Monday, 26 August 2013

Pai Camellia & Rose Gentle Hydrating Cleanser

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I love my skincare, as most of you know by now. It's so important in not only helping your makeup do its job, but ensuring it looks good for years to come. There's a reason why so many older woman look younger, and it's not just good genes! Double cleanse is my saviour when it comes to keeping my skin in check. No amount of makeup remover wipes or half-arsed facial scrubs are going to do it any justice, but a double cleanse can't be beaten. If you're not double cleansing, you've got to start as it's not a fad, it just works. At night, I'll generally start with an oil based cleanser to remove all my days makeup and then move onto something a little more hardwearing. Pai Camellia & Rose Gentle Hydrating Concealer is one of the most luxurious cleaners I've ever used. With a brand used by the likes of Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis, I knew I was onto a winner!

Pai has a commitment to sensitive skin of all types, so it doesn't matter if you're dry or oily, young or old, they have something for everyone. Another massive bonus is that (aside from their Bergamot Organic Lip Balm) all products are Vegan accredited, Cruelty-Free and hold a certification from the Soil Association as well as being free of all those chemical and synthetic nasties. As my skin is dry, prone to dehydration, has a touch of oil along my t-zone as well as sporting some rather 'dashing' redness with a tiny cluster of spider veins I was in dire need of something that was going to help. I was recommend the Camellia & Rose Gentle Hydrating Cleanser as my skin was so out of balance. As 99% of skin imbalance comes down to cleansing, this sounded like the perfect answer to my skincare woes.

Let me start by saying that the packaging alone makes me want to buy up the entire range in my skin type. The cleanser comes with an organic muslin cloth, perfect when removing this creamy and gentle product. I was struck by how lovely the scent was as I'm not a massive fan of rose (which unfortunately features in a fair amount of dry skin products due to its properties), and the camellia pushes it back to a much more neutral floral fragrance. I love really working this deep into my skin, and massaging it away with the cloth. It leaves the everything smooth, silky and highly nourished. It has been my go-to cleanser for a week now, morning and night and has made drastic improvements to my tone, clarity and texture of my skin.

Have you tried any Pai skincare products? What is your favourite cleanser?

26 comments:

  1. It all looks super cute - Im on the look out for new skin care products at the moment so I'll note this one down :)

    Lianne @ TheBrunetteSays..

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    1. For a really nice quality product, I think the price is reasonable. Especially as I don't use the 3 pumps it says on the back, one does me just fine.

      xo

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  2. Is it really sad that I love their muslin cloth?! Probably not the most normal thing to get excited about, but it's so good! x

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    1. Haha, I'm there with you on that one! It's just great at gently exfoliating the cleanser off. :)

      xo

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  3. Skincare is so important and I agree on the double cleansing front. I take good care of my skin and as i'm 32 with not a wrinkle in sight then it is obviously working :)

    Faye

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    1. You're definitely working it for 32, girl. I need to keep this up and maybe I'll look half as amazing as you!

      xo

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  4. I recently started to double cleanse because it worries me how little just one cleanse actually does! My skin is quite troublesome in the sense that I get break outs and they tend to take AN AGE to go away, and if they ever do there's an annoying little scar! This skincare sounds amazing so if I'm feeling luxurious next time my Liz Earle runs out I might give this stuff a go!
    By the way, i love the style of your blog, both the physical theme of it and the content. You are a very good writer; as there is a lot of text chunks I might usually skim read, but because you are engaging and write well I read all of it. :) xo

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    1. Hi Naomi, thanks for such a wonderful comment. It definitely helps and something to bear in mind for future years. :)

      You've made me very happy today, thank you so much.

      xo

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  5. Really good review :) I love the packaging of the product - it looks so pretty.

    xx

    www.forevermissvanity.com

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    1. It's so dreamy, it looks wonderful on your bathroom cabinet.

      xo

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  6. This seems like an awesome product! The packaging is so cute too (a definite plus in my books, haha). Thanks for sharing this lovely product :)

    Debra Bros Blog

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    1. Thanks Debra, I'm glad you liked the review. :)

      xo

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  7. There is a chain here called Lush, which sells oodles of cruelty free, yet cutting edge beauty/hygeiene products. Don't think they carry this, though. They really should start.

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    1. I think Lush is a British brand Todd, I love it there! They only stock their own products though.

      xo

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  8. This sounds like a really good cleanser, I need to invest in good skin care stuff like this and i totally agree with you on the double cleansing, great review xx

    ~ VISUALCANDY INC

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    1. I always used to buy anything I could get my hands on, now I've been doing my research and only buying what will work for my skin. It doesn't matter if it's only a few pounds, as long as it works. :)

      xo

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  9. I've heard so many good things about Pai, personally I'm a fan of Shu uemura cleansers, xoxo.

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    1. I've not tried any Shu Uemura cleansers, I've only got their amazing eyelash curlers. I must have a look at these!

      xo

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  10. Wow it sounds fab! I think I'm going to pick myself up a small bottle :) x

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    1. Please do it Stephanie, you won't be disappointed. :)

      xo

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  11. I saw this Pai cleanser in one of my local health food store and I was so tempted to try it out. Pai sounds like an incredible brand.
    xx
    Celina | The Celution | Bloglovin’

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    1. I was so impressed with it, I will be repurchasing once I've finished and also getting a toner and moisturiser too. How much does it retail for over there?

      xo

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  12. I've heard about Pai skincare for awhile but I do like the look of the Muslin cloth (sad, huh!) xo

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    1. You'd love it Laa, it's right up your street as it's vegan and cruelty-free plus it's organic too! I thought of you when this came through my door actually. :)

      xo

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  13. I wonder how it compares to Liz Earle... Intrigued.

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    1. I've not tried any Liz Earle, but would love to.

      xo

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