Beauty: Best Face Cleansers

As you guys may have picked up on, I'm really enjoying all things beauty at the moment. I knew very little about it all to start with, so I'm loving trying out lots of things and working out what works best for  me. The QVC Beauty Excellence Awards were last week and I was asked to test out their facial cleansers and let you know which one gets my vote… (Find out who won here).

Getting straight to the point, my favourite is the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish. I've been using this for a long, long time having been bought it for Christmas one year. It was the product that showed me that in beauty (within reason) you get what you pay for. I use it once a fortnight as a bit of a skin blitz, but if you have more problem skin I'd recommend using it more. It's completely worth the investment, although I find it's far more of a skincare product than a make up remover.

Two other products (that I hadn't tried before) get a series thumbs up. Alpha H Balancing Cleanser is a fantastic all rounder. Soap free with bags of aloe vera and Vitamin E, I'd recommend using this for a couple of weeks after a holiday when your skin gets blasted by the "UK summer." It does also work as a make up remover so although it's £10 more expensive than the Liz Earle it saves you the expense of an additional product.

Finally, the Decleor Micellar Oil needs a mention. I'd been wanting to try this since reading about it on Really Ree's blog. Either use it "dry" or if you've really piled on the make up for an occasion splash some water on when you've put a couple of pumps on your face. 

For more information on any of the products visit QVC's website here. This post was in collaboration with QVC with no text or opinion editing.

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