Tag: luxury cleanser

Elemis Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm Review

 

I love a good cleansing balm, and  Elemis’ Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm (105g,  £39.50) is definitely  a great one!

Elemis Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm ReviewIt delivers everything you’d expect from a luxury brand’s product.

It smells amazing, which helps to relax and lifts up the mood. Contains  geranium, lavender, chamomile, eucalyptus, ho wood, orange, menthol and clove, starflower and elderberry oils, doesn’t dry out the skin, and leaves it soft and

Clarins Water Comfort One-Step Cleanser with Peach Essential Water Review

I really wanted a cleansing product that I could use as a part of my morning routine, when I am in a hurry and don’t have time (and don’t want/need) to wash my face with a  a balm and lot of “massage action”. So Clarins Water Comfort One-Step Cleanser with Peach Essential Water seemed like a perfect one.

I have picked it up several weeks ago and am very happy that I did!

Clarins Water Comfort One-Step Cleanser with Peach Essential Water Review

It smells absolutely amazing (of peaches), is gentle and leaves my skin skin feeling clean and fresh, without drying it out or irritating..  In fact, the skin does feel soft and smooth afterwards.

This is just a perfect product for my morning routine, but I wouldn’t

New Beauty Purchases: Clarins and Korres

I am a huge fan of Clarins’ toners: I have already tried Clarins Extra-Comfort Toning Lotion for Dry and Sensitive, Clarins Toning Lotion with Camomile for Dry and Normal Skin and Clarins Gentle Exfoliator Brightening Toner.

And I really wanted to try the brand’s cleansers: Water Comfort One-Step Cleanser with Peach Essential Water and One-Step Facial Cleanser with Orange Extract. 

I plan using them in the mornings when I am often in a rush, so picked up the first one this time and will get the other one next time. I will report back later but have big hopes for this product!

Beauty Purchases Clarinas and Korres

I also wanted to buy a new soap so got the Korres one with milk.  The lady in the shop told me  that it’s her personal favourite from the range, so  hopefully it will not disappoint.

By the way, if you are looking for nice soaps, I personally really love Cowshed, those are brilliant.

Clarins Pure Melt Cleansing Gel Review. Rave

I have promised this review a long time ago, so here it is finally. It is one of my favourite cleansers which is Clarins Pure Melt Cleansing Gel (£19/$32.50 for 125 ml) which is a melt-in-gel. It is similar to my other favourites: Elemis Melting Cleansing Gel and Terre d’Oc Milky Make-up Remover Oil.

I originally wanted to pick up Clarins’ Extra-Comfort Cleansing Cream with Shea Butter but somehow bought this one, so will get the cleansing cream next time.

As all the cleansers of this type, I massage it for some time and then wash off with warm water. The gentle gel, which also smells amazing, turns into milk and removes all traces of grim and impurities without drying out my face.

My skin feels clean, soft and ready for toner and moisturizer.

I adore it for my dry skin,