Sk:n Vitamin Rich Cleanser - Dry/Sensitive | Review

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Im always on the look out for new Cleansers to replace my Liz Earle I always go back to so when I was asked to try one of the Sk:n range I knew their Vitamin Rich Cleanser was what I wanted to test.  

Key features and benefits of sk:n Vitamin-Rich Cleanser for dry or sensitive skin
  • Gently removes makeup and impurities
  • Fortified with age fighting vitamins and antioxidants
  • Skin is left clean and comfortable and in perfect condition to maximise the effects of other skincare products

Key active ingredients
  • Evening Primrose Oil — soothing and healing properties
  • Allantoin — moisturising for dry/sensitive skin
  • Vitamin A, C & E — anti-oxidants protect the skin from free radicals

The cleanser is quite thick in consistency and is easy to use just pop a blob on a cotton wool pad and sweep across the face and the makeup is gone. I have also been using this on my Magnitone in a morning to give me that deep clean feeling. 

I like that the product soaks in and I can't feel it on my face after, leaving a nice base for my moisturiser. I haven't had any breakouts or redness since using the product and my face is very sensitive so thats really good for me. 

Will I be replacing my Liz Earle Cleanser .... not yet. 

I love this product for the morning for the freshness it gives me. So think I will be repurchasing this as part of my morning routine but I do love an hot cloth cleanser for night time. 

Carrieanne xx

I would reccommed taking a look at Sk:n website here. sk:n is the country's leading skin clinic offering more highly medically trained staff than any other chain of clinics.

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  1. This product sounds really good. I'd like to get my hands on the Liz Earle if it's even better!

    Check out my latest post <3

  2. Love evening primrose! I must try this!


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