Beauty, Cleansers

Cocokind Oil To Milk Cleanser Review

Our skin care regimen must include cleansing. If our faces are covered in grime, how can we apply serums and creams? It will just clog pores, irritate our skin, or possibly lead to unwanted breakouts. I’ve tried several cleansers in my capacity as a blogger, and thanks to my IPSY membership, I’ve learned about many more, including this one, the Cocokind Oil to Milk Cleanser.

It is an oil cleanser that we can actually wash off. This gentle cleanser transforms into milk upon contact with water, leaving skin soft, replenished, and hydrated. This product is centered around prebiotic fermented oat with vegan, gluten-free, and organic ingredients, that will take off the make-up and replenish the skin.

According to Cocokind, our skin hosts a diverse range of bacteria or microbes to keep it healthy and balanced. This prebiotic fermented oat which is included in the cleanser helps to create a healthy environment for the microbiome to thrive, where bacteria can obtain energy and nutrients to live and reproduce. As a result of this, the skin will be able to defend us from external pathogens, inflammation or irritation, and environmental stressors.

Benefits

🌸Daily gentle and non-disruptive cleansing
🌸Removes dirt and makeup without stripping your skin of moisture.
🌸Supports a healthy skin moisture barrier with a slightly acidic ph when mixed with water.

How To Use

With a slightly damp hands, massage a dime-sized amount of cleanser into dry skin to create a milky wash. Add more water for slip if needed. Rinse off and pat dry.

Ingredients

helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed oil, glycerin, vitis vinifera (grape) seed oil, water/aqua, sucrose laurate, avena sativa (oat) kernel oil, adansonia digitata seed oil*, sucrose stearate, tocopherol1, pelargonium graveolens flower oil, sucrose palmitate, anthemis nobilis flower oil, avena sativa (oat) kernel extract, lactobacillus ferment.

Due to my IPSY membership, I have the opportunity to evaluate this product. This one caught my attention because of its packaging and the several positive reviews I’ve read about it. I had never used oil to milk cleanser before, so I had high hopes for it. Nevertheless, based on what I had read, this product is suited for all skin types, so I started using it right away.

As you can see, the substance has a gel-like appearance and, when exposed to water, transforms into milk. It has a strong aroma of sunflower oil, which I don’t particularly enjoy.

The first day I used this product, I felt uncomfortable since I used it when I was taking my shower, thus I did not see any foamy result, just felt the oil which I was lathering on my skin. I felt that wasn’t quite enough, so I added more. I could feel the grease on my face. I was concerned since I didn’t feel like it was cleansing my skin, and I was scared that it could just clog my pores because it was so oily.

On the second day of use, I applied it in front of the mirror and watched the oil change into milk. It stayed thick and felt like I was putting petroleum jelly all over my face. I thought that it did not thoroughly wash away the filth and oil because there is an oil residue on my skin after using this. This one will work well for me if it is used as part of a double cleansing approach, where we may use it as the first step to properly remove the oil residue from this product.

Using this stuff makes me feel quite uncomfortable. Because of this product’s greasy or oily effect, I fear that if I use it frequently, I may develop breakouts. Although I am not the target market for this product, I do suggest it to anyone with dry skin and those searching for items for double cleansing. 😊

My Overall Rating

Rating: 2 out of 5.

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