Friday, 17 January 2014

Cream Cleansers | Top Five


Cleansing is one of my favourite parts of the day - that might sound hideously sad but hear me out; it's the best feeling, I'll amend my statement to that, but cleansing just makes me feel so much better - whether it's first thing in the morning or in the evening taking off makeup, it seriously cannot be beat.

So without further ado; my top five (cream) cleansers that I just can't get enough of...
The Vitamin E Hot Cloth Cleanser from Superdrug is extremely budget friendly, coming in at under £5 and is usually on offer too; this cleanser is perfect for being rid of makeup whilst hydrating too. It's seriously amazing for the price point and it's definitely worth taking a look if you are on a budget.

Superfacialist by Una Brennan is a brand that I adore; my favourites? The rose hydrate range and in particular the Rose Hydrate Calming cream cleanser (£7.99.) It's hydrating, calming and smells amazing - this is the perfect pick me up for sensitive/dry skin as it leaves skin feeling cleansed but most importantly soothed.

No7 skincare is vastly overlooked; but I have two cleansers that I adore; first the cleansing balm (£9) - which is actually a cream cleanser, it's not a typical balm-to-oil cleanser. It feels light, takes make up off so amazingly well without irritating the eyes, is only lightly scented so it's suitable for even sensitive skins and obviously leaves skin feeling super soft, hydrated and clean.

The hot cloth cleanser (£9.95) from the same range has been a long time favourite of mine - it's very similar to the cleansing balm in results; cleansed, hydrated and soft skin but feels slightly heavier (only slightly,) in texture so it's perfect for after pre-cleansing as you can really have a good 'massage' with this one.

Lastly, an odd one but an amazing product if you're having some blemish issues; the REN ClearCalm 3 Clarifying Clay Cleanser (£18.) Whilst being a clay cleanser, it's texture is still creamy and it's perfect for really working into the skin after a pre-cleanse for a minute or two. It leaves skin feeling amazingly soothed, skin doesn't feel tight after use and really works at ridding blemishes. Also - even though it is in a pump, there is a little bag inside the pump so you know you're getting all of the product; without having so attack the tube towards the end. Score.

So, what are your favourite cream cleansers?

Peace!

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2 comments:

  1. I'm a fan of most of these, I'm yet to try the No7 Balm Cleanser though, it is actually my plan to use my No7 voucher tomorrow and buy it! x

    Amy / srslylou

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    1. Definitely do! It's so lovely to use. :)

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