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Pond’s Cold Cream Cleanser

~Weekly Product Highlight~ Pond’s Cold Cream Cleanser~

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Every night I remove every stitch of makeup from off my face.  

When I go to bed, there is not a single trace of the day’s beauty products left on my skin.  I generally have used Dove soap to clean my face and coconut oil to remove my waterproof makeup. With a bit of work in the eye area, it has worked really well for me.

About two months ago, I decided to give this Ponds cold cream cleanser a try.  At only $5 USD for 6.1 oz/172g, I figured I couldn’t really go wrong at least trying it out.

Where has this cleanser been all my makeup wearing life?!  

The first time I tried it, it felt a bit strange…it’s thick and feels a little greasy as it rubs into the skin.  As I rubbed it in, my makeup literally melted right off my face!  No scrubbing, no rubbing, just wiped right off!  

I use a damped old face cloth to wipe off the cream from my face and then rinse my face with warm water.  After rinsing off my face, it immediately felts softer.

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This is the make up I was wearing during the day. This is how easily my water proof makeup wiped off.

On the days that I wear makeup, I use it as both my makeup remover and face wash.  After a few weeks of consistent nightly use, my skin started looking better than it has in years! I am hooked!  No wonder this cream has been around for 150 years.

What does this cream cleanser smell like you ask? One word: Nostalgia.  As soon as I opened it I immediately thought of when I was a little girl and used to try out all of my grandmother’s beauty products. (Sneaking out of her bathroom, I totally thought that no one would notice my overly blushed sparkling rosy cheeks. Who was I kidding?!)

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What does the Pond’s Website have to say about it?

“Cold Cream Cleanser

Moisturizing Deep Cleanser & Makeup Remover

Unlike ordinary cleansers, POND’S® Cold Cream Cleanser is actually 50% moisturizer. It deep cleans and removes dirt and makeup, even stubborn waterproof mascara, while infusing your skin with vital moisture – all in one easy routine.  For clean, soft and glowing skin, put your trust in a classic – POND’S® Cold Cream Cleanser.

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How to Use

Apply POND’S Cold Cream Cleanser gently to the skin, wipe with a wet washcloth, and rinse if desired.

Essential Features

  • Dermatologist tested
  • Deep Cleanser and Makeup Removal
  • Suitable for sensitive skin
  • Won’t clog pores 

Key Ingredients

Mineral Oil – Effectively removes makeup from skin’s surface.

Beeswax – A moisturizer known to prevent moisture from leaving the skin.”

What about you? Have you ever tried this Pond’s Cold Cream Cleanser?  What did you think?  Let me know in the comment section below!

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6 thoughts on “Pond’s Cold Cream Cleanser

  1. I have tried this one but unfortunately I couldn’t say it cleanse well. Yes, the colours came off but my skin wasn’t really cleansed. It doesn’t get into the pores I am afraid.

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  2. I remember buying this as a teenager because some celebrity sweared by it but it used to just be called cold cream here – no cleanser and I thought it was a moisturiser and couldn’t understand why it didn’t sink into the skin! It’s only in the past 2 years I learnt it’s a bloody cleanser, maybe I should give it another try again, as I wrote it off as an beauty abomination haha!

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