[unpaid/sample/purchase/own/ad] So, in that brief 24 hours of summer we had a few weeks back, I was grateful for my body routine that meant I could slip on a t-shirt and shorts without thinking twice about whether my skin was in good nick. Obviously, I’ve been using the Japanese Cleansing Cloud almost exclusively for body cleansing and intermittently for face (when I’m not testing cleansers) and it makes the ideal base for a Korean Exfoliating Cloth.
It’s full of oils – hemp seed, coconut, meadowfoam seed and olive oil – with a dash of rice milk as a very mild enzymatic exfoliant. The formula makes a lush foam that gets even more fulsome and sudsy when used with the exfoliating cloth making it a perfect buffer against the mild friction from the cloth. It gets rid of every single last dead and dry skin cell that doesn’t need to be clinging on to your body without causing any discomfort.
Finish with Fulvic Body Lotion, which is a blend of shea, olive and jojoba with a side order of soothing aloe vera as well as the mineral rich Fulvic Acid, and you will have the most gorgeously soft skin. Korean exfoliating cloths are cheap as chips (£8.69 for 6 HERE on Amazon), the yuzu scented Japanese Cleansing Cloud is £12 HERE and Fulvic is £20 HERE so there are no bank breakers and they will all last ages. It’s such a simple routine that takes no time at all and the results are stupendous.
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