For the past 6 months, I’ve been trialing this face lotion, by the brand Langé Paris, which I found in TK Maxx. I purchased this for £7.99, and I’ve worked this into my routine in a couple of different ways. I originally used this as my morning face cleanser/lotion, up until recently where I decided to use this at night time.
This product boasts to boost radiance in the skin, featuring Vitamins A and C in their formula. This is also supposedly designed for all skin types as well, suggesting that it’s reasonably gentle on the skin. Initially, I used this in the mornings since it was the best option I could find that helped clean and soften my skin. However, after actually clicking that there is Vitamin A in the formula, I decided to switch it to my night time routine especially now summer is upon us, to avoid any potential irritation.
To use this product, I pour it on a cotton pad and gently wipe over my face – being careful to avoid the under-eye area and the eyelids. I didn’t notice any irritation from this product, so I plan to use this up, which I don’t think will take long. I can’t say it’s a miracle product by any means, but it does work well as cleanser or a follow-up toner. Personally, I used an even gentler toner afterwards to wipe away the excess and to soften and treat the rest of my face and my eye area.
Although I’m not a fan of the bright orange colouring of the bottle or accentuation on the box, it does make it stand out on my desk, so I never forget to use it. The lotion is an entirely liquid formula and has a slightly medicinal smell, however it does fade quickly, so if you’re not sensitive to fragrance and more likely to be turned off by a smell, I think this is something you can push through. As far as I can judge, this is a cleanser that you wouldn’t use as a make-up remover, but as a post-removal treatment instead, which I find works well for me.
If you can find this in TK Maxx for the cheaper price of £7.99, I do suggest picking this up. However, it’s not a mind-blowing product so it’s not something I would say should really be price-marked for much more than that. It does its job well, and that’s all it needs to do – but it’s not something I’ll scream about from the rooftops.