Tuesday, January 24, 2012

L'Oreal RevitaLift Radiant Smoothing Cream Cleanser

L'Oreal RevitaLift Radiant Smoothing Cream Cleanser is another recent discovery that I have been liking very much. The so-called "cream" has consistency of condensed milk (that it flows out without much squeezing needed), gentle soapy scent (that's actually quite pleasant for me) and a rich foaming formula that's tough on the dirt and gentle on the skin. It's able to remove all the dirt, oil and makeup while leaving my skin squeaky clean and my nostrils, eyes and freshly/prematurely picked scars intact. I can't really tell anything about the radiant (brightening effect of Vitamin C) or the smoothing (gentle exfoliation) part but it seems to be a well formulated and reasonably price cleanser.
Ingredient list of the cleanser.(What is 691929/20? ) Anyway, it normally retails for around 7.50 dollars at CVS and I usually just wait for a periodic sale (so it's 4.99 instead) and stack them with a L'Oreal coupon (use the 2-dollar off Any Revitalift item one), you can even add an applicable CVS coupon if you are lucky enough to be sent one during sale (I was!).

5 comments:

  1. Sounds good! I really love Loreal cleansers :D

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  2. Sounds great! I may check this out when my cleanser runs out, thanks.

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  3. I'm scared of using anti-aging products to early in case they don't work as well when I actually need the anti-aging properties, do you have drier skin?

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    1. My skin is normal but I do have drier patches under my cheeks (from picking). Anyway, this cleanser is designed to work with the revitalift skincare range but it didn't say it has any anti-aging property itself.

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  4. Still a mystery what 691929/20 really is.

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