:00 PM
More reviews by CucumberRevenge
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Not Sure
Very good at cleaning the skin. Nothing is left. However it was *extremely* drying on my dry sensitive skin. It didn’t cause any immediate irritation however. I don’t know if this would cause me to breakout or give me clogged pores as I have only used it 4 times. It is probably one of the most drying cleansers I have ever tried.I had the same reaction with Clinique Take the day off cleansing oil, so maybe my skin just doesn’t do well with cleansing oils and balms. I will go back to using Bioderma Sensibio H20 micellar water which although it takes longer to clean the skin and not quite as gentle as this (but still fairly gentle) it isn’t drying.I will not repurchase this, but I’m glad that I tried it.
on 1/25/2019 8:15:00 PM
More reviews by didi83
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Curly, Coarse
Meh... not sure how I feel about this product... I was never into double cleansing, but I figured I would just give this balm a try! I find that I have to rub quite a bit in order to get my mascara off with this... if I use too little, it doesn’t feel comfortable and doesn’t remove makeup well, and if I use a decent amount in order for it to work properly, my vision gets foggy...I don’t hate it but don’t love either. Don’t think I’ll be repurchasing this one!
on 1/23/2019 3:42:00 PM
More reviews by BeautyAddict62
Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium
Clinique 'Take the Day Off' cleansing balm is brilliant if you want a unscented and fuss-free cleanser. It comes in solid form that melts into an oil with the heat of your hands. I enjoy giving myself a lil facial massage whilst using this :)I use this as my first step if I'm double cleansing after wearing heavier makeup or feeling congested. I personally always like to follow up with a 2nd cleanser. It removes all my facial makeup perfectly with a muslin cloth. I took a lippie off as this doesn't work as an eye makeup remover for me, I have to scrub pretty hard to get mascara off plus it makes my eyes blurry AF. I’m also not a fan of pot or tub style products for hygiene reasons. Overall, if you want a fragrance-free, non-comedogenic and basic-no frills cleansing balm, I highly recommend.
3 of 3 people found this helpful.
on 12/5/2018 3:46:00 AM
More reviews by jessitanner
Skin: Other, Fair, Not Sure
Pros- melts nicely- rinses off wellCons- doesn't last me very long- expensive for the amount you get and how long it lasts- not significantly better than good old coconut oil, although it is nice to switch it up a bitOverall- nice indulgence but not worth it. Prefer farmacy cleansing balm (which is unfortunately more expensive and less product) and coconut or other oil to this one. - worth trying since its not bad if you're interested in cleansing balms**EDITIm debating repurchasing because it because Ive grown accustomed to it in the process of using up the jar i initially bought. ..DUPE ALERTI've heard the Body Shop Chamomile cleanser is a much cheaper dupe to this one. Havent tried it yet but I probably will
4 of 4 people found this helpful.
on 12/5/2018 1:21:00 AM
More reviews by TBonita
Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool
Hair: Other, Straight, Fine
I’ve always known to double cleanse, years before Micellar Water and stuff was invented. Intuitive!!!! It just makes sense if wearing all this crap (not even eye — face: spf is hard to remove, add some maybe long wear foundation/concealer to that, and your hopefully mild pH balanced cleanser ain’t gonna get the job done). My actual first time w using an oil was some 8-ish years ago I don’t even know if still exists — it was a cleansing oil by Nude. So then I tried everything from wipes (irritating & drying) to balms to reg oils to designated cleansing oils to the micellar waters (bleh I needs me some grease). I like a balm or oil cuz I have dry skin and I like how it breaks down ALLLL. Anyways I used Clinique >20 years ago... I just started to enjoy some (very limited admittedly) products again at 39 and this is #1 of those — dare I say it’s my abso fave HG first cleanse?! After allllll I’ve tried which is like literary every single one?! Idk what it is... I love it so so much. I love the look of it, reaching into jar, scooping the stuff out (ESPECIALLY a brand new one! Up there w breaking a creme brûlée!) and emulsifying the balm to a thick oil that takes. Off. EVERYTHING!!! It never ever burns me, even if I’ve been overzealous with acid exfoliation or tret.... soothing always. No scent. It’s a very very effective yet enjoyable (in a sensory way, for me anyway) remover of all things. My 2 HG regular 2nd (or am alone) cleansers are Clinique EXTRA mild (pH of 5 correct me if I’m wrong), and the way less spendy (and weirdly in body wash aisle at least at my rite aid) Eucerin pH5 for face and body. Idc about pH of my body cleanser as I only (in cold weather) wash my dry limbs occasionally or I am a scaly lizard. Maybe some dry brushing and heavy moisture. I use more deodorizing washes for my ‘parts’ that get a thorough washing 2/day. You know what I’m referring to don’t make me say it. Hands constantly washed (APPLY & REAPPLY SPF if u do all your actives on your French Face like me). Face well I think we know I’m one of the skincare obsessed so...If u break out I do not know what to tell you, they’ll always give a sample!! I do anti-aging skincare only. If you’re not double cleansing at night yet, get with the progrum, would ya? Even if ya don’t wear makeup... I KNOW youre ALL using spf 365 so get that shite off! I’ve bought many and will continue!
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