Saturday, 11 July 2015

REVIEW: Superdrug Naturally Radiant Hot Cloth Cleanser

Some of you may have seen this little purchase I picked up a few weeks ago (read the haul now) I was recommended this by a lot of other bloggers who claimed it was like the Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser- I haven't tried that yet but I've wanted to for a long time so I took the cheaper option and have been using it every night for the past few weeks.

Since using it I will say my skin has cleared up- however I can't rule out the fact that this could also be because my diet is better and I'm actually taking my antibiotics for my skin? Either way it can't be a full coincidence that my skin is less spotty since using this right? 

Naturally radiant brightening hot cloth cleanser is formulated with a unique energising complex and infused with kiwi fruit and mulberry extracts to help revive skin's radiance and even out skin tone. Enriched with nourishing cocoa butter, this rich and creamy formulation melts into the skin and cleanses away makeup and impurities, whilst also providing gentle exfoliation, leaving skin feeling renewed, soft and ultra clean.

-Cheap, it's only £5.99 and you only need a tiny amount for your face so this will take a while to use up.

-Takes makeup off so easily, I put it all over my face (and eyes even though it says avoid eyes?) and rub in and it literally melts into my skin, I then soak the muslin cloth in hot water and gently rub my face in upwards and outwards circular motions. It's so gentle on my skin and takes off even my dramatic eye makeup  with ease that normally need 2 or 3 cotton pads soaked in micellar water?

-Face is so ridiculously soft after using, I don't feel the need to moisturise after using this product (I still do) but say if I forgot my moisturiser I would be happy to go on without moisturising.

-Skin is better, my skin looks brighter which is good because it claims to do that, and in summer especially I'm all about trying to get that glow from the inside and I've found I'm not having as many breakouts.

-Because this product does give you a gentle exfoliation you don't need to exfoliate on top of this, which is amazing because I'm all about shortening my skincare routine.

-The smell is one thing that puts me off- it's not a bad smell but considering it's got kiwi, mulberry and cocoa butter in you would of thought it would smell nicer than it is? But that's more down to a personal preference

-You only get 1 muslin cloth- which is good in the sense that some products don't supply them at all, but it would be nice just to have another one just in case you need it? But again there's' nothing stopping me from buying another one myself.

Would I buy it again? Without a doubt, this product is amazing- I still want to try the Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser however I really do like this one and for the price you really can't go wrong!

*On a side note how do you all clean your muslin cloths? What I've been doing at least once or twice a week is soaking it in hot water and using a gentle hand soap (I've got Dove at the moment) and just rubbing that in the areas which have been stained by mascara- the areas with foundation on usually come off just by soaking it in the water, I then continue to wash the cloth until there's no dirt left on the cloth and just keep ringing the cloth out to be sure there's no soap left on the cloth.*

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