Oil cleansing is mild but time consuming. They are sticky.
Surfactant cleansers are harsh on the skin, but are quick, feel good, and often don't require a W-wash.
This Infinity Treatment Cleansing Cream is a middle ground between those two types of cleansing. .
It is oil-based, but also contains surfactants to provide clear cleansing, while not leaving a sticky residue. It also allows for quick cleansing while maintaining a rather high level of safety.
At first glance, this formula seems like a good thing, but what are the results of the analysis?
Slightly milder for skin, intended for firm removal.
The base of this cleanser is oil. The base of this cleanser is an oil, a combination of triethylhexanoin with a slightly light touch and mineral oil with a heavy oily feel.
If you look at it simply as an oil base, there is no risk of irritating your skin, and it is a base that can remove a good amount of makeup.
The stickiness is not strong, but it will feel wetter than a surfactant base.
This is the kind of cleansing.
This is where several surfactants come into play as additives.
There's sodium stearoyl methyl taurine, PEG-20 glyceryl triisostearate, and even sodium lauryl sulfate! The meaning of these surfactants would be to increase cleansing efficiency and improve the feel. These surfactants are used to improve cleansing efficiency and feel, and provide the convenience of not needing to wash your face.
However, it goes without saying that Na lauryl sulfate has a strong degreasing power, so aftercare is essential. .
It can be said that this cleansing cream is for people who prioritize high makeup removal ability because they need to worry about skin dryness.
A small amount of sodium lauryl sulfate is added.
This is a point of concern for anyone who is concerned about the presence of sodium lauryl sulfate. This is the question. As in this case, the small amount of Na Lauryl Sulfate is expected to act as an emulsifier and quality stabilizer rather than a cleanser, so there is no need to be afraid of it.
However, it is clearly more degreasing than not, so it is not a pleasant formula. There is no need to fear it more than necessary.
Plant extracts are capable.
Although not the most important element of a cleanser, the plant extracts in this product are of high quality.
These include Tibetan ginseng root extract, argan oil, edelweiss extract, and prickly pear extract, all of which have high anti-inflammatory and skin conditioning properties.
It's just too good to rinse off.
Is the cleanser usable?
There are many different types of cleansers, but creams are the ones that tend to be the most half-baked.
It's not oil, it's not water, it's a mixture of the two. If you're not very careful, you can easily lose the balance.
This cleansing cream feels not bad, but I don't have the impression that it is at an ideal level.