It's been a while since I bought this Camomile Cleansing Butter from The Body Shop and since my experience with it wasn't the best I was contemplating if I should even write a post about it. This Cleansing Butter has a very rich and thick buttery texture that doesn't go along well with my oily skin.
The product comes in a tin can and contains 90 ml of product. It has a soft floral scent and doesn't remind me of camomile at all. It is primarily described as a makeup remover and it does the job very well, even with stubborn eye make up. Since it's so rich, to the point of being greasy, mascara and eyeliner gently and quickly melt off and are easily removed by swiping away with a cloth or a dampened cotton pad. Other makeup from the face is also easily removed with massaging and melting this butter onto dry skin, but it does leave a quite oily layer afterwards. This would probably suit drier skins, but with mine it had a terrible reaction and it broke me out like crazy (it contains shea butter). When you try to wash it off with water it doesn't turn into a milky texture so it's best that you use a cloth to remove it from the skin completely.
I do still like to use it as an eye make up remover because it removes everything so well and doesn't burn or irritate my eyes and save other products (L'Occitane Immortelle Oil Make-up Remover or Emma Hardie Amazing Face Moringa Cleansing Balm) to use on the skin. Rich, buttery texture is also great to massage onto any dry patches on the skin, to help soften and nourish them.
Oily and acne-prone skin should probably avoid this cleansing butter, while dry to normal skins would benefit from it the most. It's available from local The Body Shop stores and their website.