Lumene Radiant Touch Refreshing Foam Cleanser Review





As a beauty blogger I get to test a whole lot of products from the skin care and makeup categories. Of them all, cleansers seem to be what excites me most lately. I really enjoy putting my makeup on, but even more so I love to remove it at the end of the day and relax my skin for the night. I've talked about the importance of a skin care routine before. Cleansing your face daily will be most beneficial to how your makeup applies, so finding a cleanser that works well for you will be a life saver. If you don't feel like being too spendy, there are great drugstore options to choose from, including this one which can be found at walgreens and all over the web.  As the summer time nears, my skin begins to make the transformation from dry to oily in the t-zone area. That means I need a good cleanser that gets into the pores and tones but doesn't dry my skin out. Although I much prefer my exfoliating choices, this one certainly gets it done!

What Lumene has to say about it: "A foaming face wash that naturally promotes a bright and refreshed complexion. Lumene Radiant Touch Refreshing Foam Cleanser is a creamy formula that lathers up to a gentle foam, lifting impurities, dirt and debris. Unique arctic cloudberry oil enhances your skin's natural radiance, revealing vibrant, healthy skin after each wash. Perfect for normal to combination skin."



Texture: I'm not totally fond of the actual consistency as it's quite thick, a little sticky and definitely doesn't foam as it's claimed to. Like I said before, I much prefer exfoliating formulations. I also really like one that is cooling and gel like. This one reminds me of Philosophy's Purity Made Simple Cleanser in so many ways. 


Scent: The scent is decent. I think it smells quite floral in a soapey kind of way. If you aren't too fond of scented products you most likely won't love this.  To me, it isn't a real changing point. 



Performance: I think this does a great job of scrubbing my skin totally clean and completely removes any makeup on my face. It definitely leaves behind a slightly sticky residue on my skin if I don't wipe it off really well with a warm washcloth. Meaning it takes a bit longer to work with then some of my other favorites. 




Packaging: The colors are bright and vibrant and the container itself is user friendly too. I like that not too much squeezes out of the tube at a time, therefore the amount of product needed is what you get.  


What skin types will this suit best: I think it's going to be excellent for normal to combination skin types like it says on the packaging. Because of the scent it may cause problems for those with sensitivities to fragranced products. It's not extremely moisturizing or targeted towards toning the skin to hinder oil production, so therefore I'd recommend the very oily or very dry skin typed individuals to find something more suitable if this doesn't do the trick. 

Overall: 


This product itself is a fairly decent one. It does a great job of cleansing the skin without stripping moisture or causing over compensation of oil production. It smells alright and the packaging works well, plus the price is unbeatable! 


Have you tried this cleanser? If you have, what did you think of it? If you haven't, do you want to?

Let me know in the comments form! I would love to hear from you! 

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