NSPA Hot Cloth Polish

Let’s face it, I’m not getting any younger, yet I’m not super old either but as I’m nearing 22 next month (May 8th) I promised myself I would take care of my skin more, look after it and nurture it as much as possible, it’s the only skin I’ll ever have.

One of the steps I’ve taken is to actually cleanse my skin twice a day, removing all the dirt and oils from sleep and before bed removing all my makeup/dirt from the day – something I used to skip therefore waking up the next day with panda eyes, not a good look.

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I’d heard so much about hot cloth cleansers and I spotted the NSPA Hot Cloth Polish while browsing the beauty aisle, at £7 I figured I couldn’t go wrong as other hot cloth cleansers can be much more expensive and I ended up getting it on offer 2 products for £8 which wasn’t bad!

NSPA claim that it’s blend of moisturising Ginseng and Vitamin E, rich and creamy Cocoa Butter and Sweet Almond Oil help to dissolve the days makeup all while exfoliating and refining pores. As you can see it has lots of moisturising ingredients which is great for dry skin.

I’ve used the hot cloth cleanser once a night, every night for the past week or so and I’ve noticed such a difference in my skin. I couldn’t ever wear foundation without it separating and clinging onto my dry patches, mainly around my nose so I always ended up removing my foundation within ten minutes of applying it, now I can wear my foundation for 12+ hours on a busy day and it still looks the same as when I applied it.

I’m so impressed with this that I’m definitely buying backups of it and continuing to use it unless I find something better which I doubt I will for a while – if ever.

I’m going to try out some other products from the NSPA range as for a drugstore range they seem to have a few products that seem helpful for my type of skin including a facial oil which I’m interested in!

Do you have any recommendations for dry skin? Leave them below!

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