If you’ve been reading my blog for a while now, you’ll know I love finding new skincare. Cleasners are one of my favourite products to try – cleasning your skin properly makes all the difference. When Nourish London asked if I’d like to try one of their new cleansers, I was so excited to try one! They very kindly send me the 3D Kale Cleanser to see what I thought about it.
So, the cleanser claims to lift impurities, detoxify and protect against pollution. I work in a city, so I like the idea of something to counter the affects of city life. It contains kale and is colour changing. It retails at £25 and the bottle has a pump (which dispenses just the right amount of product)
This is the first product I have tried from Nourish London, so I’ll tell you a little more about them. They are a UK, organic and cruelty free skincare brand. No animal testing and no nasty ingredients, plus they are vegan – so a brand that everyone can use.
Reviewing The Cleanser
I’ve been using this for a couple of weeks now. I always like to try skincare products for a while to really get a feel for how my skin reacts. Impressions of the cleanser? I love it. Seriously, I am incredibly impressed.
To use, I splash some water on my skin and apply one pump of the cleanser to my face. It comes out white, but as soon as you start to work it into your skin, it changes to a green colour! It feels like a treatment as well as a cleanser. You can simply rinse it off but I like using a face cloth to remove it, for added exfoliation.
Some cleansers can feel your skin feeling stripped but this one truly doesn’t. It leaves my skin feeling super soft and just clean. No residue left, nor any dryness. A win-win really!
The photo washes the colour out slightly! But this lets you see the colour as it is turning green. The tiny colour beads actually exfoliate your skin a little too which is an added bonus. So, a few weeks into using this and my skin feels great. I never rave about a product unless I genuinely love it, and this certainly is one to try. I’m going to have to repurchase this when it runs out.
I like using this as my second cleanse – I go in first with the Garnier Micellar water to remove most of my makeup and then use this one to leave my skin feeling squeaky clean.
I plan on trying lots more of the Nourish skincare range, I think I have found a new favourite. Have you tried any of their products?