Review: Elemis Pro-Radiance Cream Cleanser

May 20, 2015

Well hello everyone, long time no see right? I admit, I haven't been posting as much as I should have been doing but I do have an excuse given that it is exam season and I have only just finished my summer exams. Now that I'm free of Normans and Christina Rossetti poems, I can fully focus and dedicate myself to my blog, so what better than to update you all with one of my favourite skincare products right now.

As you could tell from the title of the post and the pictures, I have been loving Elemis' Pro-Radiance Cream Cleanser. Back in the day I had a horrible habit of taking my makeup off with makeup wipes and no matter what brand they are from or how good they are, they are never the answer to taking off your makeup. I must admit that sometimes when I'm being really lazy I do take my makeup off with some wipes, but thats only ever on the odd occasion (Friday nights mostly..) and the majority of the time I always stick to my cleanser.

I love the feeling of my skin after I've used it because the cleanser leaves my skin feeling squeaky clean and not like I need to go over with a face wash or a wipe. I've also noticed how it hasn't affected my dry skin and doesn't seem to make it worse, although, I must admit that my skin is being pretty good right now. It's a very gentle cleanser so I imagine that it will even work with sensitive skin types.

It also has a pump so its really easy to get out the product and you do get plenty of it with just one pump. I generally find that one is all I need to cover my whole face. The one thing that I have noticed, but it may be just because I'm not spending as much time on them than the rest of my face, is that it doesn't get rid of every bit of eye makeup and I always find myself going back over my eyelashes and lash line with a cotton bud and some eye makeup remover.

Overall, I absolutely love this product and would definitely recommend it if you are willing to splash out a bit more on a cleanser because its worth every penny. I have a feeling that you could probably get it for as cheap as £20, and for a high end product which is from an amazing brand that I've been using for as long as I can remember, it's a definite bargain.

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