Oskia Renaissance Cleansing Gel Offer: One for You, One for a Friend!

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Oskia’s brand new Renaissance Cleansing Gel has finally launched and readers of A Model Recommends can, for this week only, get two for the price of one! That’s one for you and one for your friend, sister, mother, aunt – whoever’s in your good books. (Or, if you’re anything like I am with your precious beauty buys, “one for me and one for…er…me.” Sshh.)  I wrote about the new Renaissance Cleanser a couple of weeks ago as I had a little pre-release sample and I promised to give you an update. So here it is:

This cleanser is a little more than a cleanser. It’s a juicy, bouncy gel that looks pink and smells rosy and has a combination of choice ingredients that all help to resurface, rejuvenate and generally brighten the skin. (It reminds me of liquidised Turkish Delight. Not that I’ve ever put Turkish Delight in the liquidiser, but…you know what I mean. Sumptuous, gelatinous, gorgeously rosy and soft.) As a cleanser, the Renaissance Cleansing Gel – or, to give it its full name, the Illuminating Vitamin Facial Cleanser  – is very efficient. It removed heavy makeup without a problem, but I like to leave it on for a little longer, almost like a semi-mask, because it seems a shame to immediately wash it off. When you do want to remove it, you simply add water and it turns milky. Perfect for a quick wash, if you prefer it, but – as I said – I like to give it some time.

The Renaissance Cleansing Gel is suitable for any skin type – I especially like the fact that if your skin is feeling a little dry or tight, you can simply splash it off with water and it leaves the skin feeling moisturised, whereas if you want a deeper cleanse you can do the whole shebang with a flannel or muslin cloth. It doesn’t leave any kind of oily residue – it’s slightly lighter and fresher than a cleansing balm – but it still has that unctuous kind of texture that you can massage in and have a proper old clean with.

Ingredients in this include pumpkin enzymes to deep cleanse pores and gently exfoliate dead skin cells away (one of the reasons I like to give this a few minutes to get going on my skin), vitamins C, E and A (do loads of good stuff, including protecting against free radicals and restoring good skin texture) and also Oskia’s nifty little trick, MSM, which has anti-imflammatory properties to calm and soothe the skin.

Works for me! A gel texture isn’t one that I’d normally associate with a deep cleanse product, but this has definitely changed my mind. It’s a brilliant companion for the Renaissance Mask, but also a good everyday cleanser if you’re in for a spot of regular luxury! The buy-one-get-one-free offer is exclusive to A Model Recommends readers, you just need to enter this code* at the checkout: Amodelrecommends09. (Cleansers are £32.50 each for 150ml, but with the offer, £16.25. Nice!)   *PLEASE  PUT TWO CLEANSERS IN YOUR BASKET AND THEN APPLY CODE, OTHERWISE IT WON’T WORK

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36 comments

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  2. I really want to try this stuff! I know it’s an old post but Anna from VDM talks about this stuff all the damn time and has sold it to me… It’s just expensive, and I know good skin care is pricey and I know this isn’t as expensive as some of the other cleansers out there but maybe I will wait just a little while longer before purchasing, especially as I’ve just ordered myself a bottle of the Pixi glow tonic. Dunno if my part time job can afford to fund the luxuries I want in life.

  3. I couldn’t refrain from commenting. Perfectly written!

  4. Hi Ruth,
    I was just wondering if the promotional code is still up and running as it said it wasn’t recognised on the site?
    Definitely purchasing anyway as it sounds pretty perfect but it would be a shame not to take advantage of such a fab offer!
    Danika xoxo

  5. I took up the offer and HATED the product. I have a full bottle of it (unopened) still sitting on my shelf. I’m going to give it away to anyone who would pay for postage. I think it should cost about £7. I’m in Singapore. (mdmlee2005@gmail.com)

    • Id be interested in trying it if you haven’t sold it yet! How much would shipping to New Zealand be? x

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