Friday, January 23, 2015

Beauty ¦ The Budget friendly cleanser

In all honesty I'm really not that into skincare but one thing I want to do this year is attempt to improve my skincare routine and try out some more products. I was perfectly happy with my Body shop camomile cleansing butter but when it was almost time for a repurchase I decided to have a quick scour of the shelves of boots to see if I could find something more affordable. 

I've heard a lot about the good things range and when I spotted this I decided to just bite the bullet and go for it. I don't think I've read any posts about this cleaner (read that as remember reading) I've been having a lot of trouble with my skin being dry at the moment so I was even more drawn to it when I realised it said it was hydrating. 

So lets start with the basics Ingredients wise to me things look pretty good (Please note I am not a skincare guru/mastermind/other words of choice ovbs) bar the fact that there is some artificial fragrance in this cleanser I can't see anything to bad. This product does contain some royal jelly which is fabulous for dehydrated skin however it is quite far down the ingredients list. Scent wise the product is quite pleasant, it doesn't smell as good as some skincare products. I don't find the fragrance to be overpowering. I like the packaging of this as it find it very easy to use as it's in a squeezy tube rather than in a pot. 

So onto the actual product, i'm actually really impressed. The cleanser works really effectively and removes all my makeup with no fuss at all. The product feels very gentle on the skin and feels like it is removing all traces of makeup etc but not stripping the skin. I've also found it to be very soothing (I presume this is own to the royal jelly) I'm also really impressed as it hasn't broken me out which I almost expected with it being so cheap. 

Overall if you're looking for a nice budget cleanser that works well at removing makeup I highly suggest you give this one a go! 

Good things Manuka honey Creamy cleanser is available //Here// for £4.99 


  1. oooh very interesting, i may have to add it to my list! xx

  2. Definitely adding this to my drugstore wish list! I have the moisturiser from this brand and it's really good, so I can't wait to get my hands on this! xx

  3. Never heard of this before, but seems like a good find!

  4. I'm definitely on the lookout for a budget cleanser so shall be adding this to my list. The Good things range always smells gorgeous and I love the sound of this one!

    Beth // Bethany Georgina

  5. seems good,i might give it a try

    Fashions Mama


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