I love cream cleansers, because my skin has a tendency to be flaky, and I feel like these do the job while also keeping my skin a bit more moisturized than a normal gel cleanser would. The Korres Greek Yoghurt is super foamy and a small amount goes a long way — I just used a pea-sized drop and it worked for covering my entire face. It felt very gentle and silky against my skin, and my skin felt a lot better than it usually does after a wash with the Neutrogena cream cleanser. I think this one leaves less residue or something, which makes sense, because it goes for $26 for 5 oz. Not a terrible price, but when you can something similar for $5, it’s something to think about.
It didn’t blow my socks off or anything, and it doesn’t seem to be ruining my skin or helping it either — it is saving on moisturizer, because I don’t feel the need to slather it on my face after using it, so there’s that. I have very sensitive skin, so if you’re looking for a decent cleanser, this one could be a good one to try and see if it works for you.
I love trying new cleansers and skin care products, because I’m finally in a place where I can afford to occasionally spend just a bit more than my normal Neutrogena cleanser. The problem is that I don’t want to invest in anything that my skin is going to react to (as mentioned in previous beauty reviews, my skin is quite sensitive), so I’m working off product samples from regular make-up purchases at Sephora.
The Fresh Soy Face Cleanser is supposed to be a great makeup remover/cleanser that is good for all skin types and especially helps improve the dryness and firmness/elasticity of your skin. I used it after a date night out, which meant I had a fair amount of makeup on my face.
For the makeup remover side: it got most of the makeup. It did an amazing job getting rid of my face makeup (foundation, blush) and eyeshadow with no residue left behind (that I could see). It completely failed for the more heavy-duty makeup (waterproof gel eyeliner and waterproof mascara) that I generally have to use eye make-up remover or a makeup remover facial cloth.
But as a cleanser, it worked beautifully. My skin was slightly dried out from it, but not as much as a regular cream cleanser usually dries it out. Some moisturizer fixed it quickly. What I was most impressed with was how it really did seem to cleanse away everything. I didn’t feel or see any residue, and the next day, my skin looked gorgeous — smooth, soft and very healthy looking. Definitely not what I was expecting after wearing makeup and walking out in the frigid temperatures in the city the previous night. Though I didn’t like the Fresh Rose Face Mask, this soy face cleanser is a winner!