Tuesday, 24 November 2015


Una Brennan Superfacialist Vitamin C+ Skin Renew Cleansing Oil

When it comes to my skincare routine, cleansers are my favourite product to use of the bunch. I don't think there's a much nicer feeling than smoothing a luxurious balm or gel cleanser onto your skin at the end of a long day.

But as much as I love using thick, make-up melting cleansers, I've never been the biggest fan of using them for that purpose. I much prefer using micellar waters for pre-cleansing, especially near my sensitive eyes, then following up with something thicker with ingredients that will really benefit my skin.

So, what made me decide to try the Vitamin C+ Skin Renew Cleansing Oil from Una Brennan?

Firstly, I'd read a lot of good reviews, as well as having tried and liked other products from the Superfacialist range (particularly the Salicylic Acid Anti Blemish Clay Mask). I'm also drawn to the promise of radiant, clearer skin and the fact that Vitamin C is in the ingredients list.

Although it's too early to tell if this has improved the look of my skin (I've only been using it around three weeks), I am liking it so far. It has quite a thin consistency in my opinion, so it's suitable for my oily/combination skin, and doesn't make my few drier patches feel stripped.

I have also used the Vitamin C+ Skin Renew Cleansing Oil to remove heavy eye make-up, and it does a decent job of melting my mascara without tugging at my eyelashes and making my eyes sting. You do have to use a lot, and I still follow up with an eye make-up remover, but as you get 200ml for £10.99 (and Una Brennan Superfacialist is often on offer at Boots) this doesn't bother me too much.

My only bugbear? You have to pour the cleanser out of the cap, meaning it will go everywhere if you're not careful!

Are you a fan of the Una Brennan Superfacialist range? Would you try the Vitamin C+ Skin Renew Cleansing Oil?

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