The first time I used it, I squirted out the same amount that I always have with previous cleansers, and I found that I only need to use half that amount to end up with a very clean face. I don't generally use eye make up remover before washing my face, and the Organic Cleansing Milk easily removes all traces of my waterproof mascara. Not only does it clean thoroughly, but my face doesn't feel tight at all when I get out of the shower. The white cream formula is fairly thick--again, I made an assumption, thinking it would be thin because it had the word "milk" in its name. It has a scent that reminds me of sweetened herbs. Here's a look at all of the ingredients in this Certified Organic product:
My skin is somewhat oily, and I find this product makes it feel very clean without causing it to get more oily throughout the day. In hindsight, the cleansers with exfoliating action probably caused my skin to produce more oil, which in turn did indeed make my face start to look oily later on in the day.
My bathroom shelf is a testament to my love of Reviva's products, and it looks like I'll be adding this one to the line-up as well. I continue to order more of their products after reviewing them and they have such a wide range of items, I might just have to find a larger shelf system! This 4 oz. bottle retails for $9.50, so it's more expensive than most of my previous cleansers, which ran around $7.99 for a 5 oz. tube, although the RoC cleanser was $10.49. Organic products generally cost more, and since I'm using less of the product to accomplish the same task as the others, I don't feel that it costs more in the long run.
Reviva has recently introduced a "write a review" element to their web site which allows customers to share their thoughts on each product. Now that this feature is available (directly under each product, along with the complete ingredients list), I expect more reviews will show up to give you additional information about their products.
*Product featured was furnished by the manufacturer for review.