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A true skincare-makeup hybrid
A true skincare-makeup hybrid
A few months ago I was part of the re-launch of Ren Skincare’s Perfect Canvas Clean Primer which is kind of a skincare-makeup hybrid. I’ve been using it consistently since then and have some thoughts! This primer is marketed as a weightless, silicone-free primer that minimizes pores, controls shine and locks down makeup. I’ve worn it both under makeup and alone and it works well both ways BUT DO NOT use this under products that contain silicone because it WILL PILL VERY BADLY! Apart from that, I really like it for minimizing the appearance of pores and smoothing out fine lines as well as keeping my oils at bay. It’s a viscous liquid serum like texture and contains agave extract to mattify skin, probiotics to support natural cell renewal and alpha gluons to support a healthy skin microbiome. I like the concept of this product because it truly is a makeup-skincare hybrid — it even contains lactic acid! It’s oil free, silicone free, sulfate and paragon free and I like it best worn alone instead of under makeup. To me, it reminds me of the effects I get from a niacin amide product though it doesn’t contain any niacinamide. In looking at the ingredients, the list is short which I love but I do feel like it is important to note that it contains Parfum for those who are sensitive to fragrances. I really like this product BUT that being said there is a definite learning curve and you need to test out your products with it to see if they play nicely together because it can be finicky. It is AMAZING for controlling oil though. I would recommend it to those who are looking for an oil controlling product more so than a makeup primer because I don’t prefer to use it as such. The price is hefty and I’m not sure I would’ve picked this up on my own at $45 for 1.02 oz of product BUT that being said it is wonderful at what it claims to do. I think if you really struggle with oil control or enlarged pores this is a good product to try and if you can, get a sample at Sephora! 4/5 because of the price and the fact that it doesn’t layer well with some products.
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Perfect Canvas Clean Primer
REN CLEAN SKINCARE-Perfect Canvas Clean Primer
Am I missing something???  Saturday Skin Essence
Am I missing something??? Saturday Skin Essence
I first tried Saturday Skin with a set they released and fell in love with the featherweight moisturizer and eye cream. So, during the most recent Sephora sale, when I saw the Freeze Frame Beauty Essence was on sale I was excited to pick it up. This K-Beauty product is one of my first essences I’ve ever owned and I’m still on the fence regarding if this is a necessary step in MY personal skincare routine as someone with combination and acne-prone skin, BUT I’ve been enjoying using it as it has been getting more frigid outside and my skin is drying out more. This essence is not the texture I would’ve expected, it is more lotion-y and sticky than liquid-y which is what I thought essences were supposed to be, but I guess I was wrong! It is infused with pomegranate extract to boost skin’s hydration and firmness, Cha-7 es Complex which is a peptide formula to promote natural skin cell renewal, squalane my favorite moisturizing oil, avocado protein extract to improve moisture barrier protection and peach extract to enhance the look of skin vitality. If I’m being honest I did not look at the ingredients list prior to purchasing because I had heard friends rave about it and was swayed by the nearly 5 star reviews on Sephora. That being said, there are some ingredients I would like to mention for those of you who are sensitive: a big yikes is that denatured alcohol is pretty high up on the list… very interesting for an essence since in ESSENCE essences are supposed to be hydrating and alcohol is inherently drying, but…. That’s that. It’s got a lot of silicone based ingredients in it, which I don’t have a problem with personally but I know has become an increasing concern amongst people (though there is no research yet to support that it is bad for the skin!) It’s got a lot of plant oils like lemon peel oil, orange peel oil, grapefruit peel oil, lavender oil, rosemary leaf oil etc so if you’re sensitive to oils be wary — you can tell just by dispensing it from the scent that this is chock full of oils. I’ve only been using this product for a few weeks now, but I’m going to be honest I’m not really sure what all of the hype is about. I don’t feel like it really does anything for my skin — good or bad. Many reviews on Sephora claim it is great at plumping and even has helped to calm acne. Maybe I had unrealistic expectations because of how raved about this product is, and I’m going to keep using the product and maybe things will improve, but lets just say it hasn’t convinced me that I need essences in my life, but I’d love to hear from others who use and love essences because it it totally possible that I’m not understanding the product enough. I neither dislike it or like it per se, although I do think it can feel a bit heavy for me and my combo skin, especially since right now I’m trying to simplify my routine. I personally do not have reason to recommend this product but keep in mind that this is coming from someone with combination skin! I would’ve loved to see the firming effects that this product claims to promote, but so far, nothing has happened in that regard. Also, I think the price ($47 for 1.69 oz) is a bit ridiculous upon reading the ingredients — I’m not really sure what in this product makes it worth that hefty price tag — its really just a collection of silicones and essential oils?? I feel like this product could honestly be super pore clogging for a lot of people, but I’m super stumped because it has very few negative reviews on Sephora, so I want to believe it is user error! The packaging is adorable and I really like the line but I think I can only really give this product a 2/5 because its nice but like, what am I really paying for?
