People can and do spend that amount but lovely as this foam cleanser is, it’s £50 and most of it is air. It feels like a lot! That’s for the 150ml size. It’s a pleasant cleanser – very soft foam that turns creamy on the skin and did a great job of removing all my make up other than mascara which needed extra attention.
My face felt smooth, calm and hydrated after using it and it does seem to be formulated well for sensitive skin with the active ingredients being Purslane Extract, Urea, Aloe Vera, Panthenol, Mild Tensides (surfactant), Vitamin E and Glycerine. However, as we all know, cleanser is on the skin such a brief amount of time that very little ‘rejuvenating’ (as billed) is going to take place – none at all actually. However, if you are sensitive, this is a cleanser built not to disturb both pH or barrier function which when tipped the wrong way can be a complete pain. So, I can’t sit either way on this – it could be the perfect cleanser for those with tricky skin but for regular skin types you have the luxury of being able to use pretty much anything that’s nowhere near the £50 mark. It’s HERE.
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