The cleanser should be used twice daily to achieve maximum benefits. It should be applied generously using your fingertips across your face and neck and rinsed with lukewarm water. I cleansed my face in the morning and in the evening and found that this cleanser really did get rid of my makeup and the oils that had built up throughout the day. Although I did wash my face and apply the cleanser three times just to be certain that all the makeup and dirt was removed (I think that was just me being paranoid). I also found that after cleansing, my face was extremely soft and didn't feel tight at all. It is really gentle on the skin. The cleanser has a sort of citrus minty scent. I didn't really pick up the mango scent. I asked my sister what she thought of the scent and she thought it was too overpowering for her. Nevertheless, the cleanser does it's job. In terms of younger looking skin, it is too soon to tell and I guess I'm still young so this isn't really a concern yet.
So, would I purchase this item? I would. I didn't have any adverse reactions and it left my skin feeling extremely soft. It is priced at £7.99 for 150ml and is available at Boots.
I was fortunate enough to attend the LiveBloggers event in London organised by Grace (allthatslap) and Eva (socialbeautify) All bloggers that attended received an amazing aray of beauty products of which this cleanser was one of them. It was a lovely evening and both ladies did a great job in organising it. Thanks for having me there!