Given that we’re a nation obsessed with cleansing, it’s good to find something a little bit different to up the options – as if we don’t have enough already. There’s a little bit more to Doll Face Cold Cream Cleanser than meets the eye and if you have dry skin and find micellar cleansing not quite skin nourishing enough, but don’t like the the thought of oils or balms, then this should pique your interest.
My auntie – in her late 70s – still to this day uses a cold cream cleanser which she tissues off. She has beautiful skin. The Doll Face Cold Cream Cleanser isn’t really as heavy as its more traditional namesake and it feels more ‘whippy’ I suppose. Along with cleansing, you’ll get some exfoliating (and subsequent brightening) action from lactic acid (yoghurt extract) as well as a good dose of hydration from rosehip seed oil and coconut oil.
It’s important to leave it on for a few minutes (about 3 is ok) before you use a washcloth to take it off – I’m telling you, it spears through make up! There will be absolutely nothing left. I’m not sure I’d be happy to use it on my eyes for mascara removal though, but soft, soft skin will follow. Dry skin or older skin – this is for you.
Doll Face Cold Cream Cleanser is £35 at Q VC.
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