It’s not often that I search Google for celebrity skincare regimes, but after watching a little of The Voice the other week, I had to have a quick look, just to see how Kylie keeps herself looking so bloomin’ marvelous. Turns out that at some time or another she has used Fresh Soy Face Cleanser – So, after a few torrid weeks of trying to get my skin back on track, I opted to purchase some. If it’s good enough for Kylie…
I’ve been using Emma Hardie Amazing Face Cleansing Balm since receiving it as a gift about seven or so months ago and as great as it is, I thought it was time for a change. Enter Fresh Soy Face Cleanser, which has turned out to be equally as good – It’s a refreshing gel cleanser that doesn’t dry out my skin and thoroughly cleans the foundation and other layers from my face. I do find it occasionally leaves tiny traces of mascara around my eyes, but I’m yet to use a product that will clear every speck of the tough-stuff all of the time and I’m talking tiny amounts here.
The downside of this product is that is costs £15 for only 50ml. However, a pea sized amount is all that is needed to cleanse the skin, so I can see it lasting for ages. There’s mixed reaction to the scent online, but I have no problem with it’s cucumbery goodness. Overall, I feel like the Fresh Soy Face Cleanser is one of those products that I’ll probably always go back to. It does what it says on the tube and I’m currently very happy with the soothing and refreshing skills that it is performing on my skin. I would be lovely if it was around the £10 mark, but what can you do…
Worth a try if you have sensitive skin and I like the no-nonsense packaging.
What it is formulated WITHOUT:
- Amino acid-rich soy proteins help maintain elasticity and healthy skin.
- Rosewater is notable for its calming and balancing properties.
- Calming cucumber extract aids in soothing the skin.
- Borage seed oil helps to nourish.
Have you tried this product? Or do you have a cleanser recommendation?