L’Oréal fine flowers gel-cream wash review 

If you’re anything like me, then having nice, silky smooth skin is a must. An essential for you to feel good. 

Not having to wake up in the morning, look in the mirror and wonder how you’re going to cover that huge spot, or those dry bits of skin, without your make-up looking like a 3-year old’s applied it.

Now I know L’Oréal is a very reputable brand, one known for its great hair products, and I have used their shampoo for many years and always loved how thick it makes my hair feel.

Their quick in shower express tan is also another favourite of mine, so when I recently stumbled across some good reviews online of their new cleanser, well, I couldn’t not try.

A delicate blend of fine flowers, enriched with rose and jasmine is the perfect way to begin and end your day. It claims it ‘cleanses, purifies, and softens’ skin. 

Personally, I have never suffered with really bad skin, so I’ve never used or spent much money on skin care products. But when I discovered this i didn’t waste any time in trying it. It really does do what it says on the tin.

It’s gel like texture makes this the perfect cleanser to introduce into your daily routine. When mixed with water it produces a foamy texture to help clear out those pores and leave your skin feeling tighter for the rest of the day.

I’ve been using this product for around a month now, and my skin definitely feels so much fresher. 

I suffer from combination skin, it’s not really overly greasy but everyone gets those days where their make-up doesn’t stay put and their forehead looks like a shiny disco ball, and I have bits of dry skin under my nose, which gets worse from time to time. 

Since using this product I have most definitely seen an improvement with my sensitive areas of skin, my skin feels so much more hydrated after using this gel-cream wash. 

So if you’re looking for a new cleanser to try then you need to pick this up the next time your out shopping.  It will grantee to leave your skin feeling fresher, smoother and tighter.



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