It has been a long time since I last wrote here but life has been tough and I had to get grips with myself before I could sit down, have a cup of tea and actually write about something and that finally came. I have a lot of catching up to do so stay tune for my latest skincare/makeup updates.
Today I’m reviewing the Lush Ultrabland Facial Cleanser.
This a lovely cleansing balm and a budget alternative to the Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm.
To use it simple massage it onto dry skin for a couple of minutes and remove with a hot cloth and voila! It has a very rich comfortable texture and my skin is left clean, soft and calm.
It contains only 10 ingredients: Almond Oil, Rose Water, Beeswax, Honey, Fresh Iris Extract, Glycerine, Rose Absolute, Tincture of Benzoin, Methylparaben, Propylparaben; none of which is pore clogging which makes this a friendly cleanser for oily skinned gals. Actually is perfectly for every skin-type, although it felt a bit too much for my skin during Summer, so I alternate it with a milky cleanser every other day.
I use this as a second cleanse but you can also use it to remove makeup, I just personally don’t like to stain my face cloths with makeup, so I use a separate makeup remover before using this one. I love massaging it onto my skin for about 30 minutes while watching a sit com, it’s just so relaxing and pampering, my skin loves it! And a little goes a long way, I have been using this cleanser consistently for about 3 months and as you can see on the picture below, I’m not even half way through the pot and the best? It doesn’t cost a shit load of money, you can get it at any Lush store for £11.50 for 100g or £7.25 for 45g.
Have you tried this or any other cleansing balms? I have and I must say this is on my top 3!! xx Vanessa