Natural beauty and well-being

17 September 2012

Face cleansers selection

The end of summer is really really approaching fast. Well...cheer up! a beautiful season is ahead, and  it is a great time to re-think and/or reorganise beauty cabinets and products purchases.

The current post will present you a succinct snapshot of medium price range natural face cleansers that I have tested over the last eight months.


Pulpe de vie "Sweet Little Face"


If you like the revigorating smell of grapefruit, this cleanser is for you. Made in Provence (France) and certified by Ecocert, this foaming cleanser contains gentle natural ingredients such as raspberry and grapefruit water (known for their toning properties). The skin is left purified, cleansed, and soft. I really enjoy the "refreshing" feeling it brings every morning. However, I may not recommend it if your skin is too sensitive or delicate.
150ml - € 13.00
http://www.pulpedevie.fr/en/


Essential Care "Lemon & Tea Tree facial wash"


This milky yet light cleanser is manufactured in UK and certified organic by the Soil Assocaition. It is ideal for normal to combination skin type. Slightly foaming, impurities and make up are drown away and face is left smooth and soft. Containing antiseptic essential oils of lemon and tea tree and soothing aloe vera, this facial wash is really a great buy! The only little drawback is that the texture is a bit too runny for me and it is a bit hard to control the amount needed.
150ml - £11.00
http://www.essential-care.co.uk/


Yin Ylang "Skin cleanser"


This creamy cleanser associates the softness of a cleansing milk and the efficacy of a foaming product. Blended with botanical nutrients such as coconut oil, witch hazel, and also pH-balanced, it is perfect if you have a normal to combination/oily skin. I massage my face with a small amount and gently rinse it off afterwards (although it is not advised to do as such). I find that my skin is incredibly smooth yet not dry at all. This cleansing cream is aromatised with sweet orange essential oil which brings the " fresh" feeling onto the skin. One of my favorite!
200ml - £13.00
http://www.yinyangskincare.co.uk/


Have you tried one of those? yes? If not, what are your favorite face cleansers?
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9 comments

  1. I haven't tried these cleansers but I have a citrus fruit allergy so I am always cautious, I worry using this ingredient near my mouth. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on these products :)

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  2. Thank you for sharing these brands!:) I love their cute packaging :)

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  3. Very useful indeed. I have started changing my beauty cabinet products for natural/organic stuff and will soon run out of cleanser. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. I really like the burts bees orange facial cleanser :) & im soo enjoying ur blog.. following!.. xx

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  5. Thank you very much yolandaas! sray tuned for some new posts ;-)
    coming soon!

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  6. I am interested in trying it out for it sounds like a good product. I have been using Garnier facial cleanser and I love it. After that, I will be trying out this to see if it will work well on my skin too.

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    1. Thanks for your comment! Great, let me know what you think!!! :-)

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  7. Hi!
    The Hive is so thrilled to read this article as well as reading your comments :)Thank you, Sweet Little Face is blushing now ;)
    The risks of allergy should be lowered as we do not use any essential oil or chemicals in our organic skincare. If you wish to discover our brand you can visit our website www.pulpedevie.fr or join us on Facebook ;) If you have any question, feel free to contact me at myabeille@pulpedevie.fr <3 Have a sparkling day and let me know what you think if you try out any of our organic skincare :) MyAbeille

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