La Roche Posay Micellar Water Ultra Review

La Roche Posay Micellar Water Ultra Review

I'm a big fan of these brands that are drugstore available, aren't quiet considered 'high-end', but they've proven to me that they work so well with my skin. La Roche-Posay is definitely one of them, and I'm excited to share their new Micellar Water Ultra.

The Micellar Water Ultra comes in 3 different formulations for different skin concerns:

•  Sensitive Skin
•  Dry to Reactive Skin
•  Oily Skin


It retails for $19.95 each, which for a 400 ml bottle is a very competitive price when compared to the other micelle waters on the market.

What La Roche-Posay brings to the table with these, is they introduce the 'Glyco-Micellar' technology, which just means the power of micelle solution with glycerin. Generally the result should be an easier glide with less rubbing using a cotton pad, and skin feeling more comfortable because of the glycerin ingredient.

La Roche Posay Micellar Water Ultra for Sensitive Skin, Dry to Reactive Skin, Oily Skin

Well which one do I buy? The differences don't seem like much tbh. The Micellar Water Ultra for Sensitive Skin has a light, hypoallergenic fragrance and hydrating glycerin and gently removes makeup, dirt, impurities without stripping the skin. It has no soap, no colorants, no alcohol, and no parabens.

The Micellar Water Ultra for Dry to Reactive Skin contains 5% glycerin (the highest amount compared to the other two) and is designed to increase hydration immediately, which delicately cleansing. It is fragrance-free with no soap, no colorants, no alcohol, and no parabens.

And lastly, the Micellar Water Ultra for Oily Skin is enriched with Zinc, and effective in removing dirt, oil, impurities and makeup without drying. It also contains no soap, no colorants, no alcohol, no parabens, and a hypoallergenic fragrance.

The descriptions probably still leave you thinking about which one to try, right? I would be feeling the same right now. But I put them to the test the best that I could. So they generally work the same, the scents are slightly different but all have hints of the general 'La Roche-Posay' signature "fresh" scent. The Sensitive Skin has almost no fragrance and is very light. I found the one that worked the best to actually remove my makeup was the Oily Skin and second favourite was the Sensitive Skin. I didn't find the Dry to Reactive Skin did as much makeup removing. Maybe they focused to much on not drying out the skin with this one.., and in return it isn't as effective.

Again, they are generally the same... formulation is very similar, but if I had to repurchase I would definitely get the Oily Skin Micellar Water just because I felt like it worked a bit better.

La Roche Posay Micellar Water Ultra Review

As you can see they remove foundation makeup well. It didn't remove my liquid liner or lipstick as well as I'd hoped, but this was expected. Also don't even bother trying it with (waterproof) mascara. This is strictly best for removing foundation. I don't expect micellar waters to do this though, I mainly just base them on whether they can remove my foundation properly or not. I usually expect it to remove lipstick as well, and this one will remove lipstick but it won't take off stubborn liquid lipsticks, unfortunately.

La Roche Posay Micellar Water Ultra Review

The price point is great at $19.95 CAD. It's highly competitive with the micellar waters out on the market as I mentioned, but I wish they did perform slightlyy better. I'd consider the formula of all of them pretty mild, but I did feel like the Oily Skin worked the best and I kept going back to that one while I was testing these. So I'd suggest trying that one first if you are looking into a new micellar water. You can find them at drugstores in Canada. Check here for your nearest location.

These products were received for consideration. All opinions are my own and are never influenced by anyone. 

Empties #8: Early 2016

empties for 2016

Apparently I don't like to post about my empties, even though I accumulate them in my basement and they pretty much stare at me every day. I have finished a lot more in 2016, but these photos were finished quite a while ago and I guess they got a little lost in my files. These are probably from the first half of 2016 (I know, it's sad this hasn't gotten up until now).

I do like to do round-ups of my empties though, so I think I will be aiming to do them 2-3 times a year from now on. I don't actually finish a lot of products often because I always end up saving products that I like, while testing something new. AND then I don't ever want to use the product that I liked because I have like 1/4 of it left and it's $40 or something ridiculous to repurchase, haha.

