Wednesday, February 7, 2018

An affordable Makeup Remover? Pond's Cold Cream Cleanser

Ponds Cold Cream Cleanser

If you're looking for an affordable, and effective makeup remover, stick around I have something I want to tell you about. In all honesty, if I would have seen this on the shelves, I would have never picked this up on my own. I heard about it through the blogging community. It's not a product that you hear about frequently but it has been around for so long. It's a "tried an true" product that I wanted to test out. I've been using this for about a month, and let me tell you- it works. At the end of the day, I want a makeup remover that will remove my makeup, not burn my eyes and leave my skin feeling hydrated and not stripped. This cold cleanser does all of the above. I wash my hands, take a small amount of the cream out of the pot and apply it to my face. I massage the cream into my skin, around my eyes and the makeup melts away. I use a polyester cold to wipe it away, and then I wash my face as usual. It's so quick, easy and no panda eyes in the morning.

I'm quickly learning that I like balms and cream cleansers to remove my makeup over other cleansers. I've tried oils, and micellar waters-  both have not worked for me. I refuse to use makeup wipes, it's too expensive and I haven't found any that I really liked. Oils feel messy, and micellar waters burn my eyes.  If the Pond's Cold Cream feels a little too thick, I quickly dip my hand under the faucet to add a little bit of water to thin it out. My skin feels so hydrated and refreshed when I'm done. As a first step to remove my makeup, I couldn't ask for more. It does it's job wonderfully. It does have a slight scent to it, but nothing that would bother me and I'm very sensitive to scents. 

14 comments:

  1. So glad you decided to try this one!! I'm still using this as well and have back ups on hand. It's so hard to find products that beat the efficacy and price point of this makeup remover

    Sam Hodgett || Beauty & Lifestyle Bits

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  2. Back in the day I have used this cream for so long but not as a cleanser. It was used as a facial massage cream. It has been a long time have not used it and Ponds is such a great brand. Loved your review will definitely get it. :-)

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  3. I have to give this a try again. It's always on sale in a 2 pack at Walmart

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  4. This brings back so many memories because my Mam used it years ago and I used to try it too! xx

    Beautylymin

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  5. I feel like micellar water hardly removes make up
    ||Caitlin|| http://caitlinpaigexox.blogspot.co.uk

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  6. Once you try creams & balms, its hard to go back! LOL I know I haven't. My grandmother used this and now I can see why. It's really good. I'll have to revisit it. Less expensive then what I'm using now.
    http://www.averysweetblog.com/

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  7. I like a remover that hydrates! I use soap to remove make-up (I know)...but I'll definitely look into this!

    -L.
    LenaRevealed.com

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  8. This is actually something I used when I was in high school!

    xx Alyssa | STYLE VANITY

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  9. Nice review, thanks for sharing!
    I am gonna need that one.

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    Alex

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  10. This is a cult favourite and a classic for a good reason! I personally have never tried it before but it's a best seller where I work.

    Shireen⎜Reflection of Sanity

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  11. Thanks for the review. It sounds great!

    Gemma x
    www.jacquardflower.uk

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  12. Ooooh this stuff is legendary!! I need to finally try it! xx HautePinkPretty

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  13. I've heard about this from the blogging community too! I have such high expectations for this product now, lol. Definitely want to try it though!

    Sam / My Beauty Cloud

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