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FREEZE FRAME Beauty Essence
SATURDAY SKIN-FREEZE FRAME Beauty Essence
Luxury does not mean better!!!
Luxury does not mean better!!!
I won this Eve Lom Cleanser in a giveaway over the summer and was SO excited to try it because Eve Lom is a luxury brand I’ve had my eye on for a while but could never justify spending money on personally. I have the 1.6 oz cleanser which retails for $50 on the brand’s website (this size is not available online at Sephora) — the mini size (.7 oz) goes for $24, the standard size (3.4 oz) goes for $80 and the big 6.8oz size goes for a whopping $135. Honestly, I’m really not convinced any cleanser is worth THAT much money, but I guess that’s up to personal preference. Into the review… This cleanser is supposed to be suitable for all skin types and claims to be a five-benefit formula that decongests, exfoliates, tones, soothes and deep cleanses the skin to remove impurities and even waterproof makeup. It is said to be the solution for uneven skin tone and texture and acne and blemishes. I was soooo confused when I opened this product and saw that it was gritty because it is marketed as a cleansing balm! The brand promotes its exclusive combination of essential oils like clove oil to target blemishes, eucalyptus oil to combat toxins, hops oil (whatever that is) to tone the skin, Egyptian chamomile oil to soften and soothe, and cocoa butter to condition and nourish the skin. Wherever you stand on whether or not essential oils are good for the skin, I still don’t see a reason for the price tag of this product. The suggested use says to apply this to dry skin with dry hands as you would any other cleansing balm/first cleanse, and then to use their muslin cloths that has been soaked in hot water to work the product around the face. Here’s where my issue with this product is. You pay such a big price tag and then to use it properly have to buy an additional product (which is not cheap either: Sephora sells a set of 3 Eve Lom muslin cloths for $22). I guess this is where I should tell you that I don’t own their muslin cloths so I guess my review may be different had I had that additional product, but I did try the product with a gentle washcloth in hopes I’d receive the same effects. In looking at the ingredients list, the first ingredient is actually Paraffinum Liquidum (mineral oil) followed by lanolin and a very short ingredients list after that, mostly of the aforementioned essential oils. I could write a whole post about mineral oil in skincare (it is both suggested as a first cleansing product for people with fungal acne like me but also carries a very negative connotation in the skincare world at large as it is a by-product of petroleum which is not good for the environment!!) Like I said this product is gritty which I don’t really understand, and I honestly do not think it removes waterproof makeup or works as a first cleanser. I was much happier using this as a second cleanser and even for that I don’t love it or see what about it is worth that much money. I don’t really like this product at all and am glad I got to try it out but would not repurchase or recommend to really anyone because I don’t think it does what it says it does, the ingredients list can be seen as pretty problematic for a multitude of reasons, its super expensive and to use it “properly” you have to buy a whole other product to go along with it! Hate to do it but I’m giving this a 1/5. The more I learn about luxury skincare brands and ingredients, the less inclined I am to use them and this is the perfect example of something I think just looks nice on the vanity and serves no real purpose in someone’s skincare routine.
