Putting facial cleansers to the test, with Debenhams

debenhams cleansersCleansing my face is one of my favourite parts of my beauty routine – except when I get home too late and tired – so I was really thrilled to take part of the Debenhams facial cleanser challenge.

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Review: B. Revealed Glycolic Cleansing Peel

b revelaed glycolic peel cleanser

Every time I hear the word glycolic, I feel a little tingle – not on my skin, but because I love glycolic acid products. When I found out a while ago that B. Makeup was launching the B. Revealed Glycolic Peel Cleanser, I just could not wait to get my hands on it!

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Product review: Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish hot cloth cleanser

Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser

Nothing beats a good cleanser. Really. That feeling of having a deeply clean and not dry skin is just wonderful. It seems to strip away the daily stresses. And that’s how the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish hot cloth cleanser make me feel.

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Product review: Filorga face cleanser

Filorga foam face cleanserThis foam face cleanser came in the lovely BBloggersXmas goody-bag. I had never heard about the brand, and found out M&S stocks the French company which concentrates in medical aesthetic solutions for home use, focusing on anti-ageing.

This is what Filorga says about their cleanser: ” The first anti-ageing cleanser that dissolves the slightest traces of sebum, make-up and pollution while intensely hydrating the skin and protecting it from free radicals. In addition to an ultra-gentle latest generation surfactant of plant origin, it features the following guest stars: high-molecular-weight hyaluronic acid, well-known for its moisturising properties, smoothes dehydration fine-lines and Madonna Lily, which soothes irritation and protects the skin from free-radical attacks.”

Filorga foam face cleanserI found this cleanser very nice; the foam is thick and one pump gives you enough to wash your face. It cleans deeply, removing make up and leaving the skin feeling clean. It is non-drying and I felt it was really gentle on my face. The fact it has hyaluronic is a bonus for me, as I usually leave anti-ageing on the second plan to concentrate on anti-acne skin products!

It retails at £20 for 150ml at Marks & Spencer.