The Rosalina face cleanser is a gentle, slightly astringent face cleanser aiming to deeply cleanse, made possible by the product’s hero ingredient – Rosalina. A pea sized amount is needed to create a gentle lather from the gel-like consistency and to be used on the whole face. The formulation is Aloe Vera and Water based, delivering the active ingredients deeper into the skin for vital hydration.Read More
With sun beds out the window, the market is saturated with self-tan products, particularly those gradual tans that have the added benefit of moisturising the skin. On the top of the list are ones that we don’t have to wash off in the morning – dream! Eco Tan’s Invisible Tan is just that – a gradual tanning lotion infused with Avocado, Aloe Vera and Rose Geranium for a soft, nourishing lotion to hydrate and soothe skin while providing it with a sun-kissed glow.Read More
Shaving gels, creams and serums have recently saturated the market as competition against the infamous bottled shaving foams, and rightly so. They have less irritative qualities, as the gel or cream-like consistency doesn’t dispense with air-pockets like a shaving foam does, allowing the hairs to actually stand up in preparation for the razor. Serums on the other hand generally leave out occlusive ingredients like petrolatum or mineral oils that keep water from evaporating, and are generally water-based. They will lather the least, however aim to create maximum slip for a closer shave.Read More
Choosing a cleanser is a really essential task – it’s the first step of your routine that completely cleans your face and prepares you for your whole skincare routine. There are so many types on the market that target various skin conditions and types, however the usual three are gel, cream and foam.
Cream cleansers are usually thicker, creamy and contain moisturising ingredients like oils. They gently cleanse the skin without stripping it of its natural oils, making it ideal for dryer skin types, particularly dehydrated. Cream cleansers almost always need to be removed with a warm wash cloth rather than directly with water, to ensure the moisturising benefits are not stripped away, also assisting with stimulating blood flow to the area.Read More