I absolutely loved the Water Drench Cloud Cream when it launched last year – super light, super hydrating and just a joy to use. So, it looks like the Water Drench cleanser is next up in that particular line – it uses hyaluronic acid as its main sell which you might well wonder at in a wash off cleanser. In fact, for something that’s on your face for bare moments, plenty of brands might have a little look at their cleansing claims. They may very well be packed with the best possible ingredients which are more or less wasted when we watch them disappear down the plug hole. So, much as I do love a cleanser I’m more interested in their cleansing qualities than their skin care claims.
As a (fragrance free) cleanser, it absolutely does the job – my skin felt clean, soft and flexible after using it which is probably down to the coconut oil and nothing at all to do with the hyaluronic. Nonetheless, if your skin loves hyaluronic (as mine does) it’s very beguiling to incorporate it into as many aspects of your routine as possible. Bottom line here is that I don’t know and cannot tell whether it makes one jot of difference in this product. It is a lovely cleanser but also note the size of the box and the size of the tube. Le sigh.
It hasn’t launched here yet but should be available in the next couple of weeks.
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I’m very partial to this brand, not the easiest to get hold of though. Wouldn’t mind tracking this down, looks lovely
I cant wait to try this!!!
I was thinking similarly about the Neutrogena hydrating cleanser – it leaves my skin feeling totally stripped, if there are hydrating ingredients in it, they aren’t on the skin long enough to do anything.