You know what got me interested in Purely Perfect Cleansing Creme? This:
Yes, it’s a co-wash by another name, but how straightforward is that? I think getting right to the point is important and something that pretty much never happens in beauty world where usually there are as many words as anyone can possibly cram into a press release extolling the virtues of a product.
So, while I haven’t tried Purely Perfect Cleansing Creme yet, I do like co-washes (although I’ve been horribly side-tracked by Kerastase Discipline for now). This one uses aloe vera and essential oils to dissolve impurities that can stop your scalp being tricked into producing more oil (thus making more washing necessary). Co-washing is your best friend if you colour your hair – you’ll find that your colour stays way longer than with traditional detergent based shampoos so there are lots of reasons to give co-washing a go. And if not effing your hair up isn’t good enough reason, I’m not sure what is!
It’s £35 – out of stock at Beautymart.co.uk currently because it flew off the shelves but they’ve got a waitlist HERE if you want to join it – apparently Purely Perfect Cleansing Creme will be back in stock any day now.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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