Skincare Spotlight- Aurelia Miracle Cleanser

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I love nothing more than a cream or balm cleanser year round. I love a nice gel cleanser in the mornings but in the evenings nothing beats a rich and fragrant formula to rid my skin of makeup, dirt, oil and any yuckiness. I’ve been going steady with Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm for one whole year now (what!? that flew by!) and so have been in the market for something a little different. The other day I was sent this uber cute little sample pot of the *Aurelia Miracle Cleanser. Aurelia probiotic skincare prides itself on the mix of science and “natural luxury” to create products that promise results- although the line is mainly targeted at ageing and more mature skin types, I’d heard that the Miracle Cleanser also works a charm on combination skin types to rid blemishes and oiliness. I’ve only been using it for a few days so this is very much a ‘first impressions’ post. The creamy cleanser smells incredibly similar to the Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanse and Polish which is a fraction of the price, however the creamy texture does feel a little more luxe- that is until it dissolves nearly entirely into the skin. At first I was worried I hadn’t used enough product so added a bit more and massaged it in- again it dissolved as if it were a face cream. Once used to this bizarre cleanser disappearance I wiped it off with a hot muslin cloth (one was beautifully provided with the product) and my skin felt hydrated, soft and totally clean. The cleanser is infused with eucalyptus, chamomile and bergamot making it the ideal evening cleanser.

My skin has had no adverse reactions to this product- brilliant considering it contains shea butter which is a known irritant to acne prone skin and I loved how soft and hydrated my skin felt after I’d finished cleansing. I can’t see a massive difference in my skin in terms of radiance but that could be because I’ve been a bit run down as of late so my complexion is extra corpse like and dull. From a price perspective it sits in between the cheaper (and less luxurious but still damn good) Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish and the more expensive Emma Hardie Cleansing Balm at £34 for 120ml. However, I’d have to say that even though the Emma Hardie balm is a little less bang for your buck I prefer the rich oiliness of the balm which I sometimes let sink into my skin for a few minutes before I take it off. Those who are less keen on something as oily and want a lovely cleanser that targets ageing and brightness and leaves no residue then look no further! You can buy here.

*PR Sample


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