Wednesday, October 15, 2014

REN Rosa Centifolia Hot Cloth Cleanser


Whilst the seasons change and my skin becomes harder to handle I find myself needing to up my skincare routine game. Enter a new hot cloth cleanser to hit the market this year...

The REN Rosa Centifolia Hot Cloth Cleanser (£16) was something I luckily managed to nab a sample of from a magazine a few months back and tucked aside to try for Autumn as that is when my skin becomes the most troublesome.


The two-phase cleanser promises to purify, decongest, remove all makeup and gently exfoliate the skin whilst leaving it feeling refreshed, soft and radiant. The formula contains bio extracts of Vitamin P which protects the capillary venous system, Triglycerides from Cocoa Butter to improve the skin barrier to prevent moisture loss and Rosa Damascena from Damask Rose Petals to relieve and soothe the skin. 

I like how nourishing the cleanser feels on application and find it dissolves through makeup and removes all traces which I love. This is great for around the eyes to remove mascara as well as I don't find it stings or leaves any nasty feeling around the area.

What impresses me the most is how true REN have been with the claim that it doesn't dry out or tighten the skin, which it doesn't. After using this my skin really does feel moisturised, fresh and extra clean. 

The only thing I regret? The fact it is a sample size. I could happily use this everyday and once I have tunnelled through my cleanser stash I will definitely be picking up the full size! 

All of REN's products are formulated without parabens, sulfates, mineral oils, petrolatum, synthetic fragrances, synthetic colours, T.E.A, D.E.A, glycols, silicones, animal derived ingredients and a whole list of potential irritants. 

Have you tried REN? What are your favourite REN products?


7 comments :

  1. Sounds like such a lovely product! I've been wanting to try REN skincare for a while. I really want to try other Hot Cloth cleansers too!

    Tasha // shiwashiful.

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    1. Hot Cloth Cleansers are amongst my favourite to use! This one is really lovely :)

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  2. Sounds like a great product and also has none of the harsh chemicals. I should try this product out!

    Nivii x
    Nivii's Diary | UK Fashion Blog

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