The very fact that this has the word ‘flowers’ in the name was enough for me to be excited about this new release from L’oreal – not to mention how blinking beautiful the bottle looks! I’m a sucker for aesthetics. So, when I saw this on offer in my little beauty haven, Savers, I had to pick it up to see what it was like.
Here’s what I thought!
I’ve already touched on looks, but the packaging really is to die for – there are four products in the Fine Flowers range, including a toner, a gel cream wash, face wipes & this cleansing milk – all in baby pink, all looking good enough to whack in your basket because how PRETTY. Not to mention the fact that they really are a healthy size – the milk comes in a 400ml bottle, which when I bought it on offer for £3.99, I was chuffed about because this certainly looks like it’s going to last me a good while!
All the products are aimed at those of us with dry/sensitive skin – just another reason why I picked this up, as I do have sensitive and occasionally dry skin – and all are rose and jasmine scented. Let me tell you, it smells divine. Fresh, floral & clean.
It says it ‘removes make-up, cleanses & nourishes’ – it’s not lying! I still stick to using my eye makeup remover & face wipes just as it’s part of my routine, but then I’ve been using this after instead of washing my face -pumping a little on to a cotton wool pad (a little goes a long way!) as suggested, and smoothing over my skin – any remaining traces of makeup are removed, and I joke you not, my skin feels so smooth afterwards. Not too thick or thin in consistency, and it absorbs in to the skin beautifully.
I was dubious at first; I’ve been in such a routine of always washing my face without fail that I wasn’t sure a cleansing milk would leave my skin feeling as clean or as soft – I’m happy to say though, that it really does. I’m even finding that I don’t have to moisturise because my face feels that soft after use *does celebratory moonwalk*.
I really feel like I’m on to a winner here, and I’m definitely excited to try the other products in the Fine Flowers range. They recommend using the toner after the milk, so I think that’s what I’ll be after next!
Have a look over on Superdrug as the whole range is currently on offer, with the cleansing milk currently going for £3.99 (RRP £5.99!) – or if you’ve got a Savers store near you, have a look in there too, as it’ll be a similar price!
Let me know if you’ve tried this & what you think, or if you’ve tried any of the other products in the Fine Flowers range!
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