I believe, when I purchased it, it was two bottles for $30? Sorry, I wasn't planning on doing a review, so I can't remember. If I stop by a Sephora, I'll make sure I pop in and get the price (if there's any left - I think that they were a limited time type of thing) I'll put the edit in.
There's a really weird smell to it. It foams quite nicely, but not sure if it's enough for my taste. I like one pump to fill my palm. Okay, that totally came out wrong, but I'm sure that you get my drift. The smell was all weird. Like it's trying to be floral but it was a little stale. Stale stank. Or stale floral. I'm quite sensitive to smells, so it was really tough for me to finish these bottles. No, I'm not one of those who you can't wear perfumes around. I just really have acute smellers. I would say a bottle probably lasts me about three to four month (though, it seems like I've been using this forever). I only use this cleanser in the morning. Yes, there's a reason...not only is it good to mix up your cleansing routine, but because I don't think that this cleanser could handle a tougher clean. In the mornings, it's fine if it doesn't cleanse properly because there shouldn't much to have to clean. But at night....oh boy...this thing wouldn't stand a chance against make-up. It's just too light of a cleanser for me. I like being able to feel that my skin is clean. You know? The feeling where if you rub your skin, it'll make squeaking noises because it's so clean.
Overall, it's a good cleanser and perhaps it's made for really sensitive skin. I wouldn't purchase it again. My girlfriend puts a travel size of this cleanser in her carry-on kit so if she has a long layover, she can still freshen up (coz we all know how great that recycled air is for our skin!). It's a brilliant idea, but other than that, once I'm done, I'm done.