BEAUTY

First Aid Beauty Skin Rescue Deep Cleanser Review

The first product I used from First Aid Beauty (FAB) was their radiance pads. I wasn’t too impressed with them so I haven’t really been checking for them since then. The Skin Rescue Deep Cleanser came in one of my beauty advent calendars last Christmas and I have just gotten round to use it.

FAB Skin Rescue Deep Cleanser is formulated with red clay and made for oil, blemish prone skin types. The cleanser helps to draw out impurities, remove excess oil and unclogs pores to leave the skin supple, pure and cleansed.

Experience

I have been using this has my AM cleanser for about a week out and a few times as a second cleanser in the evening. This is a gel textured cleanser with a subtle scent.

The cleanser does a good job at cleansing the skin without drying it out. I use this on damp skin with my hands, massaging over my face and skin using the 60sec method. The cleanser produces a gentle lather & foam and it’s good for balancing my skin. It didn’t really prevent breakouts as I still suffered a minor cystic breakout late in July.

Verdict

It’s an ok cleanser, I’m not blown away by it but I would still recommend it if you wanted a mid-range cleanser. The only con I have about the product is that it has a subtle shimmer in it? It doesn’t leave the skin shimmery but I really don’t get why it has it. I get that it’s an aesthetic thing but I want effective skincare not skincare for Instagram.

First Aid Beauty Skin Rescue Deep Cleanser is £18 on Feelunique

 

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