Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Organic House: Clean & Calm Hot Cloth Cleanser

I've been testing out new to me brand Organic House which you can buy directly or from Not on the High Street.  The brand is artisan, products are created in small batches in the UK using high quality organic ingredients. Their "formulas are put together thoughtfully with great attention to detail to create products that are safe, a pleasure to use and effective in solving problems".



Essential oils are used for their therapeutic benefits and to beautifully scent the products, natural butters, vegetable and fruit oils are anti-inflammatory and soothing. Organic House products are free from parabens, synthetic fragrances, mineral oils, silicones, sulphates, propylene glycol, phthalates, GMO, PEGs, TEA and DEA.



I was sent a gorgeous box of goodies - reviews will be forthcoming! Today I'm reviewing the Clean & Calm Hot Cloth Cleanser 30ml* which is 95% organic. This size cleanser comes in the Organic House Glow Facial Gift Set and in the Organic House Complete Face Care Gift Set. Alternatively, pick it up full size (£34 - 60g).


The packaging is recyclable with simple clean lines.


Clean & Calm Hot Cloth Cleanser* with coconut oil, lavender and rosemary is a real treat for the skin and senses. It makes cleansing into a welcome ritual to look forward to.

Coconut oil is an antioxidant and helps with nourishing and anti-ageing while Shea Butter is healing. Castor oil is a good natural cleanser. Camellia oil revitalises and cleanses deeply.

This gentle cleanser effectively removes daily grime and make up including waterproof mascara. It leaves the skin feeling clean and comfortable. 

To use: Apply a small amount using the spatula provided massaging gently onto the face and neck, before removing with the warmed damp muslin cloth.

The Hot Cloth Cleanser is lovely to use, smells gorgeous and leaves the skin feeling clean, radiant and revitalised.

Have you used any products from Organic House? If so, what are your favourites?

*complimentary - my post contains some affiliate links

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