April 3, 2018

Kate Somerville Cold Cream Moisturizing Cleanser + Makeup Remove Not Just for Your Grandma

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You might think your grandma was the only one to remove her makeup with cold cream but Kate Somerville Cold Cream Moisturizing Cleanser + Makeup Remove proves different.

This whipped formula removes all makeup even waterproof mascara easily with a formula that hydrates skin without stripping skin. Kate’s formula is free of mineral-oil so it won’t clog pores or cause breakouts while leaving skin moist and makeup-free.

I happen to be a strong supporter of Japanese Pond’s Cold Cream so, I’m not completely a hater of cold cream as a makeup remover even though it does seem a rather ancient way of removing makeup.

Included in the mix here is white Kiawe honey and a floral blend of jasmine, rose, and daisy extracts. I do wonder if it’ll be scented terribly strongly as that’s always a deal breaker for some skincare lovers. I personally don’t mind!

I’m quite curious to check this out and will be purchasing it to see how it goes. I have drier skin and I tend to rely on a moisturizing secondary cream cleanser in my double-cleanse. Although this does seem a step one in the cleansing process.

Kate Somerville Cold Cream Moisturizing Cleanser + Makeup Remove is available now at sephora.com.

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