This is up to now my favourite duo to cleanse and tone with. I wasn’t intending to write about this until I had finished but I realised that I am half way through this pot of cleanser and have used that in three weeks. So when I think that by the time I’ve finished it in the first week of January it may not be available to repurchase. This is because I have heard it’s a Christmas only item and the shop I got it from has only pots dated best before end February as this has fresh ingredients in.
Let The Good Times Roll £6.35 per 100g or £15.87 per 250g
This cleanser to begin with smells ridiculously amazing like you could eat it (please don’t). It’s for the face and body but I just use it for my face only as it feels too special to waste on anywhere else. Don’t let the strange yellow shade and odd consistency that’s very thick like a face scrub put you off this is the real deal. This contains corn oil, polenta, maize oil and cinnamon and if I’m telling the truth beyond the smell I didn’t expect much from it with its partially gimmick style with pop corn pieces randomly placed in it. I still don’t understand why it’s there so I just pick it out as I find it. As for what’s in it, well it just seemed too simple to work so few random ingredience but what would I know. I’m not the expert, just the happy guineapig willing to try.
Getting past this though it’s as easy as a regular cleanser you just have to pop a Malteser size piece on your fingers, add a little water and rub your hands together to form a paste. Apply this a bit to each bit around your face then massage it in a you would any other cleanser. This can feel a little rough to begin with as it is exfoliating at the same time as cleansing and I find the easiest removal is with a warm damp face cloth. I go over my face once then rinse to remove the scrubbing bits then wipe my face a second time to check they are all gone.
Tea Tree Water
This toner is easy to use, smells like a weaker version of tea tree oil and includes ingredients such as Grapefruit water, Juniperberry water and of course Tea Tree water all to clarify and also as antiseptics to help clear skin. I love the bottle that it comes in and the spray on the bottle is has a good aim and is perfect for using on cotton pads. I use about 6 sprays and this is wet enough to go over all of my face.
These two have been so good for my skin. I don’t know if it’s one or the other that had just made my skin so clear. I still get a few spots but with the job I do I expect it to be a reoccurrence , the difference now is they go so much faster and it’s made it easier to apply foundation because my skin is smoother and less spots means I need less concealer. It’s no more work that a regular cleanser and toner and takes about 5 minutes so can easily be fitted into your morning routine. I’m hoping to pick up the bigger size of each this weekend in case they do disappear.