Friday, 26 July 2019

Collosol Eau De Lait Water Milk Cleanser Review

Apparently Karl Lagerfeld bathes in Collosol Eau De Lait Water Milk Cleanser. Do with that information what you will. But when someone with his bank balance chooses a cleanser that costs around £10.00, you know it has to be good right? 
The Collosol Eau De Lait Water Milk Cleanser has been loved by French women for years and it has finally been released on the UK market. It is a water milk face and body cleanser that can be used in a couple of ways. You can dilute a few cap-fuls in the bath to soften the skin, or apply onto a cotton pad and smooth over the face, neck and decolletage area without rinsing for super soft and clean skin. 
The key ingredients in Collosol Eau De Lait Water Milk Cleanser are glycerin and castor oil to hydrate the skin. It has a paraben-free formula which is suitable for all skin types and was actually originally created to be used on babies, and so you know that it is perfect for even sensitive skin. You can also use the Milk Cleanser as a makeup remover, however it does have quite a bold fragrance to it, so I would personally be careful around the eyes.

The packaging is very plain and simple, with a pink theme to it, and once you remove the lid it has a small applicator through which the cleanser comes out of. I like this because you can control the amount of product you are releasing. The cleanser itself is a milky white and when applied to the skin, it soaks in instantly giving comfort, softness and hydration. I was definitely very impressed with this product.
The Collosol Eau De Lait Water Milk Cleanser is available in three sizes, 100ml for £9.50, 250ml for £14.50, and 400ml for £20.00, so it isn't the most expensive product by far when it comes to skincare and a little goes a long way. I do find it interesting that it is the only product that Collosol have, but who knows what the future holds. You can find Collosol Eau De Lait Water Milk Cleanser online at Feel Unique here.

All the Loves,
Kathryn xxx

*This post contains an item which was gifted to me, and all opinions are my own

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