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Oskia Cleanser Reviews


This review has been a long time coming, but finally it's here and I'm going to be giving you my thoughts on the two Oskia Cleansers that I've tried and 100% love and recommend. 

Starting off with the Renaissance Gel Cleanser, and although it says gel in the name, it's actually more of a balm/oil kind of product. It's incredibly nourishing and I especially love to use this in the morning, no matter what season it is, as I find it's perfect for whatever state my skin is in. It's gentle, and illuminating and doesn't foam up or strip the skin. Just cleans and refreshes my skin. 

Vitamins A, C & E - Omega 6 - Sunflower Oil - Pumpkin Enzyme - Chamomile - Rose

These ingredients are what moisturise and illuminate the skin but also help to gently exfoliate and remove impurities and makeup.
This amazing formula balances out the skin, leaving it clean, fresh, radiant but most of all, soft and smooth. Not stripping the skin whatsoever. 

This is said to be suitable for most skin types but specifically for; dull, dry, acne scars, hyper pigmentation, combination, blemished or oily skin. It's particularly good for these skin types as it deeply cleanses pores, removes dull and dead skin cells. It also protects the skin against free radiacals and environmental damage and improves elasticity and firmness. If all of that isn't enough, it enhances the skins barrier to soften and nourish. Sounds amazing right? 

Right. It's an incredible cleanser and I've been using this for a while now and I don't imagine myself using anything else for a long time. The benefits are amazing and they're noticeable too which is how I know this really does what it claims to do. I'm nearly at the end of my second bottle and it's on re-order already. Can't go without this stuff for even a day. 

Perfect Cleanser

This cleanser has been voted the best cleanser for those who are in there thirties which is quite rare to for lots of brands. Although I'm not yet in my thirties, it's close enough. It's normally spotty teens or a new anti-ageing product that get the vast array of skincare products. 
I'll admit, I'm not keen on the packaging and this was the second tube I had to be sent because the first just would not budge. 

MSM (MethylSulfonylMethane / DMSO2) - Zinc Glycine - Vitamins A, C B3, B6 D & E - Omega 3, 6 & 9 - Prebiotics 

These ingredients are rich in youth boosting vitamins and minerals, probiotics, essential fatty acids and natural emollients to deeply cleanse, purify and decongest the skin. Along with some brightening and restoring moisture levels. It's pretty darn perfect if you ask me.

But anyway. This cleanser is suitable for all skin types from mature to hormonal, as it can lift away any pore blocking impurities whilst still leaving your skin clean and balanced.
I've been really impressed with this cleanser and it's magical rejuvenating powers, leaves cleansed and nourished skin.

There's often a show down every evening when it comes to my skincare routine and which cleansing balm I'll use, Emma Hardie or Oskia. It's neck and neck still. But between you and me, Oskia is the favourite at the minute. 

Okay so that's the end of the review. As you may be able to tell I really like both of these products and I'm keen to try more from the brand.
For 2015 I am making it official that there will be many more reviews coming up on IABT so if you have anything you want me to review or try then please let me know.

Have you tried anything from Oskia?

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