This Works have launched a new collection, simply named ‘Clean Skin‘. I have been trying out the 5-in-1 Cleansing water (nice) and the Gentle Cleanser (really nice). The water is absolutely fine, I have no particular complaints. It’s not super-duper at removing eye makeup, not like some of the Micellar solutions available (Bioderma being a notable example), but it leaves skin fresh … Read More
I often get asked about what my “all-time favourites” are, and I suppose that at some point I should really make a video about it. The problem is that there are always new readers coming through (hello new readers!) who haven’t seen previous posts, and so every now and again I have to go over old ground. My Cleanse & … Read More
Out of all my beauty products, Liz Earle’s Cleanse and Polish is the one that I use most often. There. I said it. Now: I can sense mutiny in the ranks – there are screams of “WHAT? She tells us this now after six months of loyal readership? What the devil is the girl playing at?” and bitter whispers of … Read More
General opinion on cleansing waters is divided. There are those that love them, and those that think spending money on ‘what comes out of the tap’ is completely idiotic. Personally, I love them. They are the ultimate in lazy cleansing – I suppose the only improvement would be if you could ‘spray’ them on and they would evaporate along with … Read More
When you’re a bit tipsy, taking off your makeup in the bathroom, be careful when reaching for your cleansing wipes.
It’s lighter and fresher than the bi-phase cleanser, with mint essential water to purify and tone the skin.
I think that this is a great make-up remover that gives the more expensive brands quite a run for their money!
Literally feathery light when you apply it but is definitely heavyweight when it comes to cleansing power!