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The three cleansers I’m going to show you today are designed to revive and awaken your winter-wrecked skin in time for spring. We all want our skin looking radiant and fresh ready for summer and now is the time to take action.
If you’re anything like me these past cold months may have left your skin feeling a tad dull and lifeless, so it’s important to use the right products to combat this. The cleansers all contain fabulous natural ingredients to help brighten and rejuvenate the skin. To find out what I thought of each cleanser please keep reading.
Spring Cleansers -Odylique Creamy Coconut Cleanser (£18)
Vegan, organic and suitable for sensitive skin, despite the proclamation of this cleanser being suitable for only those with normal to dry skin this was my second favourite of the bunch. Super gentle and creamy with no harsh scent, the slight coconut smell makes me feel like it is already summer. Love using this both when I wake up and before I go to bed, it feels lovely and calming to the skin. The formula is very thin, in my opinion, so it doesn’t feel all that moisturising but it does contain some excellent ingredients such as: virgin olive oil, rosewater, rosemary extract and sage oil. I think those with normal skin will adore this product. Find it here
Spring Cleansers -Janjira Marine Radiant White Brightening Cleanser (£22)
This isn’t a bad cleanser by any means, out of all of them it definitely made my skin feel the cleanest. It has the consistency of a thick lotion and a very mild, almost non-existent scent which I appreciate. It claims to brighten the skin and contains Algowhite, Vitamin C and Vitamin B3 which work together to exfoliate and reveal fresh, clean skin. The reason this is my least favourite is because it is a foaming cleanser and therefore leaves my skin feeling literally squeaky clean and stripped, which I am not a fan of. If you don’t mind foaming cleansers then you will love this. Find it here
Spring Cleansers – Rio Rosa Mosqueta Cream Cleanser (£8.95)
Last but not least and the most inexpensive to boot, I really like this cleanser. Its sole disadvantage is the odd scent that comes with it. It smells like my Grandma’s soap and not in a cutesy lavender way, more in an abandoned motel way. Apart from this the cleanser is thick and creamy and feels extremely moisturising and dreamy on the skin. I love the packaging with the turquoise print and the price makes it even more attractive. Find it here
Depending on what you look for in a cleanser, I am sure one of these will fit the bill for you this Spring. Personally, I use the Rio Rosa Mosqueta Cleanser in the mornings and the Odylique Creamy Coconut Cleanser at night to remove my makeup. I barely reach for the Janjira Brightening Cleanser only because it does foam up, but if I feel like my skin needs a good deep clean I will grab it in the shower. I used it after my holiday to France and found it made my skin feel super clean and fresh, just a little dry.
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