This is a very gentle cleanser, that soothes irritated skin, and helps calm facial redness. This cleanser didn't remove all makeup, so I recommend this as a second cleanse when you're wearing makeup or a primary cleanse in the morning.
I'm a huge fan of cleansing oils, and this one in particular is up there as one of my favourites. The oil consistency is thinner than most, and doesn't leave my skin feeling like the oil is still sitting on my face after washing it. It also does a great job at removing makeup. I like that it comes with a pump dispenser and clear packaging, so I can see when I'm running low. My only negative thoughts on this product is, it is a little expensive for some at $39.95, although that did last me 4 months using this twice a day. My other negative is that it's not as easy to purchase as other brands sold at supermarkets.
A gentle cleanser, great as a second cleanse, but not great at removing make up. I wouldn't repurchase this product only because it doesn't remove makeup, and it's expensive $49.50.
The first oil cleanser I've ever tried. I love this precleanse, although I have only purchased this once. The reason why is because I believe I have tried better products since being introduced to. It has a citrus smell and is easy to use and does not cleansers. The oil does a great job at removing all your makeup even winged eyeliner. One negative is the product seeps out the neck of the bottle so you lose some product out the side, and that it doesn't last long, and the price.
After educating myself on this cleanser and then using it, it quickly became a favourite of mine. It removes all makeup and excess oils and leaves your skin clean, hydrated and refreshed, no tight feeling afterwards. This is probably one of my favourite oil cleansers of all time.
Its an OK product, it has a thicker consistency than Emma Hardie Cleansing Balm, I'm just not sold, it removes make up fine, but I felt like it left a little oiliness residue on my skin, which then made me feel like I need to wash my face again.
I was pleasantly surprised by this product, I actually liked it, the gelée is bright orange and then emulsifies into a creamy orange colour when it comes in contact with water. Again does a thorough job at cleansing the skin and removing makeup. Quite expense at $46, mine got ruined when my hand was wet and I scooped some product out, it all emulsified and didn't return to its original state.
This product is the same as the other Coast to Coast product I reviewed above, but this product it suitable for skin that is dull/ dehydrated. My skin is dehydrated also, but if I had to pick I'd prefer the other Coast to Coast product the one for normal/ dry skin, as it felt more nourishing.
A cult favourite around the world. I personal have purchased 4 Emma Hardie Cleansers, so you can tell I'm a big fan. I'm much happier now that they sell this product in Australia, as I found it hard to order online and wait up to 2 weeks for my cleanser to arrive. It is pretty pricey, and I have tried many cleansers with the same consistency, but nothing seems to match up to Emma Hardie, they come close but no the exact dupe.
I use this as a second cleanser as it contains lactic acid that shouldn't be used around your eyes. So I pre cleanse with a oil cleanser/balm and preform a second cleanse with"Gentle Facial Cleanser". The lactic acid means it gives your skin a mild exfoliation while you cleanse. It's a great product but not mind blowing.
Love love love this product. The packaging is spot on, the pump is extremely handy. The cleanser removes all makeup even stubborn eye makeup without burning your eyes. My only con is the price, its super pricey and that its not easily available. Even with the expensive price tag I'd still buy this product again and again, because I love this product so much.