Tuesday, 7 April 2015

No.7 Hot Cloth Cleanser Review

     I have always been interested in beauty and skin care. I constantly read reviews on products, watch beauty haul videos, and also a lot of skin care videos. If you're anything like me, you've probably heard of the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish. This is something I really wanted to try, but unfortunately, I haven't been able to find any Liz Earle products in Canada. My aunt in Ireland however, loved Liz Earle products and promised to take me to get some the next time I was there. 
     On my recent trip to Ireland, I was excited to try out the hot cloth cleanser for the first time. My aunt informed me that she ran out, and instead of repurchasing the very expensive product, she found one from No.7 which was half the price.

     I tried it out anyway, No.7 can be pricy in Canada. I rubbed the cleanser on dry skin, and watched as it broke down all of my makeup. I rubbed it in circular motions, it felt like a nice massage. After rubbing it in for a minute or two, I had black makeup all over my face. I wasn't sure if I was using the product correctly, but I wasn't sure how a wet cloth would remove all of the black on my face. I ran the cloth it came with under hot water, then just put it on my face. I let the steam open up my pores, then wiped off the cleanser. I was really surprised to see how clean my face was. This cleanser left my skin soft, clean, and it also smelt really nice.  
     I ended up going out to by the No.7 cleanser instead of the Liz Earle one since it was half the price. I bought one for my mom also, who absolutely loves it. If you're interested in the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish, but are on a budget, or are just looking for a new cleanser, I recommend this one. It's not only good for night time, but also leaves your skin feeling fresh in the mornings.