I’d been on the lookout for a hot cloth cleanser for a while. I’d heard good things about the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser, but couldn’t justify the price tag (£14.50 in Boots) so when I found the nspa Hot Cloth Polish in Asda for around £6 I threw it in my basket and went home to give it a go.
The box contains a 150ml bottle of cleaner and a good sized muslin cloth. The Hot Cloth Polish comes in a white bottle with a large pump on top. It looks and feels like an expensive product but without the price tag of some other Hot Cloth products. The Polish contains Cocoa Butter, Essential Oil of Neroli, Ginseng, Almond Oil and Vitamins A & E and Pro-vitamin B5. It has been dermatologically approved and nspa claim it is suitable for all skin types, even sensitive skin.
To use the nspa Hot Cloth Polish you massage 1-2 pumps of the product on to your face and neck in small circular motions while it is dry. It feels really silky going on, and I usually find that 1 pump is enough. I tend to massage it in until a lot of the product has disappeared. Once you have finished this step, you rinse your muslin cloth in hand hot water, wring it out and then use it to wipe the product off your face. When you are finished, pat your face dry with a clean towel and you’ll be left with clear, soft, exfoliated skin. I usually finish with a serum or moisturiser.
I really like the nspa Hot Cloth Polish. It smells beautiful, the product itself is nice and thick and it glides easily on to your skin. My face feels really clean after I’ve used it. It takes away any shine that was on my skin and leaves it looking clear, matte and feeling smooth. nspa recommend that you use the Hot Cloth Polish every day. I probably average about once a week but I’m always glad when I do, and I really should do it more often!