So here's a little round-up of the products I finished up from early 2016 and whether or not I would repurchase.

empties for 2016

Swisspers Organic Cotton Rounds: I always repurchase these. Just plain affordable cotton pads from Walmart.
Purchase: Yes

St. Tropez Self Tan Bronzing Mousse: Always repurchasing this one too. One of the best self-tanners on the market and so easy to find.
Purchase: Yes

L'Oreal Elnett Satin Hairspray Deluxe Sample: I actually already repurchased this one on sale at a warehouse sale, but I don't ever really use hairspray often so in the future I probably wouldn't buy again.
Purchase: No

Yves Rocher Express Cleanser for Sensitive Eyes: Favouriteee oil-based makeup remover. Doesn't sting eyes and I use it daily. It removes everything.
Purchase: Yes

Kiss My Face Pomegranate Acai Moisturizer*: I really liked this at first, specifically for the scent and whipped texture, it absorbed so quickly into my skin. I wouldn't repurchase this solely for the fact that it went bad on me a lot quicker than expected. I was using it daily and it just started to smell bad. I was sad I had to waste product! If it would last a teeny bit longer it'd definitely make it onto my 'to buy' list.
Purchase: No

Bath And Body Works Snow Kissed Citrus & Maple Sugar Kiss Foaming Soap: Forever repurchasing these too. Best scented soaps and so worth it (when they're on sale).
Purchase: Yes

empties for 2016

Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Eye Serum: I really like this eye serum but every time I go looking for it, it's crazy expensive. I do still have other eye creams I'm finishing up but I would definitely consider this when I'm done all of them.
Purchase: Yes

Clarins Radiance-Plus Golden Glow Booster: I bought this because I wanted something to add to my moisturizer but would give me a glow/gradual tan. Does exactly what it says and it lasts quite a while because you are only using drops at a time.
Purchase: Yes

Bioderma Sebium Pore Refiner Sample: I did like this, but I wasn't sure exactly what it was doing to my skin. It feels nice and refreshing, but I didn't notice it did anything special to my pores. Not sure I would repurchase, I do have a full-size and will continue trying it out.
Purchase: Unsure

Maybelline Master Conceal Camoflaging Concealer in Light: I do really like this concealer, I wouldn't use it for night's out but for a daily basis it works well.
Purchase: Yes

Stila Brush (that's probably fake): I don't remember how I got this..I feel like I traded it or got it in a swap. I really don't think it's real because it is kind of crappy. I don't really see any good use for it so I'd rather just toss it or see if I can give it to anyone.
Purchase: No

Replica Mac 187: Replica...don't remember how I got this but it's broken now. Didn't ever work well and I'd never suggest buying fake mac brushes because they suck apparently.
Purchase: No

empties for 2016

Tony Moly Intense Care Snail Hydro-gel Mask: I don't really have an opinion on this because I can't remember if it was good or not. I do have more and will definitely try them again.
Purchase: Unsure

Masque Bar Anti Blemish-Prone Mud Mask: I like these Masque Bar masks. This is a clay masque but I really wish they came packaging in a tub or something. I find that I can use one of these pouches for 3 different sessions. Not sure if they sell them anymore but I'd definitely pick some up again.
Purchase: Yes

Downy Unstopables Scent Booster Samples: I know not a beauty product, but I had to include these because I'm proud of myself when I finish laundry detergents and stuff. These smell so good and they really make my clothes smell awesome for weeks. It's like I never knew what fresh laundry smelt like until now.
Purchase: Yes

Laniege Water Bank Moisture Cream Sample: Purchase: Unsure
Softsoap Fresh Glow Body Wash Sample: Purchase: Unsure
Klorane Shampoo Sample: Purchase: Unsure
L'Occitane Repairing Shampoo Sample: Purchase: Unsure

Don't think I had enough product to try to make decisions on whether or not I would repurchase any of these samples above, unfortunately. I always hate that about packet samples!

What have you finished lately?

 (*) Indicating I received the product for review.

L'Occitane Shea Butter Foaming Cleanser & Intense Hand Balm

L'Occitane Shea Butter Foaming Cleanser and Intense Hand Balm Review

L'Occitane has been my skin saviour recently; helping me get through the cold winter months and transition to spring here in Canada! They always have a brand focus on moisture, specifically Shea Butter, and I have two products from the line to share with you today; the Shea Foaming Cleanser and Shea Butter Intensive Hand Balm!

