…because it wouldn’t be a diet free detox if it didn’t involve one’s face.
Have I ever mentioned I’m a cynic? Yes? Tough, I’m telling you again. It’s important in this context. “This context” being, um, skincare. When someone hails a product as the best thing since Clarisonic, I’m going to give you the old side eye and make a mental note to avoid said product. Did I say cynic? I think I probably meant subversive. Anyway, this is countered by my innate curiosity, which has to still be hanging around somewhere, because this somehow found its way onto my doorstep…along with an eye cream, toner, day fluid and night serum. No messing about here. You’ll have to forgive me because this cleanser has been mentioned here before, but for good reason. It is spectacular and I am obsessed. This obsession may or may not have reached the point where, having left my bottle of the stuff in Yorkshire, my skin and I are so utterly bereft that I’m doing battle with my Internet to try and order some more. For now, you’ll have to do with website photos, I’m afraid!
Neat, unfussy packaging. The product is dispensed via a pump tube, which can get a bit clogged up, but nothing major.
The cleanser itself is quite thick (well, obviously, since it’s got clay in it…) and I wouldn’t recommend it to try and take your makeup off, but for absolving your skin of all your sins, it feels absolutely perfect. Yes, I mentioned beauty sins. We all commit them. Let’s accept it and move on. Following the directions, I use one pump and massage it in for a couple of minutes. You might want to use a separate flannel and very warm water to wipe this off because of its consistency, though.
Value for Money
£18 for a big tube that lasts a really long time? Sign me up.