Tuesday, 13 February 2018


A few months ago I was watching somebody's skincare routine online, potentially Carli Bybel's, and she mentioned that she used a cleanser first because she didn't want to go in with a scrub to remove her makeup as it would be like rubbing all that dirt into her face. I have no idea what truth their is to that statement but it clanked a bell in my mind and I was fixated on getting a cleanser to use first in my makeup removal routine. I did have one I used previously namely the L'Oreal Fine Flowers cleanser, but had left it back home. I had heard so much about the Superdrug Naturally Radiant Brightening Hot Cloth cleanser that when I saw it in store at a London-based Superdrug I grabbed it, saw the buy one get one half price deal and grabbed the Glycolic Overnight Peel as well as I have sadly ran out of my Alpha H Liquid Gold. Keep reading for my thoughts on these two products.

Superdrug Naturally Radiant Hot Cloth Cleanser (£3) This is such an enjoyable product to use, it feels so creamy and beautiful on the skin, I love the scent of it and it left my skin feeling clean and happy. For makeup removal it is not heavy duty, I would have to go in twice if I had a lot of eye makeup on but overall a great product. I highly recommend this. It is infused with plant extracts and cocoa butter, you can really tell that there is cocoa butter in it as it makes your skin feel very cocooned if you know what I mean. It comes with a muslin cloth, using the cloth helps remove the majority of your makeup, I prefer to just go in with the cleanser by itself and wipe it with my towel just for convenience. 

Superdrug Naturally Radiant Glycolic Overnight Peel (£3) This is supposed to brighten and improve skin texture, apply a pea-sized amount at night and let it work its magic. I was led to believe that you are only supposed to use this several times a week but I might try using it every night for a week to see if I notice any difference. It is a nice product, and it smells and feels lovely on the skin but I can't honestly say I have noticed a visible difference which is odd to me. I have been using The Ordinary's Glycolic 7% Acid instead and will keep you posted on how I am liking it. If you have tried this product I would love to know what you think, how do you use it? Brightening and improving skin texture are my main skin goals so this sounds like a product that should work for me, unfortunately I have been disappointed. 

Thank you so much for reading, hope you are having a great week so far. Please leave a comment down below and follow me on my social media, it means a hell of a lot. Take care.

What's your night-time skincare routine?


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  1. I've actually never heard of this brand before! Really interesting..

    Candice | beautycandyloves.co.za

  2. That hot cleanser sounds nice! I wish we had Superdrug here!!

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  3. awsome post....keep posting
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  4. I've heard such good things about the glycolic peel! I need to try their own range skincare.

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  5. That makes sense about a scrub! I use a cleansing balm to remove my makeup with a hot cloth. Glad this worked for you and the peel sounds nice as well.

  6. I LOVE the hot cloth cleanser, I've been using it for a good few years now! Also, what a coincidence, I just threw out that glycolic peel a few days ago, I think I tried it out a year or two ago and it did nothing for me either so it was just sitting there x

    Velvet Blush

  7. The Overnight Peel is one of my favourites, as is their acid toner and toner pads they do now - such a great budget range! xx

    Gemma Etc. ❤️

  8. The hot cloth cleanser sounds a delight!



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