I've been using this product for about a month or so now and I think it is about time to let you know what I, personally think about it.
What information is given about the product:
*good for sensitive skin
* no perfume
* removes make-up, cleanses, soothes
* 200 uses
If I use it, then I use two small cotton pads, so I also don't use too much of the cleanser itself. It is strong, because one cotton pad takes off the make up of half of my face, which is nice.
2) After I've taken off all the make-up from my face, my skin suddenly starts to smell like mould on the walls. It really makes me freak out because it is said to have no perfume, but I'd prefer perfume than the smell of wet, mouldy walls on my face. I have no idea if it is just me, or if other girls also have this problem with this cleanser, but it surely makes me not too happy. When you smell the cleanser itself it really has no smell, but after I've used it, I can smell it so much!
3) This cleanser costs about 4 pounds and you can get them for 3 if they are on offer for example at ASDA. So this is what I did, I was shopping once and it was there on sale for 3 pounds so I decided to try it as I needed a new cleanser any ways.
Buying this product, you get 400 ml for about 4 pounds.
The Bioderma cleanser costs about 10 pounds per 200 ml, which is only have the size.
So, if you compare the prizes and what you get for them, the Garnier cleanser is surely a bargain if you can't afford Bioderma.
But, if I could, I would surely choose the Bioderma Sebium cleanser as it works just perfectly with my skin and I would repurchase it for ever.
I will see what else I'll find over the next weeks in drugstores because this cleanser makes me really confused and I would not really like to repurchase it, unless I'd have no other choice.
Have you tried this cleanser too? If yes, please let me know about the smell, if it is just me, or if it really leaves that bad mouldy smell on your skin!
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