Wednesday, 13 March 2013

REVIEW: M&S Pure Instant Radiance Hot Cloth Cleanser

PURE DAILY SKINCARE INSTANT RADIANCE HOT CLOTH CLEANSER
from MARKS & SPENCER | £9.50*


It's time for a mini review. Never had I been keen on using cleansers, I always found them to be quite heavy on my skin and make it a bit oily. But then my manager told me I had to try out this product and I'm so glad I picked it. 

How I use the product:
I know the convection of a lot of cleansers is to use it to clean off your makeup but for some reason I don't like the idea of getting the muslin cloth dirty so I tend to only use it in the mornings. For those who may not know, with a hot cloth cleanser (such as the renown Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish) you lightly massage it into your skin "to stimulate the skin and loosen dead skin cells" and then you run the muslin cloth under hot/warm water and in circular motions wipe the cleanser away. 

Pros:
- it leaves your skin feeling soft, squeaky clean, refreshed and kind of like taut, in a good way of course.
- the consistency of it is great, it has a really nice texture and doesn't feel like it's running off your face or anything as it's thick and creamy.
- the whole Pure range really prides itself in the fact that their products are made from mostly natural ingredients, stating that at least 95% of the ingredients are in fact natural and homegrown. As well as their "bee friendly project", which is explained in full in the photo above AND they don't test on animals which is always fabulous.
- it's unscented which I personally love, it has a nice pleasant aroma that's not overpowered by synthetic or extremely fruity smells.
- being from Marks & Spencer it's a really accessible product as most major towns/cities (in the UK that is) seem to have a Marks & Spencer. If this range isn't in your nearest store then you can always order it to be delivered to your store for free.
- suitable for nearly all skin types pretty much, especially oily/combination skin as it doesn't make you feel greasy or anything.
- the price is pretty impressive considering you get 200ml for only £9.50 which is well worth it

Cons:
- the pump dispenser is slightly annoying for the consistency and texture, when I first tried to use the cleanser, nothing would come out so I had to unscrew it and swirl it around a bit before it would work properly. I can imagine when it starts to run out, I'm going to have to just ditch the pump and hit it out.
- if you do like something fruity and scented then this isn't that unfortunately

Score: 5 out of 5, definitely recommend trying this out :-)

5 comments :

  1. Okay, you sold me! I will definitely get this! I've been wanting to try a hot cloth cleanser recently and this one sounds amazing! :))

    XO,
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    1. Yay I'm glad! I hope you like it as much as I do :) xx

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  2. I'm yet to try a hot cloth cleanser lovely so thank you for the review - sounds like a great product!

    Elizabeth Daisy xo

    www.candyflosscurlscupcakesandcouture.com

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    1. You should definitely try one out, they work wonders :) xxx

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  3. This seems like a cheaper alternative to Liz Earle, great review lovely :)

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    Megan xxx

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