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Peach Slices Peach Pudding Makeup Cleanser gently and thoroughly dissolves makeup and impurities to reveal skin that looks and feels silky and hydrated.
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Rated 4.13 out of 5 stars
I've been using this cleanser for a few weeks now and I have been loving it. I tested to see how much of my makeup would come off with it by using a makeup wipe after cleansing to see what was left. I was amazed that it took ALL of my eye makeup off and skin makeup! There was only makeup residue from places I didn't put the cleanser on (I didn't use the cleanser far down my neck enough that time). I have super dry skin so I love that this cleanser leaves my skin feeling clean after but not dried out. I don't have to use makeup wipes anymore since I can just use this to take my makeup off while cleansing at the same time. I highly recommend this product and I'll do another check in after a month too.
I wanted to like this since it was cheaper than any cleansing balm I tried and a completely different consistency, but it just didn't do it for me. It worked pretty minimally to remove any makeup or sunscreen residue. I only really wear concealer, ABH brow pomade and mascara. It did okay at removing the brow pomade and concealer and didn't really touch my mascara like other balms dissolve. It has a pungent chemical smell and does not smell too pleasant, but the scent was not the deal breaker for me. If you wear less makeup than me I believe that this would work really well!
J. Yang from Wilmington, NC
I love trying and changing up my skincare products but this is by far the worst makeup cleanser out there on the market! It does not remove my makeup, waterproof mascara, lip product, ect.
I feel like I am slapping on peach pudding to my face instead of removing my makeup. It leaves a greasy feeling after I wash it off with warm water.
I decently do not recommend this product. Save your money and buy food instead! =)
ABG from Sacramento
Ulta worker recommended this to me. I wanted to try a new cleansing balm. I wear a lot of makeup so I always double cleanse my face. This product removes nothing my face just feels oily after rinsing the product off. I recommend getting the Banila Co cleansing balm instead.
Nat from Los Angeles
Listen, I bought this expecting it was a foaming makeup cleanser. When I opened it and saw it was a creme / lotion I still decided to give it a try. 1. It is not peach scented, I thought it was going to smell similar to some of the Too Faced 'Tutti Frutti' products, I came to find out it only has peach extract, not peach fragrance. 2. It only performs so-so as a makeup remover, it burns your eyes, gets mascara and lipstick all over your face and is hard to get waterproof mascara off with * just use Neutrogena wipes girl, and save yourself $7!* 3. It is an extremely strange texture that I am not fond of what so ever, its like a very oily body lotion. The only reason I didn't give this 1 stars is because it technically gets the job done, and does leave your face very soft. Honestly its up to you, but I honestly wouldn't recommend it to anyone!
Lagueraa08 from Phoenix, AZ
I got this thinking the packaging was cute and hoped for it to be a balm I read the reviews about it being a lotion & still gave it a try- it helps a little using a makeup remover towel but it disappears into the skin and the thickness feels clogging I think it would've worked better as a melting balm hopefully they consider changing it
I heard Peach & Lily makes this brand but from the looks at other products in this brand it seems like they slacked it a little unlike their $40 products I mean we know glitter doesn't go in face masks do they even try these? Please tweak this brand for the better
Mel from Marysville
I tried rubbing this for awhile to see if it would change into an oil or something, but it felt like I was rubbing lotion all over my face. It didn't remove anything for me. I had to use another makeup melt to get my mascara and concealer off. Then I went in with my cleanser. Do not recommend.
ParaKiss from Kissimmee, FL
I really wanted to like this because this is from the founder of Peach and Lily. The texture is comparable to a thick lotion. It DOES NOT turn into a milky substance after wetting it either. Eye makeup is hard to remove, and even after using a good foam cleanser right after, you're still left with makeup on your face. Will be returning as soon as I can because I've only been using for a few days, and already I'm starting to break out.
Nik from Hartford, Conneticut
It smells really great and has a nice texture but it doesn't work very good for removing make up unfortunately.
Reina from DC
I was so excited to try this balm, but it just simply doesn't remove makeup. I was intrigued because the formula seemed less oily than the other balm I have tried, however it just doesn't remove makeup even with hard scrubbing.
