Get it all off!

There's a lot of different things that I tend to switch up in my beauty routine, but when it comes to finding reliable cleansers, I'm certainly a girl who knows what she likes. I have combination skin (with certain areas prone to dehydration and blemishes) so it's taken me a little while to amass a miniature army of fail-safe cleansers that I know won't let me down- so let me introduce you...


Keeping things gentle with Ren...

The thing I love about the Ren Evercalm Cleansing Milk is simply how gentle it is. It's the perfect rescue for when I'm having dry and sensitive skin days (or weeks) and it's the perfect nurse for any redness and irritation- which is blooming wonderful sometimes. The fact it has a milky consistency means it's a little more nourishing and calming, as well as being super kind to delicate skin when you just need a little bit of face TLC.

Ren Evercalm Cleansing Milk Here

A little luxury with Elemis...

If I want a cleanser that feels like pure indulgence, and a mini at home in-the-bath facial- then the Elemis Pro Collagen Cleansing Balm is my one stop shop. In my opinion it's gentle enough to use at the end of every day to dissolve make up, but with it's deep rose notes and melting oil based feel- it oozes something a little more grown up and luxurious than some other balms- making taking my face off a bit of a treat after a long day.

Elemis Pro Collagen Cleansing Balm Here

Tackling pores with Sunday Riley...

The Sunday Riley ceramic clay cleanser is completely like nothing I've ever tried before but recently became such a staple in my routine that I kind of wondered what I did without it. It's consistency is somewhat like a gel, but with it's clay properties makes for a deep clean that leaves my skin next-to spot free when I use it as part of a regular routine. It focuses on tightening pores and means that my skin is always left feeling incredibly clean after using, and having quite combination skin means it gets a big old thumbs up from me.
Sunday Riley Ceramic Slip Clay Cleanser Here

Keeping it simple with Liz Earle...

I feel like this is the holy grail of all cleansers- the wise owl of the cleansing community and a product you'll always go to if in doubt. Before I was familiar with Lizzy E, both my mum and my nan were true patrons of the brand- and I've grown to be a huge fan of that teal packaging too. It's not my daily cleanser, but if I'm after something reliable, fuss free and still a bit of a wonder worker I'll head over to Cleanse and Polish- which does just that.

Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Here

And the Garnier staple...

I wasn't sure whether to include this as it's not necessarily a 'cleanser cleanser' (if that makes ANY sense)- but seeing as it's such a staple in my routine and always the first of a double cleanse, I couldn't leave it out. I'm sure you're all very familiar with this skincare holy water, but if you're not- let me just spell it out: it gets shit off (pardon my French). Whether that's heavy duty mascara, cakey foundation expertly applied by yours truly or even long lasting lippy- this magic little bottle will melt it away as if it were never there (I even made Joe buy a bottle to get off our oil based Halloween make up, so yeah- it's a good 'un).

Garnier Micellar Water Here


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Get it all off!

There's a lot of different things that I tend to switch up in my beauty routine, but when it comes to finding reliable cleansers, I'm certainly a girl who knows what she likes. I have combination skin (with certain areas prone to dehydration and blemishes) so it's taken me a little while to amass a miniature army of fail-safe cleansers that I know won't let me down- so let me introduce you...


Keeping things gentle with Ren...

The thing I love about the Ren Evercalm Cleansing Milk is simply how gentle it is. It's the perfect rescue for when I'm having dry and sensitive skin days (or weeks) and it's the perfect nurse for any redness and irritation- which is blooming wonderful sometimes. The fact it has a milky consistency means it's a little more nourishing and calming, as well as being super kind to delicate skin when you just need a little bit of face TLC.

Ren Evercalm Cleansing Milk Here

A little luxury with Elemis...

If I want a cleanser that feels like pure indulgence, and a mini at home in-the-bath facial- then the Elemis Pro Collagen Cleansing Balm is my one stop shop. In my opinion it's gentle enough to use at the end of every day to dissolve make up, but with it's deep rose notes and melting oil based feel- it oozes something a little more grown up and luxurious than some other balms- making taking my face off a bit of a treat after a long day.

Elemis Pro Collagen Cleansing Balm Here

Tackling pores with Sunday Riley...

The Sunday Riley ceramic clay cleanser is completely like nothing I've ever tried before but recently became such a staple in my routine that I kind of wondered what I did without it. It's consistency is somewhat like a gel, but with it's clay properties makes for a deep clean that leaves my skin next-to spot free when I use it as part of a regular routine. It focuses on tightening pores and means that my skin is always left feeling incredibly clean after using, and having quite combination skin means it gets a big old thumbs up from me.
Sunday Riley Ceramic Slip Clay Cleanser Here

Keeping it simple with Liz Earle...

I feel like this is the holy grail of all cleansers- the wise owl of the cleansing community and a product you'll always go to if in doubt. Before I was familiar with Lizzy E, both my mum and my nan were true patrons of the brand- and I've grown to be a huge fan of that teal packaging too. It's not my daily cleanser, but if I'm after something reliable, fuss free and still a bit of a wonder worker I'll head over to Cleanse and Polish- which does just that.

Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Here

And the Garnier staple...

I wasn't sure whether to include this as it's not necessarily a 'cleanser cleanser' (if that makes ANY sense)- but seeing as it's such a staple in my routine and always the first of a double cleanse, I couldn't leave it out. I'm sure you're all very familiar with this skincare holy water, but if you're not- let me just spell it out: it gets shit off (pardon my French). Whether that's heavy duty mascara, cakey foundation expertly applied by yours truly or even long lasting lippy- this magic little bottle will melt it away as if it were never there (I even made Joe buy a bottle to get off our oil based Halloween make up, so yeah- it's a good 'un).

Garnier Micellar Water Here


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26 comments:

  1. I love the Garnier Micellar Water, great post!

    xo, Liz
    http://lipstickandconfetti.com

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  2. I'm a huge fan of the garnier micellar water too; I love it for removing mascara :) Really want to try the Ren one I've heard such good things about it and my skin has been super sensitive recently.
    Love Holly x

    www.thehollydays.co.uk

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  3. I think I've tried and loved every cleanser here, I always use the Garnier Micellar Water to take my makeup off!
    Jodie, xo // Jodie Loue

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  4. Ah! The Elemis Cleansing Balm is one of my ultimate luxury cleansers when I feel my skin needs that little bit extra loving or I've worn a little bit more makeup than usual! It really is a beautiful product!

    Megan xo
    Thumbelina Lillie | UK Beauty & Fashion Blog

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  5. Oh my goodness that Elemis cleansing balm sounds like heaven! I might actually look forward to cleansing if I had that...definitely going to check it out. Great post! XO -Kim
    www.thethirtysomethinglife.com

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  6. Oh my god that Elemis cleaning balm sounds like pure heaven...I might actually look forward to cleansing if I had that! Definitely going to try it! Great post! XO -Kim
    www.thethirtysomethinglife.com

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  7. Out of all these I've only tried out the Garner Micellar Water and I love it! Leaves my face feeling amazing and doesn't irritate my skin either which is a bonus! Em xx

    http://edoublemamurray.blogspot.com.au/

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  8. Thanks for sharing! These all look amazing!
    <3
    katsfashionfix.blogspot.com

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  9. Lovely! I've heard that the Garnier Micellar Cleanser is similar to Bioderma, is that true? Great post! Your photos are the best :)

    ashrealasitgets.blogspot.com

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  10. I really want to try the cleansing water, I have been seeing it everywhere
    xo
    www.laurajaneatelier.com

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  11. The Sunday Riley cleanser sounds incredible! It's a bit pricey, but I might treat myself to it.

    Adorethee.blogspot.com

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  12. Sunday Riley sounds amazing!!

    http://yumiandyuji.blogspot.kr/

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  13. I completely agree with you on the REN cleanser, it's such a beautiful product!

    Tessa at Bramble & Thorn

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  14. They all sound amazing!
    http://wiltedxfaded.blogspot.co.uk/

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  15. I love the Elemis balm, it smells so spa like and seriously considering it again once I've finished Emma Hardie - the Ceramic Slip also sounds fabulous, anything to clean those pores!

    Lauren x
    Britton Loves | Lifestyle Food Beauty

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  16. This is just what I needed and need to try some new skincare and these all sound lovely.

    Jackie | fashionxfairytale |

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  17. The Elemis Cleansing Balm sounds so lovely. Defintiely one to add to my wishlist! I still haven't tried the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish but it's next on my list to try!

    Katya | The Beauty Harbour

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  18. I knew about the Elemis and Garnier cleansers but I've never heard of the other before, i'm gonna check them all out now! x
    Minae ♥ MinaekeiLatest Blog Post!

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  19. I need to try the Elemis Cleanser! xxx

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  20. Love the sound of the Sunday Riley cleanser, I also have combination skin and prone to breakouts sounds right up my street x

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  21. Great ideas, thank you! I love garnier micellar water and use it a lot!
    Marie x
    www.titchytombie.blogspot.com

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  22. I love the Liz Earle cleanser and that Garnier Micellar Water! The Sunday Riley one sounds great! x

    The Girl From the North | An Amazing Giveaway Here!!

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  23. Loved this post! I will have to give this products a chance, since I have never tried them. The only similar think I use is Bioderma H2O to remove my makeup and it truly gets shit done! Right know I am obsessed with Purity by Philosphy it is super gentle and takes really good care of my skin! Have you tried it? I would love to now if it compares to any of the products you listed to have a reference point!
    Love, María
    www.fashionovermatter.com

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  24. Haven't tried any of these cleansers but they all sounds fabulous. Looking forward to have Garnier Micellar Water and Sunday Riley since I too have combination skin. Am also interested to try the Elemis Pro Collagen after a tired long day. Thanks for the info. Great post and photo. SharonElsie | www.diva-in-me.com

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