Last week I reviewed two products from the new L’Oreal Delicate Flowers skincare collection. I reviewed the Cleansing Gel-Cream and the Toner. Today it’s time to review the last product out of the three I bought. I’m talking about the Cleansing Cream. About a year ago I got introduced to removing your makeup with a cream. I really enjoyed it so when I found out L’Oreal had their own version I obviously had to give that a go. Today I’m going to review their version of a cleansing cream. If you’re interested in finding out whether or not it’s just as amazing as the other cleansing creams I’ve tried, make sure you continue reading!
The L’Oreal Delicate Flower Cleansing Cream comes in a reasonably sized pink jar which is made out of plastic. For a makeup remover the jar is pretty big, but it’s not bulky or inconveniently sized. The jar contains 200 ml of product and that will last you for quite some time.
The design of the packaging is fairly simple but really pretty in my opinion. I really like the baby pink and the soft design. It looks very feminine and soft and that’s really my style. I also like that it’s made out of plastic so it doesn’t break as quickly and it’s not too heavy.
Having said that, let’s move on to the actual product review.
The L’Oreal Delicate Flowers Cleansing Cream basically is a cream you smear all over your face in order to take off your makeup. The texture of the product is really nice. It feels like a very thick and rich moisturiser, but not in a heavy kind of way. It’s very soft and moisturising so it won’t dry out your skin in the process, but it will remove all of your makeup. Isn’t that amazing?!
According to L’Oreal this cleansing cream is calming and soft. It’s supposed to feel rich and creamy and it will remove all of your makeup without drying your skin in the process. All together I don’t think the claims are too exciting or unique, but it does sound like a great product.
So, does it work? I have to say, even though I’m a huge fan of this Delicate Flowers collection, I do have my doubts when it comes to this product. Yes it does remove makeup pretty well, yes it does feel very rich, soft and hydrating on the skin. However, it doesn’t remove all of my makeup. I know it’s a lot to ask from a cleanser, but I do have multiple products that are capable of removing all of my makeup at once, without needing to use an additional product, so why settle for less?
When it comes to the claims L’Oreal made I do think they spoke the truth. This is a very revolutionary product if you look at how moisturising it is. It really does feel like you’re just putting on a very thick and rich moisturiser, but at the same time it cleanses you skin. It’s definitely one of the first cleansers that doesn’t dry out my skin when removing makeup so therefore I do think it’s a great product. Especially for those of you who do have pretty dry skin and are on the hunt for a remover that isn’t drying.
L’Oreal Delicate Flowers Cleansing Creme – €9,99
Overall I really like the L’Oreal Delicate Flowers (or Fine/Rare Flowers as they call it in other countries) range, but this isn’t my favourite product out of the three I own. This cleanser is very soft and moisturising and it could definitely be a holy grail for someone with very dry skin, but for me it’s just not enough!
That was it for today’s post. I hope you enjoyed reading it and be sure to let me know what you use to take off your makeup at the end of the day!