Okay, may be I am being unfair to judge all products based on the trio I tried. But then, we can only review based on our experiences. Someone getting a food poisoning from a restaurant may come off as a harsh reviewer compared to someone else who had an excellent meal!
So excuse my review, cos this darn thing burnt, BURNT my skin!
The only time a product did this was when I tried a Sally Hansen hair remover.
But then hair removers are supposed to be harsh chemicals so I can find some excuse in me.
But when a skin care product, also marked "for all skin types", burns off the skin under my eye and makes my whole face burn the next day after I apply it at night - I think I am justified in marking it as "TO BE AVOIDED".
|Thats not a wrinkle, it is a wound in the shape of my crease!!!|
My experiences with 2 other products from this brand also justifies my fears that this brand either uses some reallllllly harsh chemicals or is not marking its demographics correctly.
|Hurt like HELL!!!!|
FYI - My skin is normal, not sensitive at all and doesnt usually have any kind of reactions to a lot of products.
So, yeah - My advise would be to stay away and try something more gentler for your face.