The search for a mild face wash for dry skin ends here.– Nola Skinsentials
I wasn’t sure what to expect, performance-wise, for Nola skinsentials’ Hyaluronic Aloe cleanser. Though the ingredients looked appealing, I questioned whether such a gentle cleanser could adequately clean my face of oil and dirt while still leaving me moisturized and refreshed. I’m pleased to say that this cleanser fulfilled this request (though at a pricey $25, I would have been upset if it did not). The bottle itself contains a decent amount of product – enough to last you a couple months, and the substance is thick and creamy, easily spread across the face. Washing the product off is quick and easy, and your face will feel clean – but not dry – afterward.
Ingredient Pros and Cons
Ingredients: Aqua. Aloe Barbadensis. Cocos Nucifera Milk. Melaleuca Oil. Cucumis Sativus. Anthemis Nobilis. Hyaluronic Acid. Camellia Sinensis. Xanthan Gum. Arame Algae Extract. Vitis Vinifera. Matricaria Chamomilla. C. Betaine. Lavender Extract. Citrus Sinensis. Camellia Sinensis. Mangifera Indica. Leuconostoc Radish Root Ferment Filtrate. Tetrasodium Glutamate Diacetate.
- Aloe Barbadensis (anti-inflammatory, moisturizing)
- Cucumis Sativus (anti-inflammatory, anti-aging)
- Hyalouronic Acid (hydrating)
- Camellia Sinensis (calming, anti-inflammatory, hydrating, anti-aging)
- Arame Algae Extract (hydrating, anti-oxidant)
- Matricaria Chamomilla (calming, moisturizing, anti-inflammatory)
- Betaine (calming, hydrating, anti-aging)
- Lavender Extract (skin irritant)
- Citrus Sinensis (skin irritant)
I really enjoyed this cleanser! Since this is a wash-off product, I wouldn’t be too concerned over the Significant Cons unless you have an allergy. Overall, this is a simple, effective cleanser perfect for those with dry or dehydrated skin (especially during the winter). I’d definitely recommend this product to others.