Gentle cleansers such as milk and oils are all the rage right now. They remove makeup with ease, your skin is left very soft and hydrated, and it can help balance out overly oily and acne prone skin, as well as moisten dry skin. Andalou Naturals Apricot Probiotic Cleansing Milk ticks off all of those points.
First off, it smells great. You can smell the apricot as well as hints of the other fruity ingredients.
The texture is really nice. It feels gentle and nourishing, but not oily. The makeup removal component is pretty good, however, removing water resistant/proof mascara takes a bit more effort than it would with an oil.
I was really keen on this because of the probiotics. I hoped it might help a bit with my acne. I’m not really sure if it made much of a difference there because I have so much internal healing to do before my acne clears up. I also have a bad habit of picking at my acne, which causes it to spread and get worse. It wasn’t designed for acne prone skin so I won’t hold it accountable.Other than that I’m really happy with this cleanser and would recommend it and purchase it again.
Other than that, I’m really happy with this cleanser and would recommend it and purchase it again.
Smells great ✓
Feels great ✓
Doesn’t dry out the skin ✓
Made with safe, ethical ingredients ✓
And it’s in a purple bottle ✓
A good one all the way around.
In the comments, tell us about your recent favorite cleanser.
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