How Much Do You Spend On Beauty Products? La Roche-Posay Physiological Cleansing Milk - Review

As I've mentioned previously, I'm very naughty & far too lazy to bother with a skincare routine, preferring to use a make up removal wipe at the end of the day and not much else.


For the past 10 or so days I've been trying out La Roche-Posay Physiological Cleansing Milk* 


At £11.50 its quite pricey - and spending over a tenner on one skincare product is something I would never normally contemplate. I must admit I am slowly converting to the idea that perhaps some products actually do live up to the hype that surrounds them. 

For your money you get 200ml bottle which is a fair size that should last you well into 6 weeks. My maths isn't that great but 42 days divided by £11 works out approximately 3p a blob. When I think of it like that perhaps in the past I had been a bit of a pricey product miser.


It comes with an easy-to-use pump lid and you simply squirt a small amount of product onto a cotton pad and use on the face as directed. La Roche-Posay also boasts that it removes waterproof make up too, although I haven't had the chance to put this to the test yet.


The formula is a nice consistency; not too thick that it takes ages to sink in and not too thin that it dribbles down your face on application. It smells divine - even my usually indifferent boyfriend pointed out that my "face smelt nice" after using it for the first time. (...he is such a charmer!)


I have fairly sensitive skin and as this cleansing milk is soap-free, alcohol-free, parabem-free and has no colorant, it made a nice change for me to be able to use a lotion which had a pleasant, mild fragrance that did not bring me out in blotchy irritated red mess. 



My face was left super soft and moisturised. For someone so sceptical of high priced products I must admit I was mightily impressed and would happily depart with my hard earned cash to purchase this again.

Who knows, maybe I'll finally even dump my wet one's...! 

Do you have a favourite cleanser, or a budget on how much your willing to spend on skincare? 



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7 comments:

  1. I'm similar.. just bought the effaclar duo at £13, much more than I would usually spend (around a fiver) but I'm already seeing a difference in my skin..La Roche Posay have a alot to answer for! x

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  2. This sounds lovely, although probably not right for my skin type! I really want to get the Effaclar duo. xo

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  3. Really want to try this brand, I love skincare just hate the price! I'm having a blog sale towin a beauty box, and I would LOVE you to enter!!

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  4. Thank you for following doll! followed you back! great blog! and review love la roche possay!

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  5. This sounds like a nice product!

    Kimberley x

    http://kimberley77.blogspot.com

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  6. This sounds lovely! I really like the idea of cleansing milk, but they're not often very good for my skin type unfortunately xx

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  7. I love a good cleansing milk, and have heard so many good things about this product although I'm with you on the price thing so that may put me off buying it. Thank you for visiting my blog by the way lovely.

    www.rachael-victoria.blogspot.co.uk

    xx

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