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Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser Reviews

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    April 11, 2008

    Hey all,
    I won a contest over at sugarshock beauty awhile back and I got my awesome prize in the mail today. It is called Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser. It is made by Liz Earle. I just tried it and it feels good and smells good. I would reccomend it. Here's what they say about it:

    The ultimate in cleansing, this award-winning, concentrated cream quickly removes everyday grime and make-up (including stubborn mascara).

    I got the starter pack which isa 3.3 full oz pump with 2 muslin cloths. It is all natural and here is what is in it:
    Beeswax (Cera alba)
    The beeswax used in Naturally Active Skincare comes from the honeycombs in which bees store their pollen. It has skin protecting properties and helps to relieve chapped skin.
    Chamomile Essential Oil/Extract (Anthemis nobilis)
    This herb takes its name from the Greek kamai (ground) and melon (apple) because of the sweet apple-like fragrance it releases when trodden on. The essential oil is considered a gentle oil by aromatherapists and medical herbalists have used chamomile for soothing the skin for centuries.
    Cocoa Butter (Theobroma cacao)
    This rich, creamy butter which has moisturising effects on the skin is made from the roasted seeds of the cocoa tree, the same seeds that give us chocolate and cocoa.
    Eucalyptus Essential Oil (Eucalyptus globulus)
    Native to Australia, eucalyptus shoots are a favourite food of the koala. The cooling essential oil produced from the leaves and twigs has decongestant properties and is used by aromatherapists to ease muscular aches and pains.
    The glycerin we use is always vegetable derived. It is a humectant (attracts water), drawing atmospheric water onto the skin to aid hydration.
    Hops Extract (Humulus lupulus)
    This herbal extract comes from the pinecone-like fruit of the hop plant and has astringent and toning properties.
    Panthenol is also known as Pro-vitamin B5 because it can be converted into the vitamin in the body. It is an intensive moisturiser and humectant which draws moisture from the atmosphere and holds it on the skins surface.
    Rosemary Essential Oil/Extract (Rosmarinus officinalis)
    This renowned and once sacred herb has been used for centuries in beauty preparations. Rosemary essential oil has a fresh pungent aroma and is very invigorating and stimulating. The extract has beneficial antioxidant properties.
    Sweet Almond Oil (Prunus dulcis)
    This light emollient oil produced from almond kernels helps keep the skin soft and smooth.

    At 24.50 it's a little bit more than I would pay because it's not the greatest face wash in the world.

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