L'Occitane Shea Butter Foaming Cleanser and Intense Hand Balm Review

L'Occitane's Shea Foaming Cleanser is probably one of the most gentle cleansers I've tried to date. It contains 125 ml and retails for $28 CAD, although not the cheapest of cleansers, a little goes a long way so I can see this lasting for quite a while. I've used it daily for the past month and haven't noticed that Iv'e used much product (but also, the tube is not see-through so it's really hard to tell). It contains 5% shea oil and has a light scent. It has a cream/milky texture, not too thick or runny at all. It cleans my skin without stripping it of natural moisture. It lathers just enough that you don't need to use a lot at all. It claims that it does remove makeup and impurities, and while I tested it and it worked to remove my foundation, I do just prefer to use a makeup remover first to make sure I get everything off.

The L'Occitane Shea Butter Intensive Hand Balm comes in a 150 ml tube and retails for $40 from L'Occitane. This one contains a high amount of Shea Butter, 25% to protect skin from cold or any uncomfortable dryness. It's enriched with allantoin to soothe the skin immediately. It definitely does what it says, creating a barrier for the skin and instantly making it feel protected. It is a thick cream, you can feel it's there but it isn't overly oily on the skin or anything. The only thing I don't like about this is that because it's so thick, it's a little difficult to get out of the aluminum tube packaging. The scent isn't for everyone, it is a little 'mature' so to speak and I do prefer the cleanser over the hand balm because the scent is a lot lighter.

L'Occitane Shea Butter Foaming Cleanser and Intense Hand Balm Review
L'Occitane Shea Butter Foaming Cleanser (left), L'Occitane Shea Butter Intense Hand Balm (right)

You can find the Shea Foaming Cleanser, and the Shea Butter Intense Hand Balm at http://ca.loccitane.com/!

These products were received for consideration. All opinions are my own and are never influenced by anyone. 

Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner Review + Lip Swatches

Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner Review and Swatches

Lip liners seemed to have disappeared from a makeup junkie's stash of 'essentials' for a while, but the has made it's way back into 2017. Don't get me wrong, I love a good lip liner but they are not always something that a makeup lover gets excited about. It's usually about the newest liquid lipstick, or matte lipstick. 

But the new Plumpline Lip Liner's from Buxom are definitely going something to think about putting on your radar..

Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner Review and Swatches
Box packaging of each lip liner

Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner Review and Swatches

The Buxom Plumpline Lip Liners retail for $20 CAD, and are the newest lip product release from Buxom as of January 2017. They've released 20 shades so far and I have 8 of them to share with you.

The pencils themselves are jumbo-sized for the ability to define, shape, and fill in the lips. 

One side is the pencil lip colour, the other side is a brush to smooth out or blend the colour. 

Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner Review and Swatches

These to me really aren't lip liners at all, more of a lipstick but for the sake of their name I will continue to call them liners. The pencil is so hugeee, and the colour is so pigmented you don't need to top it off with a lipstick at all.

 I really don't usually have a thing for lip liners because of their strong pencil scent, so at first I was like ehhh. But I quickly got over it. Once it's applied it didn't bother me, actually, you don't even notice the lip liner is on your lips at all. They are so light, matte, and non-sticky at all. I find myself being able to re-apply as often as I'd like without having to worry about sore lips later. The Plumpline Lip Liners all seem to be matte formulas.

Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner Review and Swatches

The brush end really isn't necessary at all. I feel like it was a bit of a waste and I'd prefer to have a tiny bit more product. Also, I got really frustrated every time I opened the brush end thinking that it was the lip colour side when I was in a rush.

Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner Review and Swatches
Stealth, Dolly Danger, Incognito, Restricted, Intrigue, Code Red, Anonymous Allure, Mystery

Swatches:

Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner Review and Swatches

Lip Swatches:


Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner in Stealth Swatch
Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner in Stealth Worn
Stealth

Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner in Dolly Danger Swatch
Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner in Dolly Danger Worn
Dolly Danger

Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner in Incognito Swatch
Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner in Incognito Worn
Incognito

Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner in Restricted Swatch
Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner in Restricted Worn
Restricted

Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner in Intrigue Swatch
Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner in Intrigue Worn
Intrigue

Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner in Code Red Swatch
Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner in Code Red Worn
Code Red

Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner in Anonymous Allure Swatch
Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner in Anonymous Allure Worn
Anonymous Allure

Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner in Mystery Swatch
Buxom Plumpline Lip Liner in Mystery Worn
Mystery

I was surprised at how highly pigmented these were, and they are quite matte! I love a matte lip and I'm so happy with how all of these shades look. If I had to choose 3 favourites, they'd be 'Incognito (warm nude), Dolly Danger (mauve pink), and Restricted' (rose red). I think the only one that didn't flatter my skin tone or lips was Intrigue. I think it made my lips pop way too much and I just wasn't feeling this one.

