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Saturday, 18 August 2012

Cold Cream

 I recently got a couple of boots vouchers through the post so, when I popped in I picked up a couple bits and pieces I wanted but I was £3 short of getting my double points so I picked up a tub of Cold Cream – something I’ve been meaning to test out for months.

 It’s a measly £2.42 for a whopping 200ml and is a bit of a cult product as it's the original make up remover that a lot of your grandparents probably used. If your looking for an extremely gentle nightly make up remover that will moisturise while taking off your make up - this might be the one for you. 

I personally only reach for this when I'm wearing more make up than normal as I find this a touch too heavy for every-day-use but, say after a night out this is perfect as it really cuts through the most long wearing foundation. I should also mention it does a pretty good job of getting through eye make up - without it stinging your eyes. Its not really cut out for waterproof mascara though.

 If your trying to fight/prevent ageing, one of the best methods if to keep your skin hydrated and plumped up, and nothing is going to moisturise your skin like this.

I use this by rubbing it over dry skin then leaving it a good 10 minutes or so (I usually use this time to get ready for bed) then using a muslin cloth - or a normal face cloth I just remove the cream and my make up with warm water. This is my night time saviour when I'm too lazy to do a full routine as i feel like it takes my make up off and moisturises my skin in one step. 


Overall I like this for days I want to treat my skin, however its not going to be part of my daily routine any time soon as its just too heavy. If you've got dry skin, or your looking into anti-aging and want something to really help plump up your skin, this might be something to look into as most make up removers can be quite drying however that's not to say that if you've got oily skin this isn't for you, you'd probably just have to use it much more sparingly.

I should also point out it has a relatively strong scent, that I'm personally not too keen on but my mum really enjoys. The smell also lingers for quite a well, it’s up to you whether that’s a negative though.

Let me know if you’ve tried cold cream and what your thoughts were on it :)

Hope this has been helpful!! x

15 comments:

Jenny said...

I've always wanted to try one of these creams! The New Look top was bought around 2 months ago, but I know my local one had some in still around a month ago x

London's-beauty said...

The cold cream sounds interesting. :)
I like mild fresh scents. :p

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wand_included said...

I work in a Pharmacy and the popularity of Pond's cold cream is unbelievable!

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xxxx
Tasha

Shop N' Chomp said...

Yes, I have tried cold cream and it does exactly what you've said. :) There is a reason why it remains so popular.

Eleanor said...

oh wow what a bargain! i really need to try this!! and the tub is so nice looking! :)
thanks for the comment on my first post, ever... means a lot!!
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Lillian Funny Face said...

I think I might need to try this, might be great for my dry skin! :)

em.me.ma said...

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em.me.ma said...

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BeautyShades said...

Haven't tried it yet. Now I want to :)

Natalie said...

definetly has been helpful!

Mon Cheri said...

this sounds perfect for me, i need something gentle

claire x

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Anna said...

Ooh I've never seen this before! Seems cool! I have to recommend Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser - you apply it onto make up and remove it with a hot muslin cloth - it made such an improvement on my skin :) Someone from work recommended it to me and now I only use that! (well the whole range now!)

Hope you've been well and I'm glad you're back to blogging :)

Mimi said...

i've never tried cold cream before, but i've always been fascinated by it. thanks for this post, it was definitely very helpful! :)

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Shulamit E said...

finding a great cold cream can be very difficult. This sounds fab tho!