I want to quickly point out before anyone gets upset about this; skincare is not a ‘one size fit’s all’. Formula’s don’t perform well or horribly for everyone.
I had heard about this product for some time and finally gave in after the last product I had used. It was not cruelty-free. The Pixi Double cleanse is both cruelty-free and vegan. So I decided to buy it as well as a few other products from the Target website. I have been using it for some time now. I’m very familiar with my very sensitive skin. It seems as though my skin gradually became more and more reactive to this product. I’m not sure if it was one particular ingredient or a cross-contamination. There was more and more inflammation that seemed to occur with each use. Thankfully, I managed to find another use for this so this did not go to waste. It was a bit sad to me. Considering the fact my skin loves oil cleansing products. And this was one of the few that didn’t have beeswax or was $40 or more.
My decision to also not buy this again was coupled with the fact that it does not financially meet with the budget I have for myself when it comes to cleansers. But I also do not frequently shop on the Target website or store. And my local store does not sell a lot of the brands skincare. So I would have to go on the website and pay an additional tax and shipping for this one product. It’d be more worth it to me if I felt this product worked well. But unfortunately, it wasn’t the case.
With my own personal experience aside, I truly suggest you try this. I know people are scratching their head in confusion. Sensitivity is such an individual thing. My reaction to a product cannot be applied to you. I don’t think there is ever a skincare product that truly sucks 100% unless you somehow spontaneously burst into flames. It is still a reasonable priced, cruelty-free, vegan product that has worked well for many people.
Have you used this? Are you going to continue to use it if you do?