Reviews for Pond's Cold Cream Cleanser 3.5 oz
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Creamy and Very Reasonably Priced
Really nice creamy cleanser that is very reasonably priced. Can't go wrong with Ponds.
I've Used Pond's Cold Cream For Decades
After I graduated from high school, I attended a fashion merchandising and modeling school in Dallas, Texas. I, as well as the other girls, were taught how to care for our complexions. Pond's Cold Cream was the product the school recommended. I've always used it ever since!
Long time User
Been using Pond’s for years - it’s the same as it’s been for years.
A lifetime of soft skin
I’ve used Ponds for years as a moisturizer on my face and hands. It keeps my face healthy and young looking
A must have to remove makeup
This oldie but goodie is amazing as a makeup remover. Eye makeup too! No blurry eyes (close eyes while wiping with cotton), and I then use a tissue to remove mascara. I follow up with a face cleanser, and I'm ready for my serum and creams. Ponds makes the process easier!
Kind to sensitive skin and fresh, clean scent.
I've always liked Pond's cold cream. It's kind to sensitive skin, gets makeup off without "scrubbing," and leaves a fresh, clean scent.
Pond's is my go-to
I've always loved the texture and smell. It's kept me looking a good 15 years younger than I am because I've used it since I was 10. At almost 50, I look 35 and I'm happy with those results. It's affordable and always available.
I have been using for years!
I have been using the classic Pond's cold cream makeup remover for many years. I have tried others to remove my eye makeup, but this is by far the best. It works quickly and it does not sting the eyes. I do not use it to remove my face makeup because I tend to have acne prone skin even though I am 68 years old. But I do wear somewhat moderately heavy eye makeup with waterproof mascara and this stuff does the trick!
Just like my grandmother smelled
My grandmother used only ponds products on her face and she had the clearest ,softest , and most beautiful skin A cousin mentioned to me recently that she loved the smell of ponds and how it takes care of her skin. We were both surprised as we thought we were the only one to use such old fashioned products. No need to change when these products work so well
Convenient, Easy to Use, Pretty Good at Removing Makeup?
This took a while to deliver, but hey, that's fine. I previously used the pink-capped Garnier Micellar Water as a makeup remover, and it was fine, but it was just very standard makeup remover, and I felt it was definitely overhyped. It didn't do much for clearing up messes on my skin, which is very dry and sensitive, but at least it removed makeup. Anyway, when this FINALLY delivered yesterday, I was very happy to try it out. Don't be scared by how scary the pictures look. The cream itself looks pretty bland and ordinary, and it seems a bit clumped and sticky and heavy. I used a small fingertip's dollop and started rubbing it, and hey, what do you know, it actually removes makeup pretty well. You just rub it in like it's a moisturizer and you're massaging your face. It feels a little oily and it makes your face quite shiny, and makeup residue doesn't come off on your finger if you swipe it on your face, so I was suspicious. But then I took a cotton pad and swiped once, and boom! Makeup. Just like with Garnier's Micellar Water. Two small dollops and I was basically done with removing everything, even mascara and eyeliner, and I didn't waste half as many cotton pads as I usually do with micellar water. And my face FELT pretty clean, too. You tell me. Here's to hoping it works in the long-term. (Don't forget to wash your face afterwards! Pond's makes your face seem pretty slick and odd at first, but if you wash it off with water you're good to go.)