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EVE LOM Cleanser
EVE LOM-EVE LOM Cleanser
Milk Makeup Skincare: Hard Pass
Milk Makeup Skincare: Hard Pass
I’d rather get coal than the Milk Makeup Watermelon Brightening Serum :/ I bought this serum a little over a year ago I want to say, alongside their Matcha Detoxifying Face Mask and Cannabis Seed Oil Hydrating Mask (spoiler: I don’t like those either!!!) and honestly I was sucked in because of the cute packaging and how portable the products were because they come in solid stick form. First of all, this product separated from the bottom and I don’t know how to get the pieces back together. Second, it literally does nothing. I used it for a good amount of time and saw no difference in my skin whatsoever: not brightened, not more even or more hydrated — nothing. It claims to diminish the appearance of dark spots using Swiss garden cress sprout extract, watermelon extract for hydration and matrixyl for smoothing. I like that it’s TSA friendly but I have no use for this product whether traveling or at home because it does NOTHING!!!! Also, it has red and yellow dyes in it which are known sensitizers for the skin and so unnecessary. The texture is nice, but another gripe I have is that it is so chubby that it doesn’t get in the crevices of the skin like between the folds of the nose or under the lips. It’s also not very hygienic in my opinion. I would definitely NOT recommend this product to others because like I said, it does nothing. It’s super cute, I’ll give it that, but there is nothing redeeming apart from that about this product. It’s not worth the time, effort of hefty $36 price tag for 1.2 oz. 0/5 (1/5 because the app won’t let me give 0) sorry Milk! Love your makeup products, though!
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Watermelon Brightening Serum
Milk MAKEUP-Watermelon Brightening Serum
NOT a toner but great nonetheless!
NOT a toner but great nonetheless!
Laneige Cream Skin is a one-of-a-kind hydrating milky toner that I have found a few uses for in my skincare routine. It’s great for all skin types (not just dry! I have combination skin and love this) and works to combat dryness, dullness and uneven skin texture. The consistency is truly unique: It really is reminiscent of milk and I like that it is just viscous enough to be able to use without a cotton pad straight into my hands but not too watery at the same time. I bought this about 6 months ago or so when it was relatively new to the market and have been using it intermittently since when my skin feels a bit parched. My favorite way to use this is after I’ve taken off my makeup/sunscreen when I get home in the evening but before I’m ready to do my full skincare routine: It’s a nice placeholder to tone and moisturize just enough until a few hours later when I can go in with my serums, moisturizers, oils and whatnot. Its main highlighted ingredient is white leaf tea water, which is rich in amino acids which help to strengthen the skin barrier, soothe and moisturize. I decided to try the product because it was receiving such great reviews even from people with oilier skin types that I decided to put it to the test on my skin in the humid New Orleans climate. I was pleasantly surprised to see that this product works wonderfully for me and as I said it’s my favorite product for a pick me up as I like to take off my makeup as soon as I’m home for the day even if it’s early in the evening or mid afternoon! I also think it’s a great value for the money at $33 for 5 oz!! It’s so easy to use just drop a bit into your hands and pat it into your skin! I’d definitely recommend this to all skin types, my only thing is that I don’t think it’s accurately labeled because I don’t see this product as having any toning properties — its really just a liquid moisturizer! But I love it nonetheless. 5/5.
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Cream Skin Toner & Moisturizer
LANEIGE-Cream Skin Toner & Moisturizer
Ehhhh... Versed Cleansing Balm
Ehhhh... Versed Cleansing Balm
Over the summer, I went to my local target to try out some products from Versed. Unfortunately, their stock was pretty low so I only came away with their Day Dissolve Cleansing Balm. At this point the only other cleansing balm I had used was the Clinique Take the Day Off Balm (which I actually really loved) and was excited to see a drugstore option on the market. This cleansing balm is meant to be used as a first step cleanse to remove the day’s grime: makeup, sunscreen, and oil. It’s a thick, whipped texture as pictured. I actually don’t like the instructions for this product because it says to use this with wet hands which I don’t recommend: an oil based product should be used with dry hands and a dry face so that it can emulsify properly once everything is broken down. I like this product because it does break down makeup and sunscreen but it is SO fragranced. Granted, the fragrances are natural (eucalyptus oil and clove leaf oil primarily) but it is STRONG and it also stings when it gets in the eyes so I’ve been afraid to use this with eye makeup after it burned the first few times I tried to remove mascara with it. I think if you’re looking for an affordable cleansing balm, the I Dew Care one is a better option as it gives me the same results without the stinging. I don’t have sensitive eyes either, so I’m not sure how this product would go over for someone who does! I like that the product comes in a full size ($17.99 for 2.3 fl. Oz) and a mini size (.6 fl oz for $7.99) but I’m not sure the product is worth it given how irritating it was for me at least. It works, don’t get me wrong, but you also come away with really dry and irritated eyes! 3/5.
