Your Good Skin Calming Cream Cleanser

Hi beauties,

Another cleanser today, but this is a high street one. Your Good Skin is one of Boots brands and relatively new, I haven’t seen a lot of reviews on the products and what I have tried has been a bit hit and miss.

Calming Cream Cleanser is part of the blemish clearing range. It’s more of a gel-cream rather than a traditional cream texture. This has salicylic acid in which I do like to have in a cleanser as well as an acid toner, how I use this is dampen my hands and apply, leaving it on while I wash my body and hair in the shower.

I love this cleanser, it’s perfect for me as an AM cleanser, it has a light fresh scent so would appeal to both genders and all ages. Calming Cream Cleanser makes my skin feel so clean and smooth without that awful stripping feeling. I bought this in late spring and it’s still going!

The tube is 125ml and excellent value at £5.99, although often on promotion.

Till next time,

Lucy xxx

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Faith in Nature Lavender and Geranium Shower Gel and Bath Foam

Hi beauties,

Today I have a shower product from Faith in Nature, Lavender and Geranium Shower Gel and Bath Foam.

I love lavender, it is my favourite essential oil. I know a lot of people don’t like it and find it old fashioned but if you get a good quality oil I find it’s more herby than floral.

I bought this shower gel in London whilst on a trip to Whole Foods, they have a brilliant health and beauty section which is always my to go! I have tried shampoo and conditioner from Faith in Nature but nothing else so I grabbed this.

No SLS in this formula but I have to say it felt a bit drying on my skin. And the scent smelled very synthetic to me which I was really disappointed by. I ended up throwing it away which was a shame.

I’m not sure I would necessarily buy from the brand again, I wasn’t impressed with this product and the shampoo and conditioner wasn’t the best I had tried. So all in all a bit of a dud.

Till next time,

Lucy xxx

Beauty Pie Japanfusion Pure Transforming Cleanser

Hi beauties,

Beauty Pie again! Today it’s the turn of Japanfusion Pure Transforming Cleanser.

This is a thick milky gel/balm that turns into an oil and then emulsifies with water into a milk. I love this kind of formula, it’s amazing at blitzing makeup and grime but doesn’t make your skin squeaky.

Japanfusion Pure Tranforming Cleanser is a definite repurchase and one I would recommend for all skin types. You can use it both for AM and PM cleanses and of course for makeup removal. I love the versatility of it, it is absolutely brilliant. £25 for non members, but members pay just £6.58.

Till next time,

Lucy xxx

Poppy Austin Vitamin C Cleanser

Hi beauties,

Today I have Poppy Austin’s Vitamin C Cleanser Anti Aging Wash.

Poppy Austin is a vegan, organic, cruelty free company that makes products with Organic Moroccan Argan Oil. According to their website the instructions on how to create the purest of Argan oils were discovered by a British couple during a house clearance in 2007 and these instructions inspired the “birth of the company”.

This Vitamin C Cleanser is Aloe based with 15% Vitamin C for smoothing and antioxidant properties. It’s a gel cleanser that can remove makeup, but not eye makeup, sulfate free and gentle.

I use this mostly as a morning or second cleanse, it’s nice but I’m not blown away by it. I think there are better face washes that are much cheaper (I’m thinking Dr Organic Dead Sea Mineral Face Wash) and for me more pleasurable to use.

I bought mine from Amazon where it does vary in price. I paid £17.49 while at the time of writing it is £16.62. I wouldn’t buy this again, I think it’s expensive for what it is, I didn’t see any of the benefits of the Vitamin C element. I’m not sure I will try anything else from the brand, there are many other things on my wish list before I would consider it.

Till next time,

Lucy xxx

Laboratoire SVR Topialyse Baume Lavant

Hi beauties,

A brand I have found some brilliant products from is Laboratoire SVR, Topialyse Baume Lavant.

The Topialyse range is for very dry skins, like the Topialyse Huile Lavante Micellaire I reviewed earlier. The Baume Lavant is a much richer texture and thicker than the oil, I have used this for cleansing my face and body.

Baume Lavant contains Niacinamide and Omegas 3,6,9. It’s a beautiful product to use, it’s fragrance free so great for sensitive skin. It’s been brilliant for helping to clean my skin without stripping and keeping my skin hydrated. Perfect for when I’m having an eczema flare up it’s very soothing and calming.

Baume Lavant is suitable for the whole family, it helps to relieve the itching associated dry skin conditions and keeps your skin hydrated for up to 24 hours.

This will be a repeat purchase for me, I absolutely love it. I bought this 400ml from Feel Unique for £15.00, it is available at discount pharmacy http://www.easyparapharmacie.co.uk for £11.59.

Till next time,

Lucy xxx

La Roche Posay Hydrating Gentle Cleanser

Hi beauties,

You guys know I LOVE a cleanser, I probably own more cleansers than any other skincare. I’m always on the lookout for one I’ve not tried before and when I was very kindly sent this sample in a care package from Sari @talesofskincare in January.

This came at a perfect time, you all know my skin has been acting up over the past few months so needed something that was gentle, but removed makeup when I wanted it to.

I love this cleanser, it’s brilliant. Easy to rinse off in the shower or to remove with a cloth in the evening. It’s a light lotion texture that’s spreads well so no rubbing on sensitive skin. It’s also fragrance free so excellent for those who don’t want or can’t have fragrance in their skincare.

I struggled to find this, but found it under a different name, Toleriane Caring Wash on various pharmacy websites. I bought a 400ml bottle from http://www.easyparapharmacie.co.uk for £12.92. Caring Wash is for facial use, but I did try it as a shower gel too. My skin was left feeling soft and not stripped at all, so I would take this away with me for a multi use cleanser. A definite repurchase!

Till next time,

Lucy xxx

Beauty Kitchen Abyssinian Oil Natural Cream Cleanser

Hi beauties

I have another Beauty Kitchen product, their Abyssinian Oil Natural Cream Cleanser to tell you about today. I’ve reviewed two other products from this range and I have fast become a fan.

Abyssinian Oil comes from the Crambe Abyssinica Plant, it is supposed to be more potent in moisturising than Argan and Jojoba Oils and mimics human sebum making it suitable for all skin types.

As the name suggests, this is a Cream texture which is my preference. I fell in love with a very famous Hot Cloth Cleanser years ago and Cream has been my favourite ever since, and while I love Cleansing Oils, I have more creams than anything else! This is a light cream texture and it’s easy to rub into your skin. The pump only dispenses a small amount, so I do ten pumps for Face and neck which sounds like a lot, you may need less. I’m known for being generous with product so see what works for you.

The cleanser can be removed in two ways, one you can simply rinse off which makes this great for a morning cleanse as well as a makeup remover. Second is using a damp cloth, it removes makeup, and all general filth from your face without stripping. It also has the signature smell for this range which is a very sexy floral. Quick note on packaging, it’s an airtight pump that pushes up from the bottom So not one bit of product is wasted. Beauty Kitchen use recycled carbon neutral packaging as per their ethos.

Natural Cream Cleanser is £12.99 from Holland and Barrett instore and online and also at the time of writing on a buy one get one half price promotion.

Till next time,

Lucy xxx