Over the winter my skin became a little drier and a lot duller than usual. I found that the cleansers I were using weren’t helping matters so I went off in search of a cleanser which would soothe rather than strip my skin and an awful lot of people seem to really rate this offering from No7. Armed with a £5 voucher of temptation I paid £5 for this (normally £10 obviously) which I don’t think is a bad price for a whopping 200ml of product!
The idea is that you massage this into dry skin, wet the muslin cloth with hot water and use it to massage away your makeup whilst exfoliating all those nasty dull dead skin cells away too. Whilst I think it’s great that they include a muslin cloth I personally found it to be a bit scratchy and promptly binned it. Instead I use normal face cloths (I have about 20 and think they are the unsung heroes of the makeup world) which are more gentle but still do a great job.
The packaging is just fab. It looks sleek and kind of clinical and the pump is hygienic. The cleanser itself is very thick and certainly feels luxurious as you massage it into the skin. The fragrance is faint, a sort of herby cucumber mix which I barely notice. I do think this does a good job of removing my face makeup (you do need a separate remover for your eyes though) and crucially it does it without leaving my skin feeling dry and tight.
Do I have a glowing, radiant face? Er no. But my skin feels a lot nicer than it did. And as spring has sprung it’s still playing nicely with my skin despite it not being as dry as it was over the winter. Whilst I wouldn’t pay the £10 for it, I just don’t see the need to when the £5 vouchers appear so often, I would happily buy this again! X
*Bought by me*