2013 Cleanser Empties

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Hey Lovelies,
Hope you're all well and having a great weekend! This weekend is actually my first weekend off since October. I had a lovely long lie in this morning. Yesterday I met up with some friends for lunch and spent the evening watching TV. Today I'm going to write up a few blog posts for you guys as well as go down the gym. This post is actually going to be an empties post. I haven't done an empties post in ages, but as I have quite a large collection of products I've used up, I thought I'd show you all my cleanser empties and let you know what I think of them.
Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser, 200ml, RRP £24.75 (LINK)
Last year I took part in a skincare project organised by Sophia who runs a blog called Tattooed Tea Lady. As part of the project I was sent a few skincare products to review. This included Liz Earl's Hot Cloth Cleanser. I was really excited to receive this product because it's the first hot cloth cleanser I ever used, and it will always hold a special place in my heart. This cleanser is very creamy and thick and works amazingly well at cleansing my skin and removing make up. It contains cocoa butter, chamomile and rosemary. These ingredients are designed to moisturise and soften the skin. You use this product by massaging it onto dry skin and then wiping it off using a damp muslin cloth. It does a great job at removing make up and it's definitley one of those iconic beauty products that everyone should try at least once.
Superdrug Vitamin E Hot Cloth Cleanser, 200ml, RRP £4.00 (LINK)
Superdrug recommend their Vitamin E Hot Cloth Cleanser for people with dry skin. As the name suggests, it contains Vitamin E as well as antioxidants to help protect your skin against environmental damage. It also comes with a machine washable muslin cloth. The texture of this cleanser is very thick and creamy, and it removes heavy make up beautifully. Like all of Superdrug's products, it carries the leaping bunny logo which means that neither the product nor its ingredients have been tested on our furry friends.
Superdrug Brightening Hot Cloth Cleanser, 150ml, RRP £5.99 (LINK)
Just like their Vitamin E Hot Cloth Cleanser, the Superdrug Brightening Hot Cloth Cleanser comes with a muslin cloth. It contains kiwi fruit mulberry fruit extracts to brighten your skin, as well as cocoa butter to moisturise your skin. The texture of this product is very thick and creamy, and it does a great job at removing make up and leaving your skin feeling smooth and soft. I raved about Superdrug hot cloth cleansers quite a lot on my blog last year. They are so affordable and just as good as high end cleansers, so if you haven't already tried them, you really should!
Benefit Foamingly Clean Facial Wash, 127.5g, RRP £17.50 (LINK)
This is a lovely facial wash from Benefit Cosmetics. Now before I started working for Benefit I never knew their skincare was formulated and produced by LVMH, the same company that do Christian Dior's skincare. As soon as I found out, I was sold. Benefit's Foamingly Clean Facial Wash contains amino acids to smooth the skin, as well as plant derivatives which increase the amount of moisture your skin can absorb. You only need about a pea sized amount of this cleanser to work up a rich later. It does an amazing job at removing make up as well as other impurities. If that's not enough, it has a gorgeous cucumber scent which I love!
Melvita Gentle Cleansing Jelly, 200ml, RRP £16.00 (LINK)
Melvita is an organic French skincare brand that I was introduced to in 2013 through blogging. I was kindly sent this cleanser by Melvita for review and I absolutely loved it! Melvita's Gentle Cleansing Jelly feels really light on the skin but it still did an amazing job at cleansing my skin. It contains rose and orange blossom floral water as well as narcissus extract. These ingredients have been formulated to brighten and soften your skin. Even though this cleanser didn't work up a rich lather, it still did a great job at cleansing my skin and would always leave it feeling incredibly soft and moisturised.
Ok, so these are all the cleansers I've used up over the last few months. My next post is going to be a haul, showing you what's replaced these cleansers in my skincare collection, so keep a look out for that. Have you tried any of these cleansers? What are your thoughts on them? 
Also a bit of a shameless plug at the end haha, but I am so close to 1k followers on Bloglovin', and if you enjoy reading my posts I'd love it if you followed me on Bloglovin' by clicking here
Nuala xxx
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21 comments

  1. I really love that Benefit cleanser! :)
    AddictedtoOPI

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  2. I actually have the first three and have used the first two so far...I love them and considering the price difference I know which one comes out on top.
    Amy x A Little Boat Sailing

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    1. I know what you mean, since discovering the Superdrug ones I haven't gone back to LE xx

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  3. Liz Earle is a nostalgic fave of mine. I'm currently using the limited edition one as my morning cleanse I wish they'd make it permanent! It's also the cleanser I always travel with as I know it's reliable.

    Victoria
    FlorenceandMary.com

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    1. Same here, it will always hold a special place in my heart as it's the first hot cloth cleanser I used but the Superdrug ones are amazing and such great value xx

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  4. Liz Earle is still a favourite of mine - although I keep trying other cleansers I always end up coming back to this.

    Sharon x
    http://stargazyeyes.blogspot.co.uk/

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  5. I loooove the Superdrug hot cloth cleansers <3

    Danniella x | www.famousinjapan.co.uk

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  6. I bought the super drug hot cloth cleanser I'm pretty sure it was after reading about it on your blog! It's lovely xx

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    1. I know it's lovely and one I'd def go back to, esp if you consider the price xx

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  7. I've been meaning to try out the Superdrug cleansers for the longest time! Definitely picking one up asap! xx

    Kat from Blushing Rose Beauty

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    1. Ohhh you've gotta try them I think they're amazing quality and great value xx

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  8. interesting post :)
    xx
    http://lapetitetasse.blogspot.it/

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  9. Just raved about all things cucumber scented on my blog so I might have to give the Benefit cleanser a go! Also, I'm still in love with the Superdrug hot cloth cleanser and repurchased it several times after you sent me one :) Hope you're fine and dandy lovely! xx

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    1. I'm good thanks babe hope you are too. Ahhh so glad you are loving the Superdrug HCC :) xxx

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  10. Great post hun, and love the blog! Completely agree about the Superdrug cleansers, great value for money. I used the brightening hot cloth cleanser and loved it :) xxx

    faceitamy.blogspot.co.uk

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  11. I use the Superdrug Vitamin E cleanser and I think it's great considering how cheap it is :]

    Jordan
    twohundredorless.blogspot.co.uk

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