Review: NSPA Hot Cloth Polish

I've had a longstanding love for NSPA products.

It was when I was about fourteen and when I saw that they had a Vanilla Crème Brulee bath and shower gel. I immediately fell in love with the product but after buying it for about four years, I totally forgot about NSPA.

It was not until the last year when I heard positive things about their facial skincare range. So after a peruse of the aisles in ASDA, I spotted the Hot Cloth Polish and I knew I had to try it out.

I have previously tried out the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser but I was sadly disappointed by it. The product dried out my skin and left my face looking red, irritated and to be honest, a bit scaly. So I wanted to see if a new Hot Cloth Polish would be different on my skin.

The packaging of the product is expensive looking. Originally packed inside a light blue box, when you open it up, you see the polish itself alongside a high quality muslin cloth as well as a small booklet which displays other products by NSPA.
After cleansing my skin with the Garnier Miceller Cleansing Water to wipe off my make up or just to give my face a quick wipe over, I then apply this after.

I only use two pumps maximum with this product as a little really does go a long way. The product itself is very creamy and lovely to massage into the skin and it does not take long to be absorbed into the skin as well, which is a definite bonus and does not leave a greasy finish on the skin. The cloth is soft on the skin and does a really good job at removing any remaining makeup or the remnants of daily grime.

The formula leaves your skin feeling clean but not dried out as I found with the Liz Earle product, this is probably due to the product containing Cocoa Butter and Essential Oils. I was very happy to see that my face was left looking healthy and thoroughly nourished.
The scent is also very pleasing, it is delicate sweet smell that reminds you of something familiar and comforting. I adore applying this to my face and I really take the time out to cleanse my skin properly.

I can't wait to try out more of their skincare range, I've already got a couple of products and I feel like I'll be stocking up a lot more. Especially with the very cheeky two for £8 offer on currently at ASDA, so go on, indulge yourself and prepare to be pampered.

You can buy NSPA products exclusively at ASDA, in store and online. NSPA also have their own website, so go scout out some products that take your fancy.

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