Omega Cleansing Jelly
Omega Cleansing Jelly

We are going to be spoilt for choice when it comes to cleansing ‘jellies’ – they’re officially a thing. I’ve been trying and testing several and so far, this beauty comes out top. It’s the lab sample of NUDE Omega Cleansing Jelly, aka Perfect Cleanse Omega Cleansing Jelly. It’s an absolutely beautiful texture – like a more liquid and light version of a traditional cleansing balm and glides onto your skin. NUDE Omega Cleansing Jelly transforms into a milk when you add water, but I’ve been playing around with it and removing it with a micellar or toner seems to work really well too, if you’re like me and don’t like getting your face wet.

 

Omega Cleansing Jelly
Omega Cleansing Jelly

If you do want to use it as a milk as well, then just add water (a little bit) and carry on! Ingredients in this cleansing jelly are lovely; sunflower seed oil (with Omegas 6 and 9), orange extract, vitamin E, annato seed extract, iris root extract and great burdock root extracts. I’m just guessing, but I bet it work perfectly well without the last two. NUDE claim that this will also remove eye make up – I haven’t tested it for that (don’t want to lose all my lash extensions or watch them slide away!).

Otherwise, I’d say what is key about this is that it feels almost like a balm, with all the slip that feels so good, but rinses away very cleanly. With balms, I like that they leave a slight residue – Omega Jelly doesn’t leave much I have to say – so if you love that really, really clean feel without the tightness, it’s bang on for that.

It doesn’t launch for a few weeks yet, but NUDE are completely upping their game in the natural beauty stakes (free from all the usual nasties such as mineral oil, silicones, etc). I love their forthcoming Fizzy Wash – that’s a really special product – and I love Omega Jelly, too. It will be £32 when it launches, which is a little on the high side in my view, it’s just lovely.

 

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