I don't consistently put forth my brainwork on quintessential, since the border is blurry and it is essential anyway. No quintessential would be here unless noteworthy. I am also trying to merge my attention on Forest Essentials Delicate Facial Cleanser Mashobra Honey, Lemon & Rosewater here.
I started using Forest Essentials Delicate Facial Cleanser Mashobra Honey, Lemon & Rosewater in January (first week or so). And it lasted me for around 50 days, considering it was new and I took a week to get accustomed to the right amount.
I switched to Forest Essentials Delicate Facial Cleanser Kashmiri Saffron & Neem after emptying the former cleanser. And I am using it ever since: more than 6 months straight!
Usually I get bored with Cleansers and often switch them.
Price: 1075 INR for 200ml
Cruelty-free Status: Cruelty-Free
How did I use Forest Essentials Delicate Facial Cleanser Kashmiri Saffron & Neem:
Evening: I used this post Oil cleansing Method on days I wore makeup. And on days when I wore powder foundations, I massaged a pump on damp face and wiped off using a wash cloth.
Morning: I usually use a pump simply to remove the layer of grime, not stripping out the natural moisture. Some mornings I use two full pumps (for lather) for squeaky clean feeling.
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When I buy cleanser, I don't think of anything else except Cleansing without drying. I careless of all the magic ingredients that would aid anything but cleansing. So the ingredients Honey, Lemon, Saffron and Rosewater didn't matter to me. But somehow my skin looked brighter with the former ( Rosewater I assume.)
This doubles up as an eye makeup remover, since it does not sting. I used this to effortlessly remove long wearing eye makeup without dragging the eye area (except for the Inglot Gel Eyeliner.)
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Reasons you would love Forest Essentials Delicate Facial Cleanser Kashmiri Saffron & Neem:
* If you are looking for gentlest cleanser, that foams and cleans without drying.
* If you want a double duty cleanser + makeup remover.
* If you're looking for a Cruelty-free and Vegan alternative.
I do have but one constraint: the ingredients list, or the base used for as foaming agent. But I have no issues with this so far. Closing this with the price tag, I don't personally spend so much on a cleanser but looking at how less you need and it last for months. I think I would make a life changing decision of adhering to this.
Repurchase: Almost yes. Since I prefer using this for makeup removal than Bioderma Micellar Water (Non-Cruelty-free)
I have an unopened Kama Ayurveda Rose & Jasmine Cleanser & The Body Shop DOL cleanser; I need to try La Roche Posay Lipikar Syndet (Non-cruelty-free) maybe.