Tuesday, 10 June 2014

REVIEW: NO. 7 HOT CLOTH CLEANSER

The No. 7 Hot Cloth Cleanser is my favourite facial cleanser and has been for some time now. Boots say “the combination of this rich indulgent cleanser and the gentle exfoliating muslin cloth removes dead skin cells and daily grime whilst stimulating circulation, leaving your skin deeply clean, soft and radiant”. I have to say that I absolutely agree!




I first bought this cleanser on a whim as I had a No.7 discount voucher at Boots and decided to try something new. I’m so glad I purchased it as it has made a real difference to my skin. I take two pumps of this cleanser and rub it in circles gently onto my skin after removing makeup with my Bioderma. No.7 recommend that you run hot water over the face cloth and place it on your face for a short while. I do this occasionally but not every night; although it feels nice I don’t find that it makes much difference. You remove the cleanser with the cloth and then splash your face with cold water. After use, I find my skin looks really clean, fresh, bright and moisturised which is a must for me as my skin is quite dry. This is something I hadn’t experienced with other cleansers and is one of the reasons I love it. Apart from how my skin looks right after using the cleanser, it really does improve my skin in the long run. I do still suffer from blemishes now and again, but they are a lot less visible and angry than in the past.

The cleanser is dispensed by a pump, meaning there is minimal waste and that you can really get your money’s worth out of the product, unlike if the product was sold in a tub. I find two pumps to be the perfect amount for me, and using this twice daily for nearly four months shows that the No. 7 Hot Cloth Cleanser is definitely worth the price, at £9.95 for 200ml. The cleanser is super creamy and soft, and although it does have a very slight scent it’s very subtle and clean.

The only disadvantage I can find with this product is that it isn’t great for travelling. The packaging is quite bulky which means unless you have plenty of room in your travel bag, it’s probably best to decant the cleanser into smaller pots. Having said this, I don’t think it’s a huge deal and it definitely doesn’t stop and won’t stop me from repurchasing. I’m currently on my second bottle and if anything changes I’ll definitely post an update.

The No.7 Hot Cloth Cleanser is suitable for all skin types as it doesn’t leave a greasy residue on your face but does keep your skin moisturised. It’s also fairly cheap compared to other cleansers although it does the exact same job! I would definitely recommend this cleanser to anyone as I really enjoy using it and am so happy with how my skin looks after sticking to my skincare routine.

5 comments

  1. I love the look of this, I've been using their cleansing water for a while now and I think their products are so affordable too, will have to give this a go :)


    loveablevogue.com

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    1. Yeah it's super affordable and the product is really great - definitely worth it! Thank you for reading xx

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  2. Hmm, I'd be interested to see how it works with my Clarisonic. Might have to give it a go after I've finished my bottle of Garnier! :) xx

    Little Miss Katy | Lifestyle, Fashion & Beauty

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    1. Yes! Let me know how you get on with it :) xx

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  3. I've been looking for a new cleanser - this might just be the one, as I have dry skin too!

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