In regards to the plumping aspect, I DID notice my lips were quite full when I applied these. However, I do already have full lips so take that with a grain of salt. There is no tingling effect or anything, and I notice the plumpness instantly, so it must be something in the actual colour itself that gives the 'plump' look. OR it's just an illusion because the shades are so matte (will we ever know?!).

I found myself wearing these daily and not having to worry about transfer or any major smudging. As I mentioned, they are light, matte, and don't give me major dry or sore lips. For darker shades it's a little more concerning, but it does take a bit (of eating) to see any real reason to reapply. Overall I'd definitely purchase one again when I run out. I think it's an interesting product and definitely something to at least try once. $20 CAD isn't too bad and I have no doubt that one will last me a long time. The Buxom Plumpline Liners are available at Sephora stores and Sephora.ca.

These products were received for consideration. All opinions are my own and are never influenced by anyone. 

Tangle Teezer Customized Compact Styler Hair Brush!

Tangle Teezer Customized Compact Styler Hair Brush Review

I know you've seen this hair brush before! Tangle Teezer is a UK brand, focused on helping you detangle your hair with minimal tugging and "ouch!" while introducing new and fun designs at the same time. 2008 was the first launch of the original brush and the brand has exploded since then.

The brush I have here is the Compact Styling Hairbrush. Is that A Lovely Allure logo on it!? Yes it is! I was able to customize my own brush with a graphic via the Tangle Teezer website!

Tangle Teezer Customized Compact Styler Hair Brush Review
The website gives you the option of customizing the Compact Style Brush only, but you are able to add your own graphic to the brush, or use a premade design from the website. They have 8 different colours available for the top and bottom of the brush but I stuck with the basics. I thought it would be awesome to use my actual logo on the brush, despite the fact that it only fit (nicely) diagonally!

Tangle Teezer Customized Compact Styler Hair Brush Review
Tangle Teezer Customized Compact Styler Hair Brush Review

The brush is customized and arrives to you like this, in a cute tiny black box. The quality of the graphic was better than I expected. The brush was a lot smaller than I expected, but it's shaped with the proper 'curves' and fits perfectly in the palm of my hand.

Tangle Teezer Customized Compact Styler Hair Brush Review

It includes a detachable cover, that slips on and off of the brush easily.

Tangle Teezer Customized Compact Styler Hair Brush Review

The Tangle Teezer uses a two-tier teeth system to prevent as much fuss, breakage, and damage as possible. I've tried the Blow Styling Hairbrush before but this was my first time actually trying a Detangling Brush from Tangle Teezer. The brush is ideal for either wet or dry hair, I personally prefer to brush my hair only when it's dry anyway. The brush detangled my hair gently, and I was able to avoid adding any unnecessary tangles like some brushes (that I've used in the past) do. Also, this brush is a great head massager! If my scalp is itchy, this thing is my saviour.

Tangle Teezer Customized Compact Styler Hair Brush Review

I would 100% recommend trying a Tangle Teezer brush out at least once! It is a great investment and it won't break the wallet.

You can get a regular Compact Styler for $25 CAD. Currently, on the Tangle Teezer website, you can get a personalized Compact Styler for roughly £16.67 + £2.97 shipping which amounted to roughly $32 CAD (with the exchange rate). I wouldn't hesitate to pay an extra few dollars for a personal customized brush. A lot of people haven't tried the Tangle Teezer brand and I think it's a great gift idea and great to buy for yourself as well.

Press sample received for consideration

Schwarzkopf Gliss Ultimate Repair Review

Schwarzkopf Gliss Hair Repair Ultimate Repair Review

GLISS Hair Repair is an affordable line of hair products by Schwarzkopf that just launched in North America! At first I thought this was a new sub-brand from Schwarzkopf.. but Gliss has actually been around for 50+ years in Europe! They've only just launched in Canada and the US for March 2017. 

