Thursday, 27 August 2015

Boots No 7 Hot Cloth Cleanser Review

Boots No 7 Hot Cloth Cleanser

I know it's probably old fashioned but I do like the feeling of washed skin, although for me soap is horrendous, I love Hot Cloth Cleansers as they give the best of both worlds,  gentle cleansing with added moisture.  I do double cleanse,  we do it with our hair so why not our skin ? and with these type of cleansers you are left squeaky clean without the squeaky skin :) win, win

I will try any brand of Hot Cloth Cleanser that I spot and do like to alternate them, I think as with hair your skin gets used to one product and needs to be kept on it's toes so to speak.

Boots no7 Hot cloth cleanser Review | The Lavender Barn

You will have seen from a previous post my review on Superdrug hot cloth Cleanser which also includes a bit about Liz Earle, that I am a huge fan of these products.

Moving on, Boot's No7 Hot Cloth Cleanser is probably my favourite at the moment, it falls between Liz Earle and Superdrug Price wise at 9.95.

 There is currently a 3 for 2 offer on Here .

This cleanser comes in a large 200ml Pump dispenser that lasts ages and is Hypo-allergenic suitable for all skin types, it comes with it's own muslin cloth  which acts a gentle exfoliator and smells gorgeous, really fresh and clean. The instructions tell you to massage onto dry skin, wring the cloth under comfortably hot water and lay it over your face to open pores and relax, then use the cloth to lightly polish off the cleanser.

I personally don't use it as instructed, I simply wash and go, I think you if you had time to lay in the bath with this on it would be fabulous although I have yet to try it.  Although it doesn't say on the product that you can use it to remove eye make up, and I am not recommending that you do, I have done it on a lazy day with non waterproof with no ill effects.

All in all this is one that I would 100% continue to buy, good value, good quality, and leaves your skin feeling clean and moisturised.

Love N Hugz
Lyn x


1 comment

  1. 27 August 2015 at 21:31

    Thanks for the review. I definitely cannot afford the Liz Earle one so this seems like a good idea! I am now trying out Micellar water - lets see how that works!


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