[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] I’m so impressed with CeraVe’s micellar and now I have the CeraVe Hydrating Foaming Oil Cleanser which is equally impressive in a different way. It’s very, very gentle on the skin – there’s no fragrance – and you can use it all over your body and face.
Don’t think of the ‘foam’ element as producing big, shampoo like bubbles. This is a much more gentle affair with a mild and soft foam. In terms of make up cleansing – it’s much more for skin cleansing although I have tried it for both. I wouldn’t pick this up for a full face of make up take off but it very easily dealt with the small amount of tinted moisturiser and blush I had left at the end of the day. The oil element is best suited to normal to dry skin – squalene and triglycerides really do leave a very softened complexion and glycerin helps to retain moisture. In fact, the thing I noticed the most about it is how soft it left my skin – it’s a very good cleanser in a utilitarian bottle whose effect is more like a luxury product. I didn’t find it ‘moisturising’ as such, but neither did I feel my natural moisture was stripped. It just feels like a very easy win at £12.50 HERE.
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Hi jane, sorry to trouble you. I’ve tried to follow you on instagram (via ruth crillys post) however, it’s showing ‘user not found’ ?
Have you deleted your instagram account? thanks
Hi Vikki – no not at all – I’m @britbeautyblog 🙂