Tuesday, 29 January 2013

Superdrug Naturally Radiant Brightening Hot Cloth Cleanser

Hey Lovelies, How are you all doing?
Like most beauty bloggers I am a HUGE fan of the Liz Earle cleanse and polish and have been using it for a couple of years but a few months ago I decided that I just couldn't afford to buy it anymore so this began my hunt for a cheaper alternative.

The first thing I tried was the Soap and Glory The Fab Pore Hot Cloth Cleanser, I really liked this, it was not as good as the Liz Earle, the ingredients were not as natural and it didn't remove makeup as well especially mascara but it still did a decent job if I used it only as a cleanser and used something else to remove my makeup. It did brake me out at first but after about a week my skin balanced out. The muslin cloth that came with it was awful but that didn't bother me as you can get a bunch for dead cheap anyway. I did feel like it was a little heavier on the skin than the Liz Earle but it does smell gorgeous and left my skin feeling clean and soft. There is not a huge difference in price Liz Earle is £12.75 and Soap and Glory is £10.00 but it is usually on offer for 3 for 2. I really enjoyed using it but, it was not the cheap alternative that I was looking for.

Then whilst browsing Superdrug a while ago I saw that they had brought out 2 different hot cloth cleansers one was a Vitamin E Hot Cloth Cleanser for £5.99 for 200ml and one of was their Naturally Radiant Hot Cloth cleanser which was £5.99 for 150ml and was on offer for 2.99 for 150ml. Yes 2.99! When I saw it I couldn't resist I mean even if it wasn't any good you cant really complain too much for the price. So I just had to pick it up.
What it says
Superdrug Naturally Radiant Brightening Hot Cloth Cleanser is formulated with a unique energising complex and infused with Kiwi Fruit and Mulberry extracts to help revive skin’s radiance and even out skin tone.
Enriched with nourishing Cocoa Butter, this rich and creamy formulation melts into the skin and cleanses away make-up and impurities, whilst also providing gentle exfoliation, leaving skin feeling renewed, soft and ultra clean.

 Eventhough I have had it for months I have only just finished my soap and glory and was determined that I was not to use the Superdrug one until I have used it all up so I have only been using it for a week so I cannot do a full review yet but I will do when I have been using it for a while. It hasn't broke me out, which is a good sign. It definitively smells more of a chemically compared to Liz Earle. The cleanser is a thick white cream, it is easy to massage and sink into the skin but the downside is that it is very thick and oily so I need to use a toner afterwards as I feel like there is residue still on my skin but for £2.99 or even £5.99 I don't mind using a toner. It comes with a muslin cloth which is better than the Soap and Glory one but not as good quality as the Liz Earle but like I said before it is not a big deal as you can pick up a pack for cheap.
I have not tried it to remove my makeup as I use something different for that (I know I am a bad blogger and should have tried it out)
I will do a proper in depth review on it when  have used it for a while.
What I can tell so far I don't think it is as good as Liz Earle but I do have high hopes for it because my skin doesn't feel less soft or cleansed. My skin feels fresh and clean so can you ask for more than that. So as long as it does the job for £5.99 over £12.75 how can anyone resist?

Have you tried this or the vitamin E cleanser?
KayleyJane x


  1. Hi dear,
    Great review! Love this kind of products!
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