Love it!!!...Love this product!!...Great for dry skin, only ok for combination...And while this product is worth a try for dry skin, I agree that for oily skin this will probably come off feeling too greasy for comfort.
Which skin type is it good for?
What it is:
A whipped cleansing cream that moisturizes skin as it removes dirt, oil, impurities, and makeupeven stubborn waterproof mascara.
If you want to know more…
Cold Cream Moisturizing Cleanser + Makeup Remover is recommended as the first step in any skincare regimen. While traditional cleansers may leave skin feeling dry or stripped, Cold Cream moisturizes as it cleanses and gently removes dirt, oil, and makeup, including waterproof mascara. Unlike traditional cold cream cleansers, Kate’s Cold Cream is a lightweight, whipped texture that is non-greasy, won’t clog pores, or cause breakouts. Formulated with white Kiawe honey and a floral blend of jasmine, rose, and daisy extracts, it moisturizes as it cleanses to reveal soft, glowing skin.
What else you need to know:
This product is noncomedogenic and mineral oil-free. Why is it called Cold Cream? The name comes from the cold feeling the cream sometimes leaves on the skin upon application. Kate's Cold Cream does not feel as "cold" upon application as more traditional cold creams because it is lighter in texture and feels less oily.
The Kiawe trees stretch deep into an underground aquifer of fresh water that flows down from the volcanoes, tapping into this nutrient-rich source in the otherwise desert climate. The honey naturally crystallizes into an exceptionally creamy texture, creating a pearly white color.
- Rub a small amount of cold cream onto any dry, red, or flaky patches. The cold cream will help moisturize these areas and allow makeup to glide on more smoothly.
- Mess up when applying eye makeup? Use a cotton swab dipped in Cold Cream to erase any mascara smudges or cat eye mistakes.
In an independent clinical study, after just 1 use:
- 100% of women showed highly significant improvement in skin mositurization