When I bought this I imagined it would be a lot like the Olay Total Effects, they do seem to have after all gone out of their way to make the packing as similar as possible. Couldn’t be more wrong, the texture is completely different and so are the results.
I’m a fan of Total Effects, its one of the most reliable and effective moisturisers I’ve ever used and often out-performs the big expensive brands and the results appear quickly.
This stuff is pretty much the opposite of that. The texture wasn’t particularly nice, it had the feel of silicone as it went on, the smell was quite plasticky and it didn’t make any difference to my skin one way or another. Not something I’d buy again.
I’m giving this 2/10 because it didn’t give me any skin problems but that’s the best I can say for it!
Like most high street cleansers this was nothing to write home about.
I’m finding it really hard to find a cleanser that I like, all I need is for it to take off my make-up before I use a facewash but like this one that all seem to do a hit & miss job. I use the fantastic Eve Taylor rubbery face brush when applying and that does certainly make a difference but if the product is lacklustre that’s that.
Do I need to say I won’t buy this again?
I wouldn’t buy this one again, I don’t understand the visible radience aspect. I found it didn’t get my make-up off very well and left a greasy residue on my skin. I don’t think me and L’Oréal products get on.
I tried the sensitive version of this remover earlier this year, which was good but lacked a bit of oomph. This version is better, it coped well with Mally mascara so I would recommend it and would buy it again but it lacks something, I think I want one that has a conditioning/moisturising element.