Thursday, 20 February 2014

Farewell Muslin Cloths.



Just after I got into blogging, I completely changed the way I removed my make-up. Ever since then I've been on the hunt for my perfect routine and trialling products until I'm satisfied. So far I've mastered my favourite toner, serum and facial oil, but the rest of my skincare isn't quite perfect yet. Going back to my teenage years my only skincare was a cotton wool pad and water, wow I was naive. I was quickly converted to the well known muslin cloths of the blogging world, and have pretty much used them everyday since - until now.
I picked up the Sarah Chapman Cleansing Mitts a few weeks back, in my pay day haul, from Space NK. They come in a pack of four for £12, which I thought was a pretty good deal considering how long they will last. They're really thick, with one side being quite flannel like and the other is much less coarse. I like to use the flannel side for removing make up, with my first cleanse and the alternative side for my second cleanse. I find using the flannel side a few times a week on a morning, gives a really gentle exfoliation too.
They are shaped perfectly and as you pop your hand in, I feel you can get a really good cleanse and get into all your nooks and crannies. I always feel super clean and refreshed after using these, and I've never noticed how much I disliked the muslin cloths until picking these up. They hold heat in much better than a muslin cloth, so you don't end washing your face with tepid water. I'm also really impressed at how clean they come up, after being in the wash.
You can pick these up from Space NK stores or online here.
Katie xx
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6 comments

  1. These look great! A real good idea, I'm surprised I've not seen these before!

    Jenn | PhotoJennic

    x

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  2. Okay so I now I feel bad for being such a makeup novice. These look like a nice treat to your face after a day's hard wear of makeup. Hopefully on payday I'll invest in some.

    Mel

    http://meljwills.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. I hate the fact muslin clothes don't hold the heat of the water even in the 2 seconds you bring them your face haha. Might have to pick up a pack of these, I think 4 for £12 is very reasonable! xo

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  4. These look like a great, simple idea :)

    Sophie
    http://what-sophie-said.blogspot.co.uk/
    xxx

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  5. This sounds like the perfect cleansing tool. I like that it is a mitt too
    http://www.letstalkbeauty.co.uk/

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