Review | Soap and Glory Peaches and Clean Deep Cleansing Milk

You can never really have too many skincare products, can you? I have a whole cupboard full of moisturisers, face and body creams, toners, eye creams and cleansers all waiting patiently to be used but I just can't stop buying them. It is always best to have some back-up, or in my case, about 36 back-up products! My current favourite skincare product to buy is cleansers. I am a bit of a hoarder and own quite a lot already but I love trying out new products to see if I can find a new favourite. At the moment, nothing can really beat the legendary Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser or the Bee Good Honey & Propolis Cleanser which is so thick and creamy, it feels so luxurious on the skin but I really want to find a much cheaper alternative to those two to see if I can find something jut as good but half the price. I recently saw that some of Soap and Glory's skincare products were on offer in Boots so I decided to try out the Soap and Glory Peaches and Clean Deep Cleansing Milk to see how that fared in comparison to my other two faves.

About the Soap and Glory Peaches and Clean Deep Cleansing Milk:
"PEACHES AND CLEAN™ Deep Cleansing Milk features a special clogged-pore formula with PEACH & GOJUICE™ extracts and an OXYGINSENG™ daily skin detox which will help to purify and clarify, invigorate, soften skin, and melt away makeup, dirt, and impurities for a smooth, luminous complexion."

The Soap and Glory Peaches and Clean Deep Cleansing Milk smells just as incredible as you would expect. I absolutely love Soap and Glory products, not only because they aren't the gimmick they appear to be but because all of their products just smell good enough to eat. The Soap and Glory Smoothie Breakfast Star Scrub in particular smells so incredible that every time I go into Boots I can't help but smell it. Is that strange? I hope not. Fortunately this Cleansing Milk is no exception although it doesn't smell how I thought it would do. I expected it to smell of peaches and cream but instead it smells like peaches and mint. It is a really strange combination but it smells really refreshing - just like peaches and toothpaste. 

I have never used a Cleansing Milk before so I expected this product to have the consistency of actual milk but no, it is just like an ever-so-slightly looser version of a creamy cleanser. It is very light in consistency and it practically melts into the skin when rubbed in. The Soap and Glory Peaches and Clean Deep Cleansing Milk is designed to melt away make-up although I don't use this product for that purpose. I take my make-up off first with a make-up removing wipe then apply the Cleansing Milk afterwards to help remove any final bits that I previously missed and everything just gets melted away. It is so gentle on the skin and once wiped away with a warm muslin cloth the skin is left feeling really soft, cleansed and fresher than before.

I really wasn't expecting much from this product considering I usually go for really thick and creamy cleansers but I love the light texture of this Cleansing Milk. You can practically feel it melting away your make-up and it feels so gentle and lightweight on the skin. A little goes a really long way with just two little pumps plenty for the entire face so this 350 ML bottle is guaranteed to last you a while. I also love the packaging to this product as you can lock and unlock the pump, making it perfect for travel. I absolutely love this product and I am really glad I have found a deep cleansing product from the drugstore which costs less than £10!


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3 comments

  1. I love soap n glory! Too bad I can't find here :( this sounds so good! :)


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  2. This is my favourite cleanser! I love using it!
    Claire xo
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  3. I saw this in Boots and was super tempted! Guess I'll have to go back for it now!

    Katie x

    http://a-novel-idea.co.uk

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