SVR Sensifine Anti Pollution Dual Cleansing Balm

the SVR Sensifine Anti Pollution Dual Cleansing Balm is a product for sensitive and intolerant skin, formulated with nine ingredients. These include shea butter, coconut oil, and sunflower wax.

After using it, I will bring you my opinion.


Composition:

Isopropyl palmitate, Butyrospermum parkii (Shea) butter, Cocos Nucifera (coconut) oil, C10-18 triglycerides, Peg-7 glyceryl cocoate, Helianthus annuus (sunflower) seed wax, hydrogenated vegetable oil, pentaerythrityl tetra-di-t-butyl hydroxyhydrocinnamate, citric acid.

Quantity and Price:

The tube contains 100 ml and the price is between 12 and 15 euros. I bought it from the Lookfantastic website.

Personal experience:

– texture: The texture is a balm in itself and once massaged in it turns into an oil that emulsifies when in contact with water.

The most important detail is that it is hardly greasy. Nor is it like The Body Shop oil, which, although greasy, removes well. It’s also not like Coolmethics, especially suitable for those who want authentic hydration in addition to hydration. So if you run away from oils because you don’t like the feeling they leave but you really need them so as not to tear your skin or eyelashes when you remove make-up and you want a product of this type that emulsifies with water, it is one very good option (the best at the moment).

– Does it hurt your eyes? It’s very soft on the eyes and without cloudy or stinging, while it’s more respectful than other similar products in that sense, but when it gets into the eyes it shows up naturally.

– Does it scratch your skin? It doesn’t harm the skin. I say this because sometimes I’ve noticed in the texture that there are microgranules, but at no point did you notice the friction

– Odor: The smell is a slight coconut flavor. I am very grateful that the aroma is not perceived as such, as the coconut and I have a complicated relationship. It is reminiscent of the aroma of Shea, but with modifications to the formulation.

– It works out? Yes, it removes all products from the face very well, but I need the typical compressed cloth or microfiber cloth (such as the one from Primark) so that no residue is left in the eyes. Exactly, I’m surprised how good it works on the eyes, but it’s true that there can be some residue if the famous Inglot Duraline has been used in the eyeliner gel.

The only thing that has failed me at times is the fact that you have to shake it thoroughly before using it as sometimes only oil came out and then the balm was diluted a bit. While at other times the texture was a full bodied cream. I didn’t shake it at first, but over time I noticed oil leaking out. Maybe I should have done it much earlier

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