I received a late Christmas present yesterday, a £10 Boots voucher from my great uncle. I finished work at 12.15pm today (the joys of being a supply teacher) so popped into town and headed straight for Boots, intending to treat myself to something I wouldn't normally buy.
I LOVE the Soap & Glory body range, but haven't tried much from the facial skincare range as it's a little too expensive for me. However, I have been very impressed with the things I have tried (The Fab Pore 15 Minute Facial Peel and The Greatest Scrub of All Self-Activating Facial Smoother Exfoliator) so I was keen to try something else. My skin is very temperamental and I struggle to find cleansers that work for me (they are either too drying on my dry bits, too moisturising on my oily bits or too harsh on my sensitive bits) so I was very intrugued when I came across The Fab Pore Hot Cloth Cleanser, which is, according to the Boots website, "a natural all-in-one cleanse, polish & skin smoothing cream" and which comes with a muslin cloth. Make up removal, cleansing and toning in one step? Sounds perfect, right? It costs £9.19 for 100ml which is more than I'd normally spend on a cleanser, but if it works I'll be sure to buy it when it's on offer as Boots often have 3 for 2 offers across their skincare ranges.
Online reviews are very good and it has been compared favourably to Liz Earle's famous Cleanse & Polish™ Hot Cloth Cleanser, which I have been wanting to try for a while.
I will write a review in a couple of weeks time.
|Soap & Glory The Fab Pore Hot Cloth Cleanser|
Oh, I may or may not have bought a cardigan in the Topshop sale today... In my defence, I bought it with two £10 vouchers I got for Christmas so I didn't actually spend money on it...