I have been using the People for Plants Cleanser and Makeup Remover for a few weeks now and I thought I would give you a first impressions. I'll tell you about the difference between using it wet and dry. To use this cleanser wet its best to dampen your face with water and and massage a small amount onto the skin, and then wash away with warm water. I find that this cleanser has a bit of a greasy feel to it when I am using it on damp skin, like it just slicks all over the face. When I try to wash it off I can kind of feel a layer of cleanser on my skin that I feel is impossible to get off. However once this layer has dried it feels surprisingly moisturising. Not a feeling of oil is on the skin at all. This cleanser contains Shea Butter so I am thinking that it's the Shea that gives my skin a lovely soft feel.
As a dry makeup remover I put a small dollop on a makeup pad a wipe my skin without using water at all. This is a brilliant way to remove makeup before a proper cleanse, Or if your like me, can't be bothered standing over the sink before bedtime scrubbing away at my face.
I'm not sure if I would buy this product again, I think I am more inclined to use it as a wet cleanser to finish the bottle up but I don't really like the layer that the Shea Butter leaves on my skin before it dries.
I do love the People for Plants Lip Balm though and will be going back for those when I finish my sticks.
What do you think of the People for Plants products?