29 July 2015

Review: nspa - Hot Cloth Polish


"With muslin cloth to quickly cleanse, exfoliate and purify skin. Cocoa butter. Essential oil of neroli. Dermatologically approved. Suitable for all skin types - even sensitive skin. Paraben free. Against animal testing. Hot Cloth Polish Buff away dead skin cells in Step 2 of NSPA's Beauty Ritual with this 2-in-1 cleanser and polisher. Let the blend of moisturising Ginseng and Vitamin E, rich and creamy Cocoa Butter and Sweet Almond Oil dissolve the day's make-up and impurities with the help of the muslin cloth" - Asda

So I got this because I like using the Vitamin E Hot Cloth Cleanser from Superdrug and while this was on 2 for £8 I thought it would to try it out. The principle is the same you massage this on to the face and use a warm, wet muslin cloth to remove it.

What I did like about this was:
+ It did remove my makeup.
+ Left my skin feeling clean but not tight.

I had some problems with it:
- The pump action is slow to rebound, and it doesn't pump out much at a time.
- I found that the essential oil fragrance hurt my eyes, without getting it in my eyes.

Overall it does what it is supposed to do, but for me personally I won't be repurchasing while I can get one without the issues for around the same price elsewhere.

£7 - 150ml



  1. damn im sorry you had these problems but i think neroli causes this kind of problems quite often? at least ive heard that before...

    1. It could be the neroli, just made my eyes sting.


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