Good morning all!
Hope you’re all enjoying the weekend, I’m having a relaxing one after a crazy hen weekend and a busy few weeks.
My skin has definitely been feeling the strain and I’m looking forward to my Sunday evening bath, face mask and relax later on.
For every day though I have recently been using the Antipodes Hallelujah Lime and Patchouli cleanser, it’s been a lovely treat for my skin.
If you haven’t heard of Antipodes before you definitely should have, their range of products won Best Natural Range in the Natural Health Awards in 2012.
They select bioactive extracts from sustainably cultivated native plants to create their products to scientifically and clinically promote youthful skin. They use natural products to help protect you and the environment.
I’ve copied the following straight from their website as this says it all:
Antipodes says NO to:
- animal testing
- genetically modified (GM) or genetically engineered (GE) ingredients
- synthetic fillers or silicon derived ingredients
- artificial colours or artificial fragrances
- sodium lauryl sulphates
- mineral oils
- animal ingredients (except honey and beeswax from living bees)
- parabens; ethyl-, methyl-, propyl-, butyl-.
Sounds like a great company to me!
In fact Antipodes aren’t a new brand to me, I’ve previously tried their Juliet Cleanser (link here), Aura Manuka Honey Mask and Reincarnation Exfoliator (link here) and also their Divine Oil (link here).
I have loved everything I have ever tried from them, but particularly the Divine Oil and I still regularly repurchase it. For £19.99 it’s an amazing oil that solves so many skin problems that I can’t be without it!
Anyway back to the Hallelujah cleanser…
It contains pure organic avocado oil, macadamia nut and lime – basically this means it smells amazing!
The avocado oil removes impurities and the carrot seed oil promotes skin with good health. The lime and patchouli essential oils cleanse, freshen and uplift as well as helping it to smell super fresh in the mornings.
I use this morning and evening, I’d say it helps to remove the majority of make up but stubborn eye make up may need additional removal. It’s creamy cleanser that doesn’t foam but seems to melt on your skin, I just use a wash cloth to remove it after I’ve spread it all over.
This cleanser is suitable for most skin types so I’d recommend it for anyone who’d like to try a cleanser from Antipodes.
I’ve been using this the last few weeks now and I really like it, it cleanses my skin of oil and grime and I think my skin has got a bit brighter too. It feels great on the skin and I’ve not had any breakouts since using it which is obviously great!
You can purchase this for £22.99 from Feel Unique, and I’d say it was worth it. It’s lasted me a long time as one pump is enough for a cleanse.
Have you tried the Hallelujah cleanser before? Do you like Antipodes and their product range?
I’m yet to dislike anything so I can’t wait to try more in future!
*the Hallelujah cleanser was sent to me for review but this has no way influenced my thoughts and opinions on Antipodes or the product itself*