Thursday, May 15, 2014

Review on VICHY Purete thermale Softening Exfoliating Cream for Sensitive Skin

Normally, I prefer using cleansing water that contain AHA/BHA to exfoliate my face daily - because it doesn't feel to harsh and my skin look and feel nicer that way. But ever since a few months ago where John Little or Sasa stop stocking up my favourite Sana easy peel cleansing water ... I have been trying out a few cleansing water and they don't work as good as Sana :(

So I start using facial scrub (that is suitable for sensitive skin) they feel nice.. .but I still very much prefer using cleansing water.

I have been using VICHY Purete thermale Softening Exfoliating Cream for Sensitive Skin for awhile now and so far so good~



Ingredients list



This facial scrub doesn't feel like a scrub, more like a daily cleanser with mirco beads in it. Mild and suitable to use everyday. But I don't recommend to use it daily for sensitive skin. I used this 2 to 3 times per weeks (skipping a day in between).

  • This facial scrub doesn't form up well.. quite creamy and spread easily around the face
  • The mirco beads doesn't feel too coarse on the skin
  • After rinising off, skin feel smooth but not those "polished" type of smoothness we get from normal facial scrub (that they contains nut's shell instead of mirco beads)
  • Doesn't cause any skin irritation
  • No breaking-out
  • Does reduce some black heads
    But my T-zone produce too much sebum and this is too mild
    (I still need nose sheet to remove some of the black heads on my nose)
  • On hot and humid days... I will use this only on my nose and chin to double cleanse my T-zone!
That's why I prefer cleansing water to clear impurities daily as we produce sebum and trap dirt in our pores daily.

Over all.. this is a good alternative, else my skin will be full of bumps and seeds (no no no ... I don't want to picture that image!!!)

Vichy always have good scrubs and cleanser for acne prone skin or trouble skin (like sensitive skin or irritated skin) ... totally enjoy using.



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