Schwarzkopf is well known for their salon professional hair products but the GLISS line is reasonably priced and can be found at in drugstores, (it is available at Shoppers Drug Mart in Canada). 

The entire Gliss line is focused on addressing hair repair. 

The 5 Gliss lines available in Canada are:

Schwarzkopf Gliss Hair Repair Canada Launched
Ultra Moisture, Extra Volume, Ultimate Repair, Color Guard, Oil Nutritive

I had the choice of one, and I chose the Ultimate Repair to help fix my extremely damaged, ombre/balayage hair. Each line has a shampoo, conditioner, and matching hair treatment.

Schwarzkopf Gliss Hair Repair Ultimate Repair Review

It seems the majority of the GLISS formulas contain keratin (I know the Ultra Moisture, Ultimate Repair, and Oil Nutritive have it), but the Ultimate Repair contains 3x the amount of liquid keratin than the others. It's designed to repair up to 10 layers of lost keratin, and get hair up to 90% stronger.

I noticed my hair feels soft and airy when using the shampoo and conditioner duo. A little refreshed as well. The scent is so lovely. It is like a summer coconut and just smells so relaxing. 

The Express Repair Conditioner is the real winner though! This is a leave-in conditioner. It looks like a bottle of cream and oil but when shaken it mixes up, and you then spray it everywhere!! If my hair is dry I like to spray it on the ends only. But I go to town with this when my hair is damp. I like that it doesn't make my hair feel oily or weigh it down at all, but leaves it smooth.

Schwarzkopf Gliss Hair Repair Ultimate Repair Review
I was also sent a portrait of myself! So beautifully done by Monica Smiley.

The GLISS Hair Repair brand is available in Canada at Shoppers Drug Mart and retail price is roughly $9.99. I like that it's kind of a drugstore intro to the Schwarzkopf brand, and I would definitely purchase a set once I've finished up the shampoos on my shelf.

Press sample received for consideration

Real Techniques Brush Cleansing Palette

real techniques brush cleansing palette review

Everyone's coming out with an easier way to clean your brushes lately! I'm a fan of Real Techniques because they have good quality stuff, but are also reasonably priced. The new Real Techniques Brush Cleansing Palette retails for $19.99 CAD, and contains 3 different patterns on the palette (for optimal brush cleaning?)..

real techniques brush cleansing palette review

The palette comes with a sample pack of their new Brush Cleansing Gel as well.

real techniques brush cleansing palette review

The back of the palette has a slit for your hand so it's easy to hold.

real techniques brush cleansing palette review

I don't know why but after trying the palette a few times it just wasn't meeting my expectations. I think maybe it's due to the fact that it's completely silicone, it had a hard time cleaning my 'heavier stained' brushes. My liquid foundation brushes just weren't getting cleaned, the foundation was getting stuck onto the silicone and was getting put back onto my brush. A little bit of a pain in the butt. I used the Real Techniques Brush Cleansing Gel (which smells awesome btw), I also tried it with 2 alternative soaps and got similar results.

It did a much better job of cleaning my brushes that I use with powder products. But I don't think it's a good investment if you're trying to clean foundation brushes with this (like I had intended).

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Overall, I think this is the first Real Techniques product I've tried that I don't really like. I'm kind of on the fence about it. The concept is sooo good and I really wanted to like it, but I wanted it solely for my foundation brushes and it doesn't do a great job of cleaning them (as mentioned above). I think it works well for brushes that only have powder residue on them (eyeshadow brushes, blush, bronzer, highlighter brushes, etc).

If you want to put it to the test, you can find the Deep Brush Cleansing Palette online at FarleyCo and the link will also show you other locations where the product is available. It can also be found at select Rexall Pharma Plus, and select London Drugs. I believe I've also spotted it on Amazon.

Press sample received for consideration

Ole Henriksen Skincare Regime & The ReLaunch!

ole henriksen skincare regime and relaunch 2017

Ole Henriksen is a brand I haven't spoke much about before. I've only recently started to regularly use their products and I do have good things to say. The brand is not a new brand, starting out as a spa and a small mail-order only skincare collection in the 80s. It has grown into such a popular collection, with Sephora being the #1 place to find Ole products.

I had the opportunity to meet and talk to Ole himself, back in August. It was such a great experience and I was also pampered by some of his awesome products! I took home a few things to more throughly test but haven't gotten around to writing about it until now. 

