Wednesday, March 6, 2013

St. Ives Fresh Skin Make-up remover and cleanser

Ever since I realized the value of having clean skin after removing my make-up, I've been searching for a make-up remover that's efficient yet gentle on my sensitive skin. I am prone to redness and breakouts whenever I use something that wasn't meant for my skin, so, when we did our grocery weeks ago, I checked out the toiletry section and this caught my eye. I immediately put it in our cart without second thoughts.


It's from St. Ives so it must be good like their apricot scrubs!







Ingredients and directions




I swatched some eyeshadows from my MUA palette to test just a small amount.






I then lather the cleanser on the eyeshadows and will wipe it with a tissue after. The texture's thick and you can really feel that sensation that "there's something " in your skin but it's not a big deal for me as long as it does it's job. :)









                                          Voila! It's gone! (i just leave some eyeshadow for comparison)


I forgot how much is it, maybe around Php 129.00? Whatever the price was, it really did it's job as a make-up remover and cleanser and for it's size (as big as a Bath and Body works body cream in tube) it's definitely a good buy, in fact, I'm planning to get one again as the one I'm currently using will be emptied out soon.  :) 




'Til Next


2 comments:

Nolan Mean said...

Hi! I'm interested in this makeup remover - is it for dry/oily/or combination skin? I have sensitive combination skin and I am also prone to breakouts and redness. Thanks!

KiTziBebe said...

Hi Nolan, I myself has an oily-super sensitive skin, and it didn't caused any break outs so far. I actually finished a tube already. :)