Bioderma Atoderm Gel Douche Gentle Shower Gel (100mL)
This soap-free shower gel cleanses well without drying out my skin and lasted just under 2 months. It has a mild fresh scent. Overall, it is a good shower gel and this size is very travel-friendly. The reason that I probably wouldn't repurchase is that I think this 100mL size is only available temporarily and I don't see myself getting through the larger sizes without being distracted by other body washes. I think this is a good choice for individuals with dry or sensitive skin and this product is paraben-free and hypoallergenic.
Kate Somerville Detox Daily Cleanser (60mL)
I received this as a Sephora 500 IB perk [Read Here] and I will start with a disclaimer that I have normal skin and this product is intended for acne-prone skin, so my user experience is probably not the best to rely on. This cleanser has a citrus scent and a gel texture that foams up slightly. Although I find it a bit drying for my skin, I think it is one of the gentler cleansers that I have tried, despite claiming to be tough on acne. This deluxe sample lasted me just over 2 months and the full size 120mL retails for CAD$40. I would not purchase since it is not compatible with my skin type, but I am glad that I got to try it out and it is definitely a nice cleanser.
La Roche-Posay Physiological Micellar Solution (200mL)
For a micellar solution, La Roche-Posay's version was surprisingly good at removing make-up, including eye products! Although that is a bonus, I tend to only use micellar solution for face and neck while leaving the eyes to be taken care of by an oil-based make-up remover. This micellar solution is very soothing and this bottle lasted around 2 months for me. I bought this in Paris for under €9, but in Canada, it retails for almost double the price to be at a similar price point as the Bioderma Sensibio H2O [Review Here] and I would prefer to repurchase the Bioderma version.
REN Oat and Bay Conditioning Shampoo & Pro-Vitamin Conditioner (50mL x 2)
I had no idea that REN made hair care products until I came across this duo during my stay at the Thompson Hotel in Toronto. The shampoo and conditioner were very ordinary. Considering the 100mL sizes retail for $11 each, I don't think I would pay such a high price for the results. Although as always, REN products contain no sulfates, parabens, synthetics, and etc., so I wouldn't mind paying a premium if only had the products worked a little better on my hair.
What products did you finish this month?