An interesting product. Gel, hydrophilic oil, cleansing milk for the face. Apply 1-2 portions of gel, massage until creamy, then rinse thoroughly with warm water. Contains green tea, coffee, apricot, apple fruit extract. With regular use, it gently cleanses, tones the skin, helps maintain firmness and brightens the overall tone.
It is an intermediate between hydrophilic oil and hydrophilic balm. The same balm, but in a tube. It is much more convenient and hygienic to use. A gel drop with a pleasant fragrance has a rather weak emulsifying ability. It does not wash, foam, or bubble, and after use leaves a small film on the skin, like most hydrophilic washes. It is best suited for delicate cleansing of dry skin and capricious skin prone to redness. Combination and oily skin is not suitable.
The product is intended for the first stage of cleansing, like a hydrophilic oil or balm. It has the consistency of liquid honey, smells nice, emulsifies well, leaves a light film on the face, which can be successfully washed off with foam or gel. In general, it is a good product, it acts delicately, it is suitable for sensitive skin.
It did not immediately dawn on me that it was necessary not to squeeze the tube, but to press the spout, I was already ready to immediately launch this wash into the bucket, yes. It feels more like a hydrophilic oil than a gel, leaving a buttery-velvety feel on the skin.
In general, the tool is not entirely clear to me. As hydrophilic it certainly does not work. As the second stage of cleansing, I did not particularly like it either. I have a good attitude towards non-foaming products, but this is not something that does not rest, it does not even slip ... I threw it into a travel bag, its small size is its only plus (for me personally)