What Do You Think Of This Cleansing Lotion? 1

What Do You Think Of This Cleansing Lotion?

I’ve been really into purifying creams/creams and even oils verses regular cleansers, and the one which I tried out more recently is the Weleda Almond Soothing Cleansing Lotion. This cleansing lotion smells great and it is amazing for dry skin, as it leaves your skin feeling hydrated – ideal for those with sensitive skin too.

Check out my full review below, including all the product info, after the pictures! 19.50 (2.5 fl oz full size). Available on the Weleda website, on Amazon, and else Weleda products are sold all over the place. Cleanses without drying Gently. Susceptible and reactive pores and skin get restored and soothed with this gentle hypoallergenic Almond Soothing Detoxification Lotion. This natural face wash is a creamy, fragrance-free facial treatment with organic and natural ingredients that gently cleanses and protects your skin. Organic sweet almond oil is filled with essential fatty acids that help nourish and soothe your sensitive skin while balancing your natural moisture level for truly healthy beauty.

Plum kernel oil in this natural face wash contains high quantities of antioxidants and vitamins A and E, which absorb easily to soften your skin layer and guard against unhealthy environmental affects. Your skin feels refreshed, balanced and soft. Mild Delightfully, you can’t help but be soothed by the purity of your naturally cleansed skin.

This cleansing cream smells great – I love almond scents and if you like almond scents too then you’ll like this way this smells. The feel is nice – it has a light-weight lotion feel with hook gritty texture. As far as taking off makeup, I don’t believe this is the best solution.

You’d need to do a double cleanse or take off your makeup with something else – such as a makeup wipe or a pre-cleanse oil – because this just doesn’t get the job done on its own. This cleansing cream left my skin area feeling very hydrated, therefore i think it’s exquisite for those with dry out skin.

  • 2 are companion palettes (Viseart Dark Matte and Kat Von D Pastel Goth)
  • Keep Makeup Brushes Clean
  • Glossy: Moist surface that can merely fill up crease. Recommend to use as blusher and lips
  • Reduce Stress
  • Lemon juice (lightens pigmentation) – ½ teaspoon
  • Protection of Human Health
  • Stress shows on the facial skin by lowering skin’s elasticity and leading to acne breakouts
  • I Am Divine-limited edition

Even ideal for those with combo pores and skin – that i have – especially moving into these drier, colder weeks where I will be more dry. I put trouble giving this product a rating. I believe this is a good product to anyone with normal to dry skin, especially those with dried out pores and skin, and for anyone that falls into that category who have delicate body also. What do you consider of the cleansing lotion? Perhaps you have tested out this or is this on your beauty wish list? Discuss in the feedback below.

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