Ole Henriksen meet and greet
Hi Ole!

Beginning 2017... Ole actually re-launched ALL of the Ole Henriksen products

Actually, a lot of products seem to be removed from the line, but the favourites and bestsellers are here to stay. The packaging and a few names have changed, but as far as I know the products are still the same. 

I have the old packaging, and unfortunately one of the products is being discontinued.

Ole Henriksen Clean Truth Foaming Cleanser Review

The Ole Henriksen African Red Tea Foaming Cleanser, now called The Clean Truth Foaming Cleanser ($38 CAD) smells yummy and fruity. It is a foam cleanser in a decently sized bottle and contains anti-oxidant african red tea, pumpkin extract, black currant oil, and vitamin C. The ingredients list has slightly changed along with the packaging change but nothing too drastic. 

I use this every morning and have almost finished the bottle. It doesn't remove makeup. It also doesn't leave my skin feeling dry and is easy to use and wash off. It's paraben and sulfate free! 

I love this cleanser and would definitely think about purchasing this one, but I'd have to weigh out whether the cost is worth it. 

Ole Henriksen The Clean Truth Foaming Cleanser
The Clean Truth Foaming Cleanser's new look

Ole Henriksen Sheer Transformation Perfecting Moisturizer review

Ole's Sheer Transformation Oil-Free Perfecting Creme, now called the Sheer Transformation Perfecting Moisturizer ($38 CAD for 50 ml) is designed for all skin types and probably their bestselling moisturizer. It's oil-free, contains vitamin C, licorice root and pea extract to improve dark spots and discolouration. 

This is another Ole product I've been using daily. I somehow seem to always go for this one when I see it on my counter. It just does so well under my makeup, it's so light on my skin and is easy to apply. I think I'd purchase this one over the cleanser, just seeing as I know it'll last longer in the end so it'd be better value for me.

Ole Henriksen Sheer Transformation Perfecting Moisturizer
The Sheer Transformation Perfecting Moisturizer's new look

Ole Henriksen Uplifting Transformation Eye Gel review

The Ultimate Lift Eye Gel, now called the Uplifting Transformation Eye Gel ($52 CAD) smells soooo good, like cucumbers. It designed for evening use only, to tone, hydrate and reduce puffiness. It contains cucumber and algae extracts and bio-peptide. The instructions are to apply it all over the eye and lids, even up to the brow bone for full hydration. 

You can definitely feel the extremely hydrating properties when it touches your skin and a slight cooling because of the cucumber. This is probably one of the more fun eye creams to apply (heh) because it feels like liquid jelly! I do like to use it about once or twice a week. 

Ole Henriksen Uplifting Transformation Eye Gel
The Uplifting Transformation Eye Gel's new look

Ole Henriksen Total Truth Eye Creme Review

The Total Truth Eye Creme with SPF 15 (discontinued) seems to be discontinued for 2017. I guess I can understand why this one is being discontinued. I mean, I don't have anything hate for it, but it is a little thick, hard to spread under the eyes, and my makeup doesn't apply very well on top of it. 

I do prefer to use this one for night but I think it is targeted for daytime use because it has SPF 15 and smells like spf. I did like that it contained vitamin C, omega 3 extracts, micro algae and tri-peptide 5 (to hydrate and firm). 

Ole Henriksen Truth on the Glow Cleansing Cloths review

The Clean Truth Cleansing Cloths, now called the Truth on the Glow Cleansing Cloths are $36... but for 100 which actually makes it a decent price (I think). The size pictured is the 30 wipes, but I can't seem to find this one for sale on Sephora's website right now... so unsure if they will still sell it in this size. 

I really enjoyed the cloths, they removed my makeup well and smelled good. They also contain vitamin C, CoQ10 (cause I'm sure all of us consumers know what that is... haha), and black currant oil to 'rejuvenate and hydrate'. 

Ole Henriksen Truth on the Glow Cleansing Cloths
The Truth on the Glow Cleansing Cloth's new look


Overall, Ole Henriksen is definitely now on my list of trusted skincare brands. I'd purchase the Sheer Transformation Moisturizer first out of anything, but would consider the other products as well (maybe during a Sephora sale, so don't have to dish out so much $$?). 

Ole Henriksen is available at Sephora stores and online.

These products were received for consideration. All opinions stated are my own and are never influenced by anyone.