Monday, 12 March 2012

No7 Radiance Boosting Hot Cloth Cleanser - Reviewed!

I've been meaning to review this for a while since I've been using it a lot later so i'm finally getting round to it! Hot Cloth Cleansers seem to be everywhere at the moment with every brand bringing out their own version. This is the second what that i've tried so far, the other one being the Superdrug Vitamin E Hot Cloth Cleanser.
It comes in a light blue box which includes 200ml bottle of cleanser and one muslin cloth. One thing I really like about the packaging is that you can see how much product you have used which is great because you knwo when it is running out! It also comes with a pump so it is easy to control the amount of product you need so product won't get wasted.
The cleanser is very creamy which I love so it is easy to apply over the face. I use between one and two pumps to remove my make-up. It is very gentle on the eyes and can remove even heavy/waterproof make-up. After the cleanser is rubbed in I use the muslin cloth and some warm water to remove it. This is gentle but the muslin cloth helps to almost exfoliate the face. If i've had alot of make-up I sometimes do this twice to make sure everything is removed but you don't have too. There isn't much a scent to it either which I like.

I also use this in the bath and the warm water helps to steam the face and open up pores leaving my face very clean and fresh. I use this every night to remove my make-up and cleanse my face. Before I got my Clarisonic I used it both in the morning and I night.

I really like this Hot Cloth Cleanser, it leaves my skin feeling smooth and clean. It does retail for £10 but there is always No7 £5 off voucher going around in Boots which makes it very afforadable.


3 comments:

  1. looks good but I literally adore my liz earle cleanse and polish so dont think i can reject it for this! hehe x

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    1. Keep meaning to try the liz earle one but can't bring myself to pay the price! Maybe I will when i've used this one up x

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    2. You must try the liz earle! It's absolutely fab! You can get a mini size for about £5 I think so that'd be a great first start! If you ever get it would love to hear your thoughts about how it compares to the n. 7 one x

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