This Rosa Centifolia Cleansing Gel (£11.20) by Ren was the first cleansing gel I bought when I decided to discard all the sulfates from my skincare routine (I’ve thrown away all the products I had that contained this substance). I chose REN exactly for their more clean choice of ingredients.
I use this gel as a morning cleanse but I wouldn’t trust it for my evening cleanse. What I most like about this products it´s the fact that it has a very light texture, it doesn’t foam and it has a divine rose scent. It’s perfect to use in the morning and it leaves my skin clean and comfortable. Like I said, I don’t think it wold be enough to use at night, when I rather use more efficient but equally gentle products.
If you’re looking for something light and adequate for sensitive skin, seriously consider this products but if you like foam and you need to feel your skin tight to know its clean, then I think you should stay away from this one. I really cleanse my face properly at night so a light product like this one is all I need to remove the night impurities from my face in the morning. Like I said (a million times already) it’s a very light gel that doesn’t foam but it emulsifies when you apply it to damp skin and it’s gelly-like texture turns into a milky-gel that rinses quickly.
This one is almost empty and I’m definitely repurchasing it in the future but the next one I want to try is the Oskia’s Renaissance Cleansing Gel (£28).
If you’d like to give this a try, you can find it here: http://fave.co/1tookft