I’m the first one to admit that I’m a massive sucker for anything organic, especially if the packaging is nice. I love trying out new products, new formulas, new brands. Sometimes I find a new favourite, sometimes the product isn’t very good, and sometimes it just sits right in the middle.
Basics: Cruelty Free • £17.50 • No parabens perfume or alcohol
I think with this product it’s the case of didn’t-work-for me-but-might-work-for-you. My current favourite cleanser is the Cailyn Dizzolv’it Cleanser, and as much as I would love to find a new favourite cleanser without fragrance in it, this just stripped my skin dry.
Sure, I could just go ahead and apply moisturiser after cleansing, and if it was just a slightly tight feeling on my skin I would normally just go ahead and do that. But it leaves my skin so dry that I just couldn’t use it more than a few times.
I don’t want to leave the whole review on a negative so I will say that the hot cloth technique that they recommend with this product is something I intend to incorporate into my skin care. When I used the muslin cloth which came with this cream with my Cailyn cleanser it was so much more effective and relaxing. I love the packaging and the philosophy behind the company, but unfortunately the MOA Daily Cleansing Ritual did absolutely nothing for me.