“ Brand: Asda / Type: Cleanser / Subcategory: Milk / Toner / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / What it does: Cleanses, „
As I'm in my mid thirties I tend to wear a lot of make-up to try and disguise the aging process, as you can imagain my skin gets quite clogged with the build up of make-up. I recentely purchased this product from my local Asda store and thought I'd give it a go.
Comes in a white bottle with orange writing stating: Young Skin at the top of the bottle and Asda Cleanser and toner milk in orange letters at the bottom of the bottle.
In black lettering it states that 'Helps purify skin and soothes redness'.
About this product:
Asda Young Skin Cleanser and Toner has been formulated as a daily skin care ragime to help youthful skin. It contains Aloe vera, willow and natual papaya extract. Helps purify the skin and reduce redness. The product is parabens free and is suitable for vegetarians.
Aqua, Hamamelis virginia extract, Steareth-2, Glycerin, Betaine, Steareth-21, Alcohol Denat, Phenoxyethanol, Panthenol, Simmondsia Chinensis oil, Disodium EEDTA, lssopropyl myristate, Tocopheryl Acetate,Propylene Glycol, Ethoxydinglycol, Sodium Hyroxide, Carica Papaya Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Salix Alba Bark Extract, Lactic Acid, Butyene Glycol Ascorbic acid, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Citric acid.
Myself Using it:
I wear alot of make-up being in my mid -thirties my skin gets quite clogged by me wearing it almost every day! I bought this product to try and unclogg my pores and reduce the redness and grease in my face. I applyed the product after washing my face in the morning and last thing at night; or whenever I used make-up. When I applyed it, it was very greasy and made no differance to my skin atall!To be honest I'm rather disapointed in this product and will only give it a one star rating.
Available from Adsa stores for around a pound a bottle.
Not very often will I purchase a cleanser and toner in one, but pressed for time more often than not of late I decided to make this purchase in Asda which cost me £1.03.
To be honest I didn't notice when I bought this that it was called Young skin. At 35 years old I wouldn't refer to my skin being young however I do suffer with spots and felt this would be good for my sensitive skin anyway.
150ml white plastic bottle with a flip-top lid to the top of it concealing a small hole. On the front of the bottle and in orange and black writing I am told that it is Young Skin, Asda Cleanser & Toner Milk 'Helps purify skin and soothes redness'. On the back of the bottle I'm told a bit about the product and how to use it, ingredients and warnings are given, the size is stated (which I have listed already) and contact details for Asda are given. Basic looking packaging this is but it is informative enough and easy to handle etc.
A Bit About The product According To The Information Listed On The Back Of The Bottle:
Asda Young Skin cleanser and toner has specially formulated to be part of a daily skin care regime to help youthful skin. It contains Aloe Vera, Willow and Papaya Natural Extract. Helps purify skin and soothes redness. This product is Parabens free and suitable for Vegetarians.
Well I bought this thinking it was a cleanser and toner in one that would remove make-up however it isn't...it's actually rubbish at that to be perfectly honest with you and so I wouldn't advise trying to remove cosmetics with it. This is simply for wiping over a priorly washed face and to simply wipe away grease and grime.
The liquid is runny, white and with no real aroma to it at all. Using it on cotton wool I feel I need to use rather alot of it to make it touch all of my skin therefore using a lot of product and cotton wool.
It does lift up grease and grime on the skin though and feels ok to use though it isn't all that easy to use as it does feel a little drying however it does leave the skin soft supple and smooth. You don't need to rinse this off the skin either, just gently wipe off any excess residue.
This to me is a very economy offering and for me, a bit of a waste of time using it really. I need something that lifts off make up and things too however with this I need to remove make-up prior to using it so adds to my routine rather than making it easier.
Not for me this product sadly.
Only available in Asda stores.