Celine P. from US
This smells absolutely amazing but is clearly fragranced so just a heads up to those who care about that! This has the most unique consistency of makeup balms I have ever encountered in my life--"pudding" is an apt description because it is more like a lotion. It does take off makeup fairly effectively but it is clearly a deeply moisturizing product--I think it would be most effective on dry and normal skin types and would be more hesitant to recommend it to oily skin types, though I have oily skin and it does work on me (I would just prefer something slightly less moisturizing).
gothmom21 from Orange County
Let me just say how much I love this makeup remover!! It does what it claims, melts you makeup completely! I use a baby wipe after circular motion to remove this and the makeup. My skin looks super clean. I use a toner after and hardly any residue left at all if any.
JenS from US
Wanted to try a balm for my 1st cleanser. After two weeks, I've developed bumps on my forehead. I truly liked how it removed my makeup and left my skin very soft. Also seemed to help calm redness. Glad to have tried it but just not for me.
Nikita from space
Really doesn't do the trick, especially around the eyes. It fails to actually remove makeup, or even break it down enough that my cleanser can get it all off, and that's not even on heavy makeup days.
flowerpower from okc
like someone before me said, this is like cheap body lotion. My biggest issue is that it doesn't take my eye makeup off and all I wear is a little non waterproof mascara and brow gel. I don't see the point.
Brianna from New Jersey
I use this product before I begin my 4 step skin care routine with the Peaches and Lily glass skin care line.
Hannah A. from US
This is the Holy Grail of makeup removers! Even the best ones I owned still didn't get all of my makeup off. This even got stubborn mascara off in one go; couldn't recommend enough!)
Megan R. from US
Love this cleanser! I like that I can use it with the other in-house peach and lily products. The texture is very satisfying and it makes it easy for me to massage my face a little while cleansing. Highly recommend
Cadence from US
This easily removes all of my makeup and sunscreen. It smells pleasant, has nice texture, and was very affordable. It has not broke me out and is a great 1st cleanse for me.
Carrie H from colorado
This is so different than other cleansing balms and oils in texture, it is literally like lotion. It removes so makeup much on my face. It is also one of the best I've found against my water proof mascara. Love this
Jo V. from US
Love this cleanser because you don't need to use a separate eye makeup remover. Everything comes off all at one time
Angie D. from US
I love so many Peach Slices products, but this one fell short for me. It's a very budget friendly product, but I always felt like my skin had a thick residue left on it after rinsing it off. Maybe this product was too nourishing for my skin type.
Melissa F. from US
I love this makeup cleanser so much! It goes perfectly with the Peach & Lily Hydrating Gel Cleanser. A match made in heaven... My face always feels incredibly soft after using both in tandem. Can't get enough!
murph from johnson city
I like makeup melts for the first half of doubling cleansing. the fragrance doesn't bother me since i know i'm following up with a gentle cleanser right after. this didn't act the way i like my makeup melts to act. felt like i was putting a thin, cheap body lotion on my face. i also struggle to get the eye makeup off using this product. Just felt like it got the bare minimum accomplished.
Firehorse from Ocala, FL
So this starts off like a thin cream in the jar. Rub a small amount on your face and give it about 15-30 seconds, it will transform into an oil. Then splash some water on to emulsify it and rinse it away. There was no oily residue left on my skin, & it felt clean and soft. This is that perfect in between texture of a messy liquid oil and a thick balm, and the best part is no residue left to clog pores or gunk up my towel. Hopefully this doesn't get discontinued, but I plan on stocking up every time there's a sale!
Emmy B from Palm Beach
It doesn't remove eye make up very well, at all. AND... it burns your eyes.
Megan S. from US
This is okay. Just okay.
For days I don't wear mascara or eyeliner, it's golden. But add mascara and eyeliner, and even though it DOES take them off, warm water doesn't rinse all the residue off my face--even if I follow with the P&L calm cleanser. If I use a shimmery liner, I can see particles of shimmer on my face.
It definitely is gentle, and for light makeup very nice. But it reminds me more of just a lotion than a cleansing balm, and definitely isn't as good as an oil cleanser. I knew at this price point I was gambling--I will be ordering something different next time.