Sanctuary Spa Polishing Hot Cloth Cleanser Review

Since I tried the Liz Earle cleanse and polish a while ago now I have wanted to try other ones but it's hard when you don't really want to pay a lot. I do like the Liz Earle one but the only bad thing is that it's in a pump and you can't see how much is left. I did recently find one in Primark but I didn't like that it smelt even worse than the Sanctuary one, but it was only £4.

Anyway my sister bought the Sanctuary Spa polishing hot cloth cleanser and I thought I'd try it and it just happened to be on offer.It was the last one and even better at £6.67 instead of £10 w
hich isn't bad in the first place but because it was my first time buying it I was pleased it was on offer.

I like that it's in a tube and comes out easily but one thing I'm not very keen on is the smell,I can't really describe it all I can say is it's not a nice smell! I still use it because it does the job so I can't really complain. This contains Beeswax, cocoa butter, coconut and jojoba oil and soothing chamomile in it which make your skin smooth and soft. 

What you do is place the cloth (it comes with one) into hot/warm water, then squeeze out some cleanser onto wet hands then rub all over your face, after this ring out the cloth and wipe away all your make up, dirt, dead skin cells etc for clean and polished skin.

I do recommend it, despite not smelling nice it does what it saids and if you're on a budget then it's good for that. I would give it 8 for fresh, clean and soft skin but probably a 5 for smell because it wasn't what I thought but that won't stop me from buying again because it does what it saids and my skin feels cleaner and looks brighter.

Thanks for reading.