L'Oreal Go360 Sensitive Skin Cleanser: Ingredient Reviews

L'Oreal Go360 Sensitive Skin Cleanser: Ingredient Reviews

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L'Oreal Go360 Sensitive Skin Cleanser is suitable for oily to combination skin type and is especially recommended for those who are prone to sensitivity breakouts because it does not contain strong irritating ingredients. However, a patch test is still advised before first use if your skin is very sensitive and is currently red, burning, irritated or breaking out. We have summarised the ingredient review of L'Oreal Go360 Sensitive Skin Cleanser in following subheadings:

 

Will it work?

The main function of cleanser is oil balancing and cleaning. L'Oreal Go360 Sensitive Skin Cleanser achieves these two functions with the help of 2 mild surfactants, namely disodium coco-amphodiacetate and coco-betaine. It also has a stronger surfactant, sodium laureth sulfate, that comes lower down in the ingredient list. The combination of these 3 surfactants can gently yet effectively cleanse oily to combination (or normal) skin type.

What is the use of scrublet?

L'Oreal Go360 Sensitive Skin Cleanser comes with scrublet that can be used to scrub face for 360-degree cleaning as advertised by the company. It is good option to convert a normal face wash into the scrub, however, daily use of scrublet is NOT indicated especially in the sensitive skin. The scrublet should be used once in a week for sensitive skin, that too if your skin is calm and not breaking out.

For which skin type?

L'Oreal Go360 Sensitive Skin Cleanser is best suited for oily to combination skin type. It is might not effectively remove the grease and oil secretions from very oily skin types. Similarly, L'Oreal Go360 Sensitive Skin Cleanser has glycerine and shea butter as the moisturizing agent, however, it might leave a feeling of stretch on very dry skin because it lacks many deep moisturising factors.

Is it safe? 

Yes! L'Oreal Go360 Sensitive Skin Cleanser is safe. It does not contain parabens, formaldehyde releasers, BHT, Phthalates etc. There is little concern that sodium laureth sulphate might have traces of 1,4 dioxane that is a probable human carcinogen, however, we believe that big companies like Loreal take due care to avoid such contamination.

Will it irritate sensitive skin?

 No! L'Oreal Go360 Sensitive Skin Cleanser can be tried in the sensitive skin because it has milder surfactants and is fragrance-free. However, it also has few mild irritants that too in small concentration. Therefore, the patch test is advised before first use in super sensitive skin or if your skin is currently red, burning, irritated or breaking out.

DETAILED ANALYSIS OF INGREDIENTS

Ingredient Type: Both natural and synthetic
Harmful Ing.: None
EWG : 3
Comedogenic Ing.: None
Irritating Ing.: Sodium glycolate, Sodium laureth Sulphate, citric acid, sodium benzoate are mild irritants. Good part is that they appear do not in the top 5 ingredient list.
Fragrances: None
Active Ing.:
  • Disodium cocoamphodiacetate and coco-betaine: is a mlid surfactant.
  • Glycerin and PEG-75 shea butter glycerides are moisturising ingredients.
  • Sodium Glycolate is the salt of Glycolic Acid, and is used in cosmetics and personal care products primarily as an exfoliant or buffering agent, but also seen as pH adjusters and skin-conditioning agents.
Base Ing.: Water and glycerine based face wash
Ingredient list: AQUA / WATER, GLYCERIN, DISODIUM COCOAMPHODIACETATE, COCO-BETAINE, PEG-7 GLYCERYL COCOATE, SODIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM LAURETH SULFATE, GLYCOL DISTEARATE, SODIUM GLYCOLATE, PPG-5-CETETH-20, PEG-55 PROPYLENE GLYCOL OLEATE, PEG-75 SHEA BUTTER GLYCERIDES, SODIUM HYDROXIDE, PROPYLENE GLYCOL, CITRIC ACID, POLYQUATERNIUM-7, ACRYLATES COPOLYMER, SODIUM BENZOATE

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