Cordelia Wright from Beauty Magpie shares her views on CloudCloth...
’There's no excuse not to exfoliate efficiently when you have the right tools, and I feel this can be a staple in everyone's bathroom.
I wanted to see how both the textured side for exfoliation and the soft side for cleansing worked, and also how it fared going through the washer in between.
I used this to exfoliate my face in the morning simply with warm water. I then washed and air dried, before using with cleanser in the evening. I'm really impressed! The quality is great, it didn't fall apart like other cleansing cloths and muslins.
Also - I have it on good authority that they do survive going through the dryer - there may be some slight shrinkage, but they fluff up nice.
Years of using face wipes to remove makeup, it's just not really necessary any more. I'll be stocking up on these for friends and family for sure'
We get asked quite a lot about which cleansers to use with a cloth cleanse, especially from those switching from disposable wipes.
So we put the question to Cordelia.
‘These are the cleansers I’ve used so far with the cloths...lixirskin Electrogel Cleanse (although I used this as a mask)...Glossier Milk Jelly Cleanser, Eve Lom Cleanser Creme Demaquillante & Drunk Elephant No9 Jelly Cleanser’
When choosing a cleanser really put some time into researching what’s best for your skin type it makes all the difference. if you’d like some guidance we would be more than happy to help please get in touch using the contact form.