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DAY DISSOLVE Cleansing Balm
VERSED-DAY DISSOLVE Cleansing Balm
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Am I missing something???  Saturday Skin Essence
Am I missing something??? Saturday Skin Essence
I first tried Saturday Skin with a set they released and fell in love with the featherweight moisturizer and eye cream. So, during the most recent Sephora sale, when I saw the Freeze Frame Beauty Essence was on sale I was excited to pick it up. This K-Beauty product is one of my first essences I’ve ever owned and I’m still on the fence regarding if this is a necessary step in MY personal skincare routine as someone with combination and acne-prone skin, BUT I’ve been enjoying using it as it has been getting more frigid outside and my skin is drying out more. This essence is not the texture I would’ve expected, it is more lotion-y and sticky than liquid-y which is what I thought essences were supposed to be, but I guess I was wrong! It is infused with pomegranate extract to boost skin’s hydration and firmness, Cha-7 es Complex which is a peptide formula to promote natural skin cell renewal, squalane my favorite moisturizing oil, avocado protein extract to improve moisture barrier protection and peach extract to enhance the look of skin vitality. If I’m being honest I did not look at the ingredients list prior to purchasing because I had heard friends rave about it and was swayed by the nearly 5 star reviews on Sephora. That being said, there are some ingredients I would like to mention for those of you who are sensitive: a big yikes is that denatured alcohol is pretty high up on the list… very interesting for an essence since in ESSENCE essences are supposed to be hydrating and alcohol is inherently drying, but…. That’s that. It’s got a lot of silicone based ingredients in it, which I don’t have a problem with personally but I know has become an increasing concern amongst people (though there is no research yet to support that it is bad for the skin!) It’s got a lot of plant oils like lemon peel oil, orange peel oil, grapefruit peel oil, lavender oil, rosemary leaf oil etc so if you’re sensitive to oils be wary — you can tell just by dispensing it from the scent that this is chock full of oils. I’ve only been using this product for a few weeks now, but I’m going to be honest I’m not really sure what all of the hype is about. I don’t feel like it really does anything for my skin — good or bad. Many reviews on Sephora claim it is great at plumping and even has helped to calm acne. Maybe I had unrealistic expectations because of how raved about this product is, and I’m going to keep using the product and maybe things will improve, but lets just say it hasn’t convinced me that I need essences in my life, but I’d love to hear from others who use and love essences because it it totally possible that I’m not understanding the product enough. I neither dislike it or like it per se, although I do think it can feel a bit heavy for me and my combo skin, especially since right now I’m trying to simplify my routine. I personally do not have reason to recommend this product but keep in mind that this is coming from someone with combination skin! I would’ve loved to see the firming effects that this product claims to promote, but so far, nothing has happened in that regard. Also, I think the price ($47 for 1.69 oz) is a bit ridiculous upon reading the ingredients — I’m not really sure what in this product makes it worth that hefty price tag — its really just a collection of silicones and essential oils?? I feel like this product could honestly be super pore clogging for a lot of people, but I’m super stumped because it has very few negative reviews on Sephora, so I want to believe it is user error! The packaging is adorable and I really like the line but I think I can only really give this product a 2/5 because its nice but like, what am I really paying for?
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FREEZE FRAME Beauty Essence
SATURDAY SKIN-FREEZE FRAME Beauty Essence
A true skincare-makeup hybrid
A true skincare-makeup hybrid
A few months ago I was part of the re-launch of Ren Skincare’s Perfect Canvas Clean Primer which is kind of a skincare-makeup hybrid. I’ve been using it consistently since then and have some thoughts! This primer is marketed as a weightless, silicone-free primer that minimizes pores, controls shine and locks down makeup. I’ve worn it both under makeup and alone and it works well both ways BUT DO NOT use this under products that contain silicone because it WILL PILL VERY BADLY! Apart from that, I really like it for minimizing the appearance of pores and smoothing out fine lines as well as keeping my oils at bay. It’s a viscous liquid serum like texture and contains agave extract to mattify skin, probiotics to support natural cell renewal and alpha gluons to support a healthy skin microbiome. I like the concept of this product because it truly is a makeup-skincare hybrid — it even contains lactic acid! It’s oil free, silicone free, sulfate and paragon free and I like it best worn alone instead of under makeup. To me, it reminds me of the effects I get from a niacin amide product though it doesn’t contain any niacinamide. In looking at the ingredients, the list is short which I love but I do feel like it is important to note that it contains Parfum for those who are sensitive to fragrances. I really like this product BUT that being said there is a definite learning curve and you need to test out your products with it to see if they play nicely together because it can be finicky. It is AMAZING for controlling oil though. I would recommend it to those who are looking for an oil controlling product more so than a makeup primer because I don’t prefer to use it as such. The price is hefty and I’m not sure I would’ve picked this up on my own at $45 for 1.02 oz of product BUT that being said it is wonderful at what it claims to do. I think if you really struggle with oil control or enlarged pores this is a good product to try and if you can, get a sample at Sephora! 4/5 because of the price and the fact that it doesn’t layer well with some products.
