As well as being on a bit of a lipstick kick at the moment, I’m currently obsessed – and I do mean obsessed – by cleansers. Having recently discovered, and loved, Oskia Renaissance Cleansing Gel, I am currently using that and this Liquid Laser Cleansing Oil in semi-permanent rotation.
Another oil-gel-based product, the Liquid Laser range is suitable for older, or duller skins, but is mainly targeted at the surgery-shy over-45s. Despite not being quite in that bracket yet, this is still a joy to use.
Lightly reminscent of lavender with a hint of citrus in smell, this is a sticky gel that melts on contact with skin to form an oil. This lends itself incredibly well to a bit of facial massage on application. It’s a great nighttime cleanser, but I’d use it after you’ve done your makeup removal, now I come to think of it. It will remove makeup, but it’s a bit of a waste of a lovely product, actually.
Designed to lighten pigmentation, the formula contains white mulberry, cucumber and hibiscus to soothe, and I find it doesn’t redden or irritate my sensitive skin. It emulsifies beautifully, requiring only a few drops of water to form a milky cleanser that is easy to remove from your skin, however you prefer (I prefer to emulsify and then use a hot cloth personally, but it is whatever works for you):
All in all, a bit of a winner. I’m a bit in love with the Liquid Laser range generally at the moment, but I’ll tell you more about the rest of the products another time.
What are you cleansing with these days?
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