7 Lush cleansers you’ll love

7 Lush cleansers you’ll love

Too much of a good thing? Not when it comes to cleansers! How boring would it be if over the space of a year you only stuck to one cleanser? Yikes!! So we’re here to help you to step up your cleansing game with these lush products ….all really effective and enjoyable to use. All of these work to cleanse while leaving your skins protective barrier in place, thanks to innovative skin loving ingredients.
So have a read, discover something new and remember that clean skin is happy skin.

Fresh – Seaberry Skin Nutrition Cleansing Oil

This omega rich cleanser is rich in Sea Buckthorn Oil, which contains omegas 3, 6 & 9 to protect and soften the skin. Perfect to reconnect with the skin by gently massaging the oil into the skin.

Buy the Fresh cleanser for £34 from Fresh Cosmetics

Oskia – Renaissance Cleansing Gel

This gorgeous cleanser has a gel to oil texture – which I love! It simply melts into the skin to remove makeup and dirt from the skin, leaving you glowing. It has a lovely soft Chamomile & Rose scent, which makes it a really lovely experience to use. It’s a nice, gentle cleanser, but it is beautiful and packed with vitamins!

Buy the Oskia Cleansing Gel for £35 from Oskia

 Elemis – Superfood Cleansing Foam

A cleansing foam that doesn’t strip the skin but gently cleanses and helps to calm and balance the skin. This cleanser utilises fermentation technology to release various polysaccharides and lipids that are better absorbed by the skin.

Buy the Elemis cleansing foam for £25 from Elemis

Lumity – 4 in 1 Skin Saviour

This beautiful cleanser is a fabulous multi-tasker. Not only is it a cleanser, it also doubles as a mask. The skin is left beautifully balanced and cleansed. Love it!

Lumity have worked their magic again With this lush 4 in one product. This works in whichever way you want it… it’s great as a skin food mask and as a nourishing cleanser…the results are visible. The ingredients include goodies like baobab seed oil, camellia seed oil and activated bamboo charcoal.

Buy the Lumity cleanser for £55 from Lumity

“Be good to your skin. You’ll wear it every day for the rest of your life.” – Renee Rouleau

Zelens – Z Pure Cleansing Liquid Balm

This balm is a real pleasure to use, it liquifies as you massage your face with it and feels super silky [so much so that you have to remember to stop the massage] then add water..plus it has a really lovely fresh scent thanks to the limon peel oil and bitter orange oil. This is easy to use, turning into a milky liquid when water is added, it leaves your skin feeling moisturised, smooth and clean and is great as part of a double cleanse or alone.

Buy the balm cleanser for £50 from Look Fantastic

Omorovicza – Cashmere Cleanser

This is a lovely gentle cream cleanser which is like silk on the skin! It’s a rich blend of calendula and apricot kernel oils, plus shea butter to moisturise and cleanse the skin, leaving it wonderfully cleanser.

Buy the Cashmere cleanser for £49 from Omorovicza

DHC – Face Wash Powder

There’s something about powder cleansers that has me reaching for my purse every time I hear about a new one. Apart from being a product junkie, I think it has to do with the fact that they are quite unique and each one delivers something different.
Generally they are extremely portable, they can multitask …acting as an exfoliator as well as a cleanser and you get to pretend to be a formulator, playing around with consistency by adding as much or as little water as you’d like to create your ideal cleansing formula.
This one by popular Korean brand DHC foams when mixed with water and provides a gentle but effective cleanse. It includes ingredients honey and sodium hyaluronate to soften and hydrate, enzymes for the gentle exfoliating part and lavender for soothing! Et voila soft, clean and smooth skin.

(*PR gift/sample)

By |2024-04-18T11:39:41+01:00February 21st, 2020|Face, It's All About Skin|0 Comments

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