Tuesday, 2 April 2013

Nspa Hot Cloth Polish



I've heard so many amazing things about Liz Earle's Hot Cloth Cleanser however, at a price of £27 I couldn't quite justify buying it. I'm quite lazy about my skincare routine, and I don't like the fuss of some products. Therefore I thought it would just end up getting chucked in the back of a drawer, like many of the other cleansers I've given up on. However; a few weeks ago whilst on a trip to Asda I spotted Nspa's Hot Cloth Polish. It looked so similar to Liz Earle's Hot Cloth Cleanser, and for the price of £7, I just had to get it! 

I've been using it for around a month now and I love love love it! My skin feels amazing after using it and it has been a miracle treatment for me as it managed to clear a crazy breakout I had. It's a quick and easy step which I feel benefits my skin. I've been using this every night after having taken off my makeup with the Simple Purifying Cleansing Lotion, and after having taken a shower. I feel that when I'm using this I don't have to wash my face with a cleanser in the shower as it cleans my skin well. When using it, I massage it onto my skin and then remove the product with the muslin cloth that comes with it and warm water. I then apply my Dermalogica Intensive Moisture Balance(my favourite moisturiser), which soaks into the skin really well after using the Hot Cloth Polish. I also sometimes use it in the morning when I have enough time (I'm usually running about my house in the morning before school, as I always get up late haha).  

This cleanser is honestly amazing, and for the price, I don't see why not to buy it! You can find this in Asda, as it is exclusive to them. It is usually on promotion there at 2 for £8. So you get an extra bottle for £1, which is really good! I had never heard of this brand before, but I will definitely be trying out more of their products.

CELINE XO


8 comments:

  1. This looks great I really want to try it as I'm the same I cannot justify spending £27 on skincare!
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    1. You should definitely try it! And, why spend £27 when you can get basically the same product for £7 haha! X

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  2. This sounds so good for skincare! Great review.
    -Charlotte
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  3. This sounds really good, I want to try it!

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    1. I love it, you should! And, will do! X

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  4. Ooooh so this can be purchased in Asda? Will have to pick one of these up! I've never tried LE Cleanse & polish, it's quite pricey!

    Halima

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    1. Yeah, it's exclusive to Asda! Neither have I, it is pretty pricey. I might just cave in try it to see if there's a big difference between Nspa's version and the Liz Earle version. If I do, I'll make a post on it! X

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