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Friday Five: Cleansers

11 April 2014


 Kiehl's Rare Earth Deep Pore Daily Cleanser: £18
I usually have quite good skin, I don't struggle with blemishes and I have normal skin which can sometimes get a little bit oily. However I have always struggled with blackheads on my nose, and using this cleansing exfoliator every evening has really helped reduce my blackheads, and the continuos use has kept them at bay. This leaves skin feeling really clean overall.

Clinique Anti Blemish Solutions Cleansing Foam: £15.50
About a year ago my skin had quite a bad breakout so I changed up my skincare routine and started using the Clinique Anti Blemish three step solution. The cleanser removes every speck of makeup and cleans the skin enough to get rid of blemishes without damaging the skin. I always go back to this cleanser if my skins having a bad day, or week.

 Nip + Fab Clean Fix Oil: £10.25
This cleansing oil from Nip and Fab smells amazing but also makes cleansing your face a quick and easy task. A couple of pumps rubbed on to a damp face removes all traces of dirt and makeup. It leaves skin feeling refreshed and nourished but, it stings the eyes- so be careful.

Clinique Take The Day Off Cleansing Balm: £21
My current cleanser comes in the form of a balm, a tiny bit of this rubbed all over a dry face melts every inch of makeup off. Then you just add a little bit of water to bubble it up a little bit. No effort needed, it even removes all eye make up without stinging!

Soap and Glory Peaches and Clean deep purifying Cleanser: £8
This cleanser from Soap and Glory is great if you're on a budget, its only £8 for 200ml. It removes all makeup, gives skin a deep clean and its creamy consistency also leaves the skin feeling nourished and moisturised.

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