Soap & Glory Hot Cloth Cleanser – Skincare Week

Of everything Soap & Glory has to offer on the facial skincare market right now this has to be the one thing that is recommended to me most. As a result it’s the product I was most interested to try. You’ve all heard of the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish, it’s a blogger favourite and everyone out there is looking to find a drugstore alternative. So far I’ve tried two, this and the Superdrug Vitamin E Hot Cloth Cleanser – you can read about that in my Cleansers 101 post here. I do like the Liz Earle but it’s not readily available and I don’t like to get my skin hooked on something I can’t run out and buy when it’s all used up. This is a great alternative but I’ll run you through some of the differences.
As with it’s beloved counterpart it has a certain herbal scent but I personally prefer this, it’s a little fresher and well.. just more my kind of fragrance. The formula is very similar, a thick cream designed to remove makeup and cleanse your skin though I would say this is a little thinner in consistency and it’s not designed for eye makeup removal – this was disappointing! It works well with the supplied muslin cloth as well as with my Clarisonic where as the Liz Earle is a touch thick so that was a bonus and hey, can we take a minute to look at the pink edges and S&G tag on said cloth? Little details!
Overall I think this is great! If you take your eye makeup off prior to cleansing then my only disappointment with this cleanser is moot. I prefer the thinner formula, the scent and even the packaging and let’s not forget you can buy this at boots on your lunch hour.. oh and it’s cheaper!
Soap & Glory’s Hot Cloth Cleanser can be purchased online here
£10.00 for 100ml
I finally tried it, have you?
Miss BB


  1. 17 May, 2012 / 10:34 am

    Nicely reviewed 🙂

    I really love this cleanser. I had been using it with my sonicleanse with really good results until recently, it's such a good price and smells gorgeous. It's only just been pushed off the top spot as my daily cleanser by the Davines Authentic Moisturizing Balm for hair, face and body, which I received in a beauty box and have subsequently purchased. My skin absolutely loves it! Can use it as a conditioner for your hair as well. It is a bit more expensive though. I've also just bought the Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm, which is more like an oil, although it changes to a creamy type texture if you mix it with water. I'm using this more sparingly as a deep cleanse/mask as its £34.00 for 100ml but I'm liking it so far :).

    I am doing a giveaway on my blog if you fancy it for a 250ml tub of Macadamia Deep Repair Hair Mask.

    Arien xxx

  2. 17 May, 2012 / 11:25 am

    I really love Soap 1 Glory products. I should definitely try this one out!

    My Liz earl cleanser is almost empty!

  3. 17 May, 2012 / 1:55 pm

    I really need to stop reading your blog! I had no interest in Soap & Glory products before I read all your reviews and now I'm desperate to try all of these products!

    Sophie 🙂

  4. Anika :)
    17 May, 2012 / 2:14 pm

    i use it around the eye area, and it doesnt really irritate my eyes much , and it does take mascara off like a dream !!

  5. 23 May, 2012 / 6:59 pm

    Quick question, this cleanser or the peaches one? If you could only buy one which would you choose?
    Mousey xx

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