[REVIEW] Dove Beauty Moisture Conditioning Facial Cleanser

I rarely splurge on second facial cleanser. Though my favorite one is from SU:M 37, I’ve never have the guts to repurchase it, just because, lol. For me, as long as the cleanser is not drying the hell out of my skin, still comfortable while cleanse really well, and most importantly come with a low-pH, I’m okay with my cleansers. I just Thank God that my go-to cleanser, Hada Labo Gokyujun Foaming Facial Wash comes with a really affordable price tag, therefore I don’t have to feel guilty whenever I repurchase it.

But…! Another affordable brand for facial cleanser is coming to the town, and since my friend recommend it to me, I just can’t not try it out!

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• Moisturises while cleansing, for clean, smooth, finely textured skin

• Contains NutriumMoistureâ„¢ Moisturising Beauty Serum, helping to leave skin soft

• Replenishes skin from deep* within to leave it beautifully bouncy

• The easy-to-use foam face wash is gentle enough to use every day

As one of the best-selling Dove face washes, this caring cleanser helps maintain skin’s natural moisture while providing a deep clean, to help give you the feeling of smooth skin after every wash.

Soap-based cleansers can leave skin feeling tight by stripping natural oils. Dove Beauty Moisture Conditioning Face Wash is different. It doesn’t contain soap, which is why it’s a great face wash for dry skin, too. Enriched with our unique Nutrium Moistureâ Beauty Serum, it replenishes skin-natural lipids – the naturally moisturising oils our skin makes to keep it moisturized and protected – to leave skin beautifully soft and smooth.

For everyday cleansing, Beauty Moisture Conditioning Face Wash nourishes to reveal visibly smoother, more finely textured skin. Also, it’s perfect to use each morning and night with a mild and nourishing formula.

* Within stratum corneum

Ingredients: Water, Petrolatum, Potassium Cocoyl Glycinate & Potassium Cocoate, Glycerin, Sodium Lauroamphoacetate, Hydroxypropyl Starch Phosphate, Acrylates Coploymer, Lauric Acid, Lauramidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate & Coconut Acid & Sodium Isethionate, Polybutene, Palmitic Acid & Stearic Acid, Fragrance, Polyquaternium-6, Citric Acid Monohydrate, Tetrasodium Edta, Bht, Guar Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride, Methylchloroisothiazolinone & Methylisothiazolinone

*Ingredients correct at time of publishing. Always check product packaging

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First, and foremost, what I like about this facial cleanser, is the fact that I can easily get it everywhere. It’s even readily available in the every minimart in every cities in Indonesia. Even it sold in my favorite supermarket, the place where I went for groceries every month. Second, it is soooo cheap, at around $2, the cleanser lasted me more than a month even if I use it twice a day, everyday.

Third, this Dove Beauty Moisture Conditioning Facial Cleanser never strips my skin. Which is the main thing that I’m concern with when I’m looking for a cleanser. It’s still have SLS on the ingredients, yes, like most foaming cleanser; but I’m happy enough that the cleanser have pretty low pH at 6.0 (sorry, I forgot to take a pict of the pH tester), and it’s gentle enough for my skin!

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So, overall, I’m really liking the fact that I can get alternative to my favorite Hada Labo Gokyujun Cleanser, because really, even though I love it, things can get boring, you know. It’s an affordable cleanser with pretty descent low-pH, not drying for my skin, a little goes a long way; therefore, I am most definitely will recommend it for you guys if you’re looking for affordable descent facial wash!

Not to mention, for my western friend that probably couldn’t easily find low-pH cleanser in their drugstore, this is probably a good choice for you since Dove also a well known brand world wide. No, I’m not sponsored or anything, I just love that I could find another cheap cleanser with low-pH! Lol.

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