On an overall scale, I can't say I'm impressed as most products did not perform well or irritated my combination/sensitive skin. In fact I'm so unimpressed I didn't even take new pictures for this post. Despite the entire range being ridiculously affordable with massive quantities, I found that even after a few days of trial some products just proved that "you get what you pay for" - in this case, dirt cheap.
I'm normally one to look at ingredients but as I couldn't be bothered for this range I won't be able to tell you what is good or not in the actual product. That being said, I found this toner to sit between terrible for sensitive skin to acceptable for normal/oily skin. Even if it was formulated without alcohol, with a pleasant scent to boot, it was very drying and sometimes left me reeling as it would intermittently sting my skin. I imagine this toner would be great for teens with very oily skin, those with sensitive or dry skin please steer clear.
Soft Cleansing Milk 0/5
I hate this cleansing milk. Irritating as well as having my skin be full of little bumps the morning after made it go straight to my younger brother. It didn't work for him either.
If you must have a cleansing milk or foaming cleanser I suggest Sukin and DermaSukin Skincare (available at Priceline, Chemist Warehouse and select pharmacies) because their cleansers are AMAZING and have worked wonders for my entire family, especially the DermaSukin line which is formulated for younger, more sensitive skin.
This product was okay at best, nothing special with no noticeable if not any, changes to body skin. Except for a lovely almond smell. I actually use this as shaving cream.
Makeup Micellar Water Remover Solution 3.5/5
Their Micellar water, whilst not that great, was actually the saving grace of this haul. The product removes makeup well, although it takes a few cotton pads and double swiping on the face to remove the bulk of makeup. That being said, again, it leaves skin slightly dry and even a little tacky to touch. If I don't rinse my face and neck with water right afterwards, my skin gets tight, uncomfortable and the tiniest bit itchy. Oh and it stings my eyes like no other m***** f*****.
This "night" cream would be more suitable for oily skin during day time. It has no SPF so I still wouldn't recommend using this as a daily moisturiser. It's very light and does not absorb into the skin well, as but it also doesn't break me out which is nice. Still, you can find better for a few dollars more. I never stray from my Trilogy Rosapene Night Cream and highly recommend that for those with sensitive and dry skin types - fixes my face every night!
So, like I said, you get what you pay for with Byphasse I'm sorry to say. However there are still very affordable skincare products out there which are brilliant and sometimes it's a matter of trail and error, not everyone has the same type of skin.
Happy New Year!!!!!!xxxxx
P.S. I should put a disclaimer to say that just because these products did not work for me, it does not mean it wouldn't work for you. If you're up for trying products these do not cost a pretty penny so really, there is very little regret buying apart from the havoc some may cause your skin.