Wednesday 10 May 2017

Current Cleansers

The rise of the double cleanse trend we can thank Caroline Hirons for. I must admit that against her advice, I use makeup wipes to remove makeup. I didn’t realise how much dirt and makeup is still on your face after you use one, hence why I know double cleanse.

The cleansers I have in rotation now suit different skin issues so I can change my routine as frequently as needed.

Three skincare cleansers lined up in a white bathroom
Elemis Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm
If my skin is feeling extremely dry or is in need of a treat, I’ll use this balm which is very soft and nourishing on the skin. It will remove makeup if you wanted it to but I think it’s far too nice to use for that!

Close up of the Elemis Cleansing Balm to see the texture

Elemis Rehydrating Rosepetal Cleanser
I recently review this in my ‘Elemis Skincare for Dry, Dehydrated Skin’ post if you want a more in-depth review. It’s a lightweight cream cleanser that comes in a handy pump bottle. I wouldn’t recommend this for eye makeup removal as it is scented.

Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel Cleanser
The gel consistency of this cleanser makes it very refreshing. It does help add a touch of hydration to the skin but it’s that moisturising, I prefer the Elemis Balm for that. Neutrogena also have a gelee milk which I’m going to try after I finish this one.

I have the Pixi Double Cleanse on my cleanser wishlist. Have you guys tried it?



  1. I love a cleansing balm, it always makes my face feel so plumped afterwards. I've got my eye on the Emma Hardie one xx

    Rhi |

  2. I really want to try the Pixi double cleanser too! I love the sound of the Elemis rose petal cleanser, I imagine it smells amazing, mmm

    Steph -


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