I don't know about you guys but their seems to have been a switch from the traditional toner to products such as conditioning milks. For me I love my Simple Toner and I don't ever plan on getting rid of it out of my routine! For me it feels amazing after taking off my makeup of an evening to really get those pores clean. Recently I rediscovered this Olay Gentle Cleanser. In all honestly I saw the craze of conditioning milk coming back and dug this out of my 'products I need to finish ASAP as they are cluttering my room' list. My initial thoughts? I love this and I can't see why I ever chucked it out of my routine!
Above: Olay Gentle Cleansers Conditioning Milk
So why did I ever initially buy this? Well when I first bought this I wanted a lazy way to take off my makeup and also moisturize my skin at the same time. Simply because I was young and I could not be bothered. However now that I have an actual skin routine I take the time to rub this on my skin and if actually helps re-hydrate my skin especially after a day out in the sun or a full day of wearing makeup.
Above: The Conditioning Milk itself
The product itself is a white solution and I apply this by getting a cotton pad and rubbing the solution on to my face. This cleanser is intended and labeled as use for 'mild everyday cleansing' and it lives up to this, it will help remove left over makeup as well as conditioning the skin!
Overall this is one of those products that you just re-grab and fall back in love with. The price is around £2 and the packaging has changed now so for £2 I will definitely be buying this again! For that price you get 200ml worth of product. For those of you that have never tried a conditioning milk this is a great way to sort of test if you like what conditioning milks have to offer!
Now on to my positives and negatives as usual!
- Easily accessible online and in stores
- Cleans left over make-up off and also makes the skin soft after use
- No real special point or wow factor element which is probably why I fell out of love with this product at one point!
So have you guys tried conditioning milk? What are your opinions? Let me know in the comments below!