Grrr L’Oreal Go 360 Clean Cleanser testing is so not going well. Today I’ll be reviewing the L’Oreal Go 360 Deep Cream Cleanser.
First off some minor confusion seems to have cropped up over which cleanser you should choose. All of the cleansers according to details on Target are for normal, combination skin types. This isn’t detailed on the bottles just as read from details on Target’s website and CVS. The only one that is different would be the sensitive skin formula, which obviously is made for sensitive types.
From my own personal experience with the formulas I felt it was broken up best as follows.
L’Oreal Go 360 Cleanser Deep Cream Cleanser (Pink) Bottle
This I felt was more for dry skin due to it’s cream formula.
L’Oreal Go 360 Cleanser Deep Facial Cleanser (Green)
This I felt was more for normal/combination types although the formula was so terribly drying I’m positive oily skin types will feel right at home using it.
L’Oreal Go 360 Cleanser Deep Exfoliating Scrub (Orange)
Since this is a grainy formula I felt it best for dry skin as the scrubby bits should do well to exfoliate dry, flaky skin.
Now I’ve already reviewed L’Oreal Go 360 Cleanser Deep Facial Cleanser which has successfully created a mess of my skin. I’m terribly dry and flaky after using it a full week and it’s unlikely I’ll go back to trying it. I handed it off to my sister, who’s oily, and she proceeded to say it made her skin feel like plastic after use, not in a good way either.
I’ve been testing out L’Oreal Go 360 Cleanser Deep Cream Cleanser most of last week and this weekend. I was kinda hopeful the cream cleanser would do better on my suddenly dry skin thanks to my test out with the regular version.
Have a jump to find out.
Oh I’d say by now everyone’s gotten their grubby, greedy little hands on the new L’Oreal Go 360 Clean Cleansers right? If not you’ve at least seen them at your local Target, CVS, etc…right?
Have a little jump to hear my babble on the new L’oreal Go 360 Clean Cleanser Deep Facial Cleanser.
Gawd, you should see my shower. It’s kinda absurd at the moment with all the lotions and potions hanging out in there.
Speaking of product overload….last night I was in a deep sleep and around 3:30AM I hear this loud crazy crash. I thought someone was breaking into my house or something. I jerk out of bed and start looking around from room to room. Mind you I live in a large Victorian House so imagine me stumbling around from upstairs to downstairs and back again to figure out what the hell was going on. Turns out that the shelf I have in my bathroom which houses my rather large collection of shower gels broke. It was like a flood of bottles all over my bathroom…so here I am at near 4 in the morning on my hands and knees in the washroom, bleary eyed and completely unable to compute or comprehend what was going on, trying to clean up the mess!
Anyway….totally off topic there. I was just thinking about it as I typed up my review of the Clean & Clear Morning Burst In-Shower Facial I’ve been testing out this month!
Hey guys have I told you how grumpy I am that the new Soap & Glory The Fab Pore Hot Cloth Cleanser is taking the slow boat from England to get to my Target. Le sigh. I imagine we’ll see this at the end of January beginning of February so I caved and had a faithful friend in England go get me some. Lucky for me while I’m waiting for it to arrive I got the chance to try out the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser.
The Muse sometimes pretends she’s an A-Lister, actually wait a sec, I AM an A-Lister, in my own mind I am.
Naaa seriously closest I’ve come to A-Listing it is the Rodial A-List Cleanser I was testing out the past two weeks, that’s about extent to my claim to fame.
Take the jump for the dealio on Rodial A-List Cleanser.