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Perfect Canvas Clean Primer
REN CLEAN SKINCARE-Perfect Canvas Clean Primer
Milk Makeup Skincare: Hard Pass
Milk Makeup Skincare: Hard Pass
I’d rather get coal than the Milk Makeup Watermelon Brightening Serum :/ I bought this serum a little over a year ago I want to say, alongside their Matcha Detoxifying Face Mask and Cannabis Seed Oil Hydrating Mask (spoiler: I don’t like those either!!!) and honestly I was sucked in because of the cute packaging and how portable the products were because they come in solid stick form. First of all, this product separated from the bottom and I don’t know how to get the pieces back together. Second, it literally does nothing. I used it for a good amount of time and saw no difference in my skin whatsoever: not brightened, not more even or more hydrated — nothing. It claims to diminish the appearance of dark spots using Swiss garden cress sprout extract, watermelon extract for hydration and matrixyl for smoothing. I like that it’s TSA friendly but I have no use for this product whether traveling or at home because it does NOTHING!!!! Also, it has red and yellow dyes in it which are known sensitizers for the skin and so unnecessary. The texture is nice, but another gripe I have is that it is so chubby that it doesn’t get in the crevices of the skin like between the folds of the nose or under the lips. It’s also not very hygienic in my opinion. I would definitely NOT recommend this product to others because like I said, it does nothing. It’s super cute, I’ll give it that, but there is nothing redeeming apart from that about this product. It’s not worth the time, effort of hefty $36 price tag for 1.2 oz. 0/5 (1/5 because the app won’t let me give 0) sorry Milk! Love your makeup products, though!
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Watermelon Brightening Serum
Milk MAKEUP-Watermelon Brightening Serum
Luxury does not mean better!!!
Luxury does not mean better!!!
I won this Eve Lom Cleanser in a giveaway over the summer and was SO excited to try it because Eve Lom is a luxury brand I’ve had my eye on for a while but could never justify spending money on personally. I have the 1.6 oz cleanser which retails for $50 on the brand’s website (this size is not available online at Sephora) — the mini size (.7 oz) goes for $24, the standard size (3.4 oz) goes for $80 and the big 6.8oz size goes for a whopping $135. Honestly, I’m really not convinced any cleanser is worth THAT much money, but I guess that’s up to personal preference. Into the review… This cleanser is supposed to be suitable for all skin types and claims to be a five-benefit formula that decongests, exfoliates, tones, soothes and deep cleanses the skin to remove impurities and even waterproof makeup. It is said to be the solution for uneven skin tone and texture and acne and blemishes. I was soooo confused when I opened this product and saw that it was gritty because it is marketed as a cleansing balm! The brand promotes its exclusive combination of essential oils like clove oil to target blemishes, eucalyptus oil to combat toxins, hops oil (whatever that is) to tone the skin, Egyptian chamomile oil to soften and soothe, and cocoa butter to condition and nourish the skin. Wherever you stand on whether or not essential oils are good for the skin, I still don’t see a reason for the price tag of this product. The suggested use says to apply this to dry skin with dry hands as you would any other cleansing balm/first cleanse, and then to use their muslin cloths that has been soaked in hot water to work the product around the face. Here’s where my issue with this product is. You pay such a big price tag and then to use it properly have to buy an additional product (which is not cheap either: Sephora sells a set of 3 Eve Lom muslin cloths for $22). I guess this is where I should tell you that I don’t own their muslin cloths so I guess my review may be different had I had that additional product, but I did try the product with a gentle washcloth in hopes I’d receive the same effects. In looking at the ingredients list, the first ingredient is actually Paraffinum Liquidum (mineral oil) followed by lanolin and a very short ingredients list after that, mostly of the aforementioned essential oils. I could write a whole post about mineral oil in skincare (it is both suggested as a first cleansing product for people with fungal acne like me but also carries a very negative connotation in the skincare world at large as it is a by-product of petroleum which is not good for the environment!!) Like I said this product is gritty which I don’t really understand, and I honestly do not think it removes waterproof makeup or works as a first cleanser. I was much happier using this as a second cleanser and even for that I don’t love it or see what about it is worth that much money. I don’t really like this product at all and am glad I got to try it out but would not repurchase or recommend to really anyone because I don’t think it does what it says it does, the ingredients list can be seen as pretty problematic for a multitude of reasons, its super expensive and to use it “properly” you have to buy a whole other product to go along with it! Hate to do it but I’m giving this a 1/5. The more I learn about luxury skincare brands and ingredients, the less inclined I am to use them and this is the perfect example of something I think just looks nice on the vanity and serves no real purpose in someone’s skincare routine.
