Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Current Cleansers

You know how us girls like our choices, and when it comes to cleansers I'm no different. I like to have a cleanser to suit every skin care situation... oily days, dry moments and sensitive situations here's my current cluster to beat the skin care blues.

Clarins Daily Energizer Cleansing Gel*

This is probably the most astringent of all of my cleansers. Though the foaming gel can feel slightly drying and stings if it strays into my eyes, it leaves my face feeling thoroughly clean. Plus the drying effect is the most successful of all my cleansers to keep blemishes at bay so oily skinned gals this is for you! 

Good Things Fresh Start Creamy Cleanser

Good Things by name and Good Things by nature. This budget friendly cleanser is full to the brim of moisturising, calming and radiance inducing ingredients. This is the cleanser that I go back to again and again. After an interval of toying with alternatives I always enjoy returning to this. Unlike its Clarins competitor, this product is gentle enough to use over my eyes which is a real tick in this cleanser's little box as being a little lazy the whole "double cleanse" situation doesn't currently appeal. It smells incredible, is nourishing and just works really nicely with my sensitive skin. 

Liz Earle's Cleanse & Polish

I find this cult cleanser very similar to the Good Things cleanser in terms of radiance boosting, gentle, make up removal. It smells herbal and healthy (as though it's jam packed with lovely ingredients) and just like Good Things its gentle enough to use on my eyes. It's nice and calming and free from nasties which is why this is the cleanser I turn to when my sensitive skin starts flaring up.

So these are the cleansers in my current rotation. What keeps your skin squeaky clean?


*PR Sample