Saturday, 20 June 2015

Oskia Renaissance Cleansing Gel Review

I finally caved and picked up the beauty blogger favourite ' Oskia Renaissance Cleansing Gel.' It was a good decision. I've been testing out for almost a week and know exactly how I feel about it. Here is my review.





I love the simple white and black packaging. The bottle isn't heavy but it's not lightweight either. It feels nice and sturdy too.
Price - £28 for 100ml
Texture - Soft oily gel
Finish - Clean, soft, radiant skin

What they say
A new generation non foaming facial cleanser, that quickly and gently removes impurities and makeup while actively illuminating to reveal clean, radiant skin that feel nourished and smooth.

Key ingredients
Pumpkin enzymes - Removes dull skin cells.
Vitamin A Palmitate - Improves the appearance of dry, sun damaged and mature skins.
Vitamin C & E - Protects the skin against free radicals.
Starflower Oil - Rich in Omega 6 which helps improve firmness and elasticity.

What is it
This is a beautiful oily gel cleanser that cleanses the skin quickly and efficiently. Perfect for a morning or second evening cleanse. It has a light, gentle scent, which to me smells likes roses to me, but in a good way. (I am not fond of rose scents) My skin looks and feels beautiful after every use. Suitable for all skin types.





(oily stage)

How I use it
I take a 20p size amount for all over the face and neck. I apply it to bare dry skin and massage it into an oil and remove with a hot damp flannel. I mainly use it as an evening cleanse.

Pros
- Non offensive scent
- Beautiful soft texture
- Softens and adds radiance
- Full of vitamins and natural ingredients

Cons
- None

Summary
There isn't much to say other than this is amazing! This is now a staple in my routine. It fits in with all my other natural, balm, oil gel cleansers which are incredible for the skin. A great mid priced cleanser suitable for anyone. Definitely worth the hype and money! Thank you for reading.

Maiya
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