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EVE LOM Cleanser
EVE LOM-EVE LOM Cleanser
NOT a toner but great nonetheless!
NOT a toner but great nonetheless!
Laneige Cream Skin is a one-of-a-kind hydrating milky toner that I have found a few uses for in my skincare routine. It’s great for all skin types (not just dry! I have combination skin and love this) and works to combat dryness, dullness and uneven skin texture. The consistency is truly unique: It really is reminiscent of milk and I like that it is just viscous enough to be able to use without a cotton pad straight into my hands but not too watery at the same time. I bought this about 6 months ago or so when it was relatively new to the market and have been using it intermittently since when my skin feels a bit parched. My favorite way to use this is after I’ve taken off my makeup/sunscreen when I get home in the evening but before I’m ready to do my full skincare routine: It’s a nice placeholder to tone and moisturize just enough until a few hours later when I can go in with my serums, moisturizers, oils and whatnot. Its main highlighted ingredient is white leaf tea water, which is rich in amino acids which help to strengthen the skin barrier, soothe and moisturize. I decided to try the product because it was receiving such great reviews even from people with oilier skin types that I decided to put it to the test on my skin in the humid New Orleans climate. I was pleasantly surprised to see that this product works wonderfully for me and as I said it’s my favorite product for a pick me up as I like to take off my makeup as soon as I’m home for the day even if it’s early in the evening or mid afternoon! I also think it’s a great value for the money at $33 for 5 oz!! It’s so easy to use just drop a bit into your hands and pat it into your skin! I’d definitely recommend this to all skin types, my only thing is that I don’t think it’s accurately labeled because I don’t see this product as having any toning properties — its really just a liquid moisturizer! But I love it nonetheless. 5/5.
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Cream Skin Toner & Moisturizer
LANEIGE-Cream Skin Toner & Moisturizer
Ehhhh... Versed Cleansing Balm
Ehhhh... Versed Cleansing Balm
Over the summer, I went to my local target to try out some products from Versed. Unfortunately, their stock was pretty low so I only came away with their Day Dissolve Cleansing Balm. At this point the only other cleansing balm I had used was the Clinique Take the Day Off Balm (which I actually really loved) and was excited to see a drugstore option on the market. This cleansing balm is meant to be used as a first step cleanse to remove the day’s grime: makeup, sunscreen, and oil. It’s a thick, whipped texture as pictured. I actually don’t like the instructions for this product because it says to use this with wet hands which I don’t recommend: an oil based product should be used with dry hands and a dry face so that it can emulsify properly once everything is broken down. I like this product because it does break down makeup and sunscreen but it is SO fragranced. Granted, the fragrances are natural (eucalyptus oil and clove leaf oil primarily) but it is STRONG and it also stings when it gets in the eyes so I’ve been afraid to use this with eye makeup after it burned the first few times I tried to remove mascara with it. I think if you’re looking for an affordable cleansing balm, the I Dew Care one is a better option as it gives me the same results without the stinging. I don’t have sensitive eyes either, so I’m not sure how this product would go over for someone who does! I like that the product comes in a full size ($17.99 for 2.3 fl. Oz) and a mini size (.6 fl oz for $7.99) but I’m not sure the product is worth it given how irritating it was for me at least. It works, don’t get me wrong, but you also come away with really dry and irritated eyes! 3/5.
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DAY DISSOLVE Cleansing Balm
VERSED-DAY DISSOLVE Cleansing Balm
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