Review: Eve of St. Agnes Natural Nourishing Cleansing Cream

Eve-of-St.-Agnes-Nourishing-Cleansing-CreamSo far in 2013 I think I have tried more natural products than I have ever done before as I have been using lot’s of natural and organic products to see whether I can change my whole skincare routine to just Natural products that don’t contain any nasty chemicals.
Over the past week I have been trying a new cleansing cream from Eve of St. Agnes which is a pure natural skincare brand.

“None of our products, or the ingredients we use, are tested on animals.

All of our ingredients are natural or organic, sourced from community and Fair Trade projects across the globe.
None of our products contain : SLS/SLES, mineral oil, artificial fragrances or colourings, PEGs or Parabens.

Our fragrances are made from the finest, natural essential oils and absolutes, chosen not only for their benefits to the skin but also for their uplifting effect on the mind”

This is all I need to here to get excited about trying a new product.

The Revive and Renew nourishing cleansing cream* comes in a white pump bottle with a muslin cloth aswell. The product retails for £24 for 100ml on the Eve of St. Agnes website.
The cleanser removes eye makeup, cleanses, softens and refreshes the skin. You only need to apply a small amount of the thick cream to your face and neck and then dam the Muslin cloth to remove the excess cream.

The cream is enriched with organic cocoa butter and honey and it has a light sweet orange smell. After just using the product once my skin was glowing and looking fresh after days of  not using any facial products. This is defiantly a product that I would consider using in my daily routine. As it is only 100ml it is quite small so it would be suitable to take in my travel bag for when I go on holiday.

I love how this cleanser leaves your skin feeling and to prove that they have just won a gold award at the 2013 Free From skincare awards held at Olympia, London. It was also voted runner-up in the best overall free from skincare product. I would defiantly recommend this cleanser and muslin cloth.

Eve of St. Agnes also have lot’s of other natural products that you can choose from such as balms, bath oils and exfoliating polish.

Look out for my Eva of St. Anges Giveaway.

What are your favourite cleansers?


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1 Comment

  1. joannerambling June 16, 2013 / 11:49 pm

    I have never heard of this cream but it does sound good

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