Amie Morning Dew Purifying Facial Wash Reviews
Product Type: Amie body care
Description:Brand: Amie / Type: Facial Wash / Suitable for: Face / What it does: Cleanses, Purifies / Product line: Amie Morning Dew / Soap-free cleanser that removes dirt and impurities without leaving your skin dry /
Newest Review: ... and raspberry, and it is pH balanced and soap free. The beautiful and clean look of the packaging really caught my eye, and ... more
Customer Amie Morning Dew Purifying Facial Wash Reviews (6)
by - written on 11/04/10 (Very useful, 468 readings)
I confess, I am in love with the Amie moisturiser. So whilst in boots one day, stocking up on moisturiser, they had a 3 for 2 offer on all skincare. Dumping 2 of the moisturisers into my basket, I hesitantly added this; the Amie Morning Clear Purifying Facial Wash. The packaging of this product is gorgeous, a 150ml clear tube, showing the thick pink liquid inside. On the said tube is pretty green and hot pink flower details. Also of course the brand, name of product, short product description and naturally active ingredients, printed following the same colour scheme. Upon opening this product you can smell the wonderful floral scent. It is fairly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/09/08 (Very useful, 779 readings)
The Amie skincare range is the brainchild of Fiona Parkhouse, an ex-Estee Lauder marketing executive. She wanted an affordable and effective skincare range that her own twelve year old daughter could use, and that wouldn't contain harsh chemicals. Everything in the range has been teen-tested. I read about this range in a newspaper article and as I am on a quest of my own to find pure products without unpleasant chemical additives, I decided to give the facial wash a try. Admittedly I'm older than the target market of teens and twenty-somethings, but that didn't mean I couldn't use it! The newspaper article stated it was on sale in Boots and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/09 (Very useful, 609 readings)
This is a facial wash that is aimed at teenagers and on the bottle it says Purely for young skin. However I'm 30, loved the look of the packaging and the fact that it didn't sound like it would be harsh in anyway and so bought it. I got mine form Waitrose for £4.95 for 150ml. This is actually more than I would usually spend on facewash - normally spend a couple of quid on a supermarket or Boot's on brand but I figured maybe I should actually start treating my skin a bit more kindly so this sounded nice. The facial wash is free from parabens, sulphates, mineral oils, GMO or animal extracts. Now ok I don't know what half of those are but at least it sounded like ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/10/13 (Very useful, 29 readings)
I have used amie's 'Morning Clear Purifyinf Facial Wash' for many years now, and I would highly recommend it over most other face washes for young skin. Packaging. This face wash comes in a 150ml, 5.07 fl.oz matte pastel pink squeeze tube. At the top, it has the logo 'amie' in silver, and underneath in green it says pure & natural beauty. It uses a colour scheme of baby pink, fushia and green, with an appealing floral design along the bottom of the bottle. It boasts that it includes harmonising natural extracts: orange blossom, mayblossom, elderflower and raspberry, and it is pH balanced and soap free. The beautiful and clean look of the packaging ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/04/10 (Very useful, 179 readings)
I don't really use things for my face much, I usually just give my face a splash of cold water. But I know I should be kinder to my ( sensitive/combination/dry - it's complicated ) skin and recently a 3for2 on facial skincare was on offer at Boots so I thought what the heck? I bought this, Simple cleansing facial wipes and a cucumber clay mask. Amie Morning CLEAR Facial Wash is aimed at teenagers, and people in their 20's. Basically if you have young skin. It's around £4-5 for an 150ml tube, which I find quite reasonable. It's pH balanced and, well, you can Google that for more info. It also contains no harsh chemicals and it's soap free , so this ... Read the complete review
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