Sanctuary Spa Cleansers

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Sanctuary Spa are one of those brands that I don’t think gets nearly enough credit for their skincare range; in their fairly budget-friendly collection you’ll find some impressive innovations alongside everyday essentials – I always remember how excited I was when they launched their Facial in a Box, although I can’t seem to find them anywhere so maybe they’ve discontinued them – what a shame! Sanctuary Spa have a really good range of cleansers, with plenty of novelty and a product to fulfil every cleansing need, so here’s a look at three of them:

Sanctuary Spa Triple Cleansing MoussePIN IT

The Triple Cleansing Mousse (£12 usually, currently £8 at Boots) is a really interesting product, as it’s a lightly exfoliating foam that uses a mix of very fine exfoliating powder alongside gentle AHAs to provide a surprisingly thorough exfoliation that’s soft enough for daily use.  It’s the sort of product that I think is well-suited to anyone who has dry skin that can look a bit lacklustre, although any skin type can use this and see the benefits.

Sanctuary Spa Foaming Micellar Water PIN IT

The Foaming Micellar Water (£10) is probably my least favourite of the three, although it definitely serves a purpose.  It’s a foaming micellar that smells lightly of roses and can be used to lightly cleanse skin and remove make-up.  I’m not a huge fan as I like to really drench my cotton pads with micellar to remove all traces of make-up before I start my cleansing routine, but I find this is quite difficult to soak pads with as it’s a foam and not a water! Therefore I think this is better suited for a quick morning cleanse when you don’t have stubborn eye make-up to battle against.

Sanctuary Spa Moisture Burst Facial WashPIN IT

Speaking of morning cleansers, one I’ve been using pretty regular is the Moisture Burst Facial Wash (£8) which is a moisturising gel wash that contains beads of jojoba (that burst – they’re there to provide additional hydration as opposed to exfoliation) to give skin a thorough yet moisturising cleanse.  Ironically, I do actually find this a little bit drying, but I still really like it for the morning cleanse as I wear some very heavy skincare overnight and I like to feel as though that’s all been washed off.  This would be a great choice for oily skin types that want something that’s more hydrating than your typical foaming wash.

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  • Siobhán
    July 19, 2019

    I don’t think I’ve ever tried their skincare but I love the bath & body products! xx

    Beautylymin

    • Sascha
      Siobhán
      July 19, 2019

      Definitely worth a good bit of investigating for someone as into their skincare as you, I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised xx

  • Sarah
    July 19, 2019

    I’ve never tried any of their skincare products before. I like some of their foot and body care products.

    http://shimmeringhighlights.blogspot.com/

    • Sascha
      Sarah
      July 19, 2019

      They are amazing, definitely well worth checking out xx

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