Sunday, 15 July 2012

Battle of the hot cloths

So this is the Nspa Hot cloth polish and it is one part of my skin care routine which i love using. It is to be used together with a muslin cloth to cleanse, exfoliate and purify the skin (is this sounding somewhat similar to Liz Earl's cleanse and polish, anyone?). 
I picked this up in Asda of all places, for just £6.

Basically, you just massage 1 to 2 pumps of the polish onto dry skin... preferably working in circular motions. You then rinse the muslin cloth under hot water and wipe away. It can be used to take make up off... but i find it quite messy and end up resembling a panda (not to mention how disgusting it leaves the muslin cloth) so i tend to remove my make up first then cleanse with this. 

It includes a blend of Gingseng, Vitamin E, Cocoa butter and Sweet almond oil, and leaves the skin feeling super clean, moisturised and smooth. It is suitable for all skin types, even sensitive skin!!! 
I am yet to try Liz Earl cleanse and polish, and would love to... but for £6 i am happy with this for now and my skin loves the creamy goodness of it. When i researched the ingredients of them both tons of the same stuff is used in both, now i am not saying that the Nspa polish is a dupe for Liz earl as there was of course ingredients in both that weren't featured in the other one, but i am a fan of it!!!

Have you tried the Nspa hot cloth polish? What are your thoughts on it?
x x x


  1. this sounds good! Ive always wanted to try a hot cloth polish. I'll have a look for this next time Im in asda :) xox

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    1. yeah same!!! i was always intrigued but didnt wanna splash out on liz earl incase i wasnt a fan.
      But i definately am :)