Size 3.3 oz|
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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 4.12 out of 5 stars
I love trying new products to the point that I only buy repeat products if it's truly a "holy grail." I only got into double cleansing this most year, and have been using mostly balm formulas but decided to change it up. I almost bought another one at Ulta, but noticed the Peach Slices pudding cleanser which was $6 cheaper so I picked it up. So far I love it! I have normal-combo skin but live in a very dry climate so I was drawn to this lotion-like formula. It is very soothing and enjoyable to use, not to mention effective at my first cleanse. Other reviews mention that it feels like rubbing pudding on your face, and yeah it's sort of like a very light pudding but I find that nicer than balms which can feel like rubbing solidified cooking oil on your face. I will likely repurchase.
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!
Kat from Colorado
ErinB from Maine
This is trash. Doesn't remove makeup.
Abby from Salem, IL
Did not love this product, it is highly fragrances and not in a good way. It stung my eyes and really didn't take my makeup off that well
Ambz from Calfornia
Grabbed on a whim and SO glad I did! Honestly I was having a lot of little breakouts due to masks, hormones and eating habits but this really helped clear it up.. my skin loves this stuff. The only reason why I didnt give it the full 5 stars is bc i have to go I. Twice to fully remove everything off my face if all im using is this. Other then that its amazing!
bella from Tennessee
barely removed any makeup. felt like rubbing lotion all over my face rather than a removing balm.
JayBee from OR, USA
I thought this would be similar to the Clinique makeup remover/cleanser as I am trying to stay with clean cruelty-free products. Felt like I was just rubbing lotion on my face. Couldn't even remove my eye makeup that's not even waterproof. I had to cleanse my face three times just to get the texture off my face. Will be returning this
Mimi from Moscow
Smells and feels great. It is a great cruelty free alternative to the banila co makeup remover and it's a bit easier to use since it's a pudding consistency vs a balm.
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.
Charlotte F. from Undisclosed
I'm new to P & L products, but I received a sample of this with my first order and really enjoyed it. I tested it since I had a bit of makeup on and everything came right off. The scent is pleasant as well! I may buy the full size product the next time I order.
Arlene B. from Undisclosed
Awesome cleans great
Natalia C. from Undisclosed
The smell is amazing, it's like a spa at home, gentle with the skin remove all the make up with small amount. Fully recommend
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!
Lara H. from Undisclosed
I stock up on this, really stock up, but somehow I lost track of my inventory, and was aghast when I was down to only one tub of this most amazing pudding. It is divine. The smell is my favorite -- nearly no smell, and the product really works. It takes all of the product off, including hard to remove mascara. It just makes my life so much easier -- a think that actually works!! I follow with a cleanser, usually something from Peach and Lily, the Gentle Foaming Cleanser (I think). This will continue to be an all time favorite, and I will continue to tell all of my friends about it. Love, love, love!
Haley M. from Undisclosed
I love this cleanser! It's one of the best makeup removers that I've ever used on my skin. The texture is milky smooth and cleans super well. It also has given me a new addiction to everything peach scented. Thank you P&L! :sunglasses::peach:
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
Leehae C. from Undisclosed
Alicia's skincare routine brought me here! One of the first products she used was the Peach Pudding Makeup Cleanser - and tbh now I am hooked. It has a soft, 'pudding-like' texture, sort of like a cream that melts on to your skin as you do the oil cleanse step of your routine. Having combination/oily T-zone skin, I often rely on oil cleansers to get rid of blackheads and texture while also moisturizing my drier areas. This one takes the cake! I love that it emulsifies easily and rinses off completely! My skin feels smooth, soft, and clean (without feeling stripped.) Bonus: the scent! it smells so good, like a fresh basket of peaches.
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.
Yesenia A. from Undisclosed
I wanted a face wash that really took off my sunscreen/makeup at the end of the day (or even in the middle of the day). No one wants makeup breakouts so I would def recommend this product. I take a good amount of the product and just get it on my face, I use a silicone scrubber and voila I feel clean
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.