Hot Cloth Cleansers are big news in the skincare game, we no longer want one that just simply cleans we want multi-purpose products. These cleansers now come with muslin cloths that gently exfoliate so you get a deeper clean and fresher looking skin. I’ve been a fan and firm believer in Ren products for a number of years from the Glycolactic face mask, Cleansing balm, Rose Otto wash and more. I recently finished the last of my cleansing balm from the range just in time for the new launch of the Rosa Centifolia™ Hot Cloth Cleanser. I thought it would be similar to the cleansing balm but the textures are very different. This is creamy cleanser where as the balm had more of an emollient feel, it’s lighter on the skin and I think those with blemish prone skin will prefer the weightlessness of this.
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Vitamin P from Rosa Centifolia protects the capillary venous system to decongest and soothe
Triglycerides from Cocoa Seed Butter improve the skin barrier functions against moisture loss
Rosa Damascena from Damask Rose Petals relieves and soothes skin
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So far this has been working well with my skin, it has a very mild scent which if anything smells a little like baby products which is quite pleasant. I’d recommend just one pump, place between fingers and gently apply to the eye area the the rest of the face in circular motions. This loosens the bulk of the dirt and makeup then the cleansing cloth removes the rest. I usually remove the visible makeup them go back over for a deeper clean to ensure all traces are removed.