Beauty

Review – Soap & Glory PEACHES AND CLEAN Deep Cleansing Milk

Helloo!

Today I wanted to talk to you about a cleanser I have been using throughout the year.I first picked this up back in.. I believe it was February and I have been using it on and off ever since. I recently repurchased it after finishing off my Dermalogica and Elemis cleansers so I thought it would be fun to let you all know what I think.

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What is it?

This deep cleaning cleansing milk uses unique technologies to melt away dirt, grime and makeup (even waterproof mascara). Featuring OXYGINSENG™ Technology to increase circulation and cell respiration , it also speeds oxygen and nutrient delivery to fight the signs of ageing and re-energise skin. It also features peach and goji berry extracts which are rich in antioxidants and vitamins for healthy, clean, moisturised skin.

How to use?

Apply a few pumps to hands and massage over a damp face and neck. Use circular motions to help break down makeup and dirt. Rinse with warm water.

What do I think?

Obviously I love this, I have purchased three bottles so far this year and even though I have tried other cleanser during the year, I still go back to this because I love what it does for my skin.

I apply around 4 pumps to the palm of my hand, rub it together and then apply to my face, I take extra time to really clean any eye make up and mascara off, usually by gently rubbing my lashes between my finger tips to breakdown the mascara.

This cleansers really works to break down every thing and leaves my skin feeling super clean, but never stripped. It has a thick, creamy textures with melts into the skin, it kinda feels like your cleaning your face with a moisturiser, but it really does work.

Would I recommend?

Absolutely yes. It retails for about £8 but you get a crap tonne of product in one bottle.

Shop –

Soapandglory.com

Boots.com

Have you guys tried this? What did you think?

Talk to you soon!
Byee xxx

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