Monday, 30 September 2013



When RSkincare contacted me on Twitter to see if I'd like to review one of their products I was intrigued. This is a new brand launching their new Love Me Lavender Face and Body Clay properly today and so I thought I'd share my thoughts on it.

Rskincare is a new brand that launched earlier this year. It upholds the philosophy of natural and organic being best with all of their products being at least 96% natural. British and made by hand these products are aimed at helping to perfect the complexion whilst aiming to be creative and interesting with scent choices and ingredient combinations.

The packaging isn't the most fabulous and as there's no indication of what it should look like on the website I'm not sure whether this is just what the sample looks like or whether it would look like this if I purchased it. However, the ingredients list is a little more impressive: deep sea clay and jojoba oil as well as lavender. It aims to bring out the skin's natural glow whilst also moisturising and getting rid of impurities. 

It smells like Lavender very strongly so if you don't like strong scents it may not be for you. The clay is also very wet and it's messy to apply with fingers. I used an old flat foundation brush for this on my T-Zone and asked Dave to use the brush to apply it to my back. I would have ended up wasting loads of product when there was no need to otherwise.

It took a while to dry and when it did it set like concrete. It wasn't painful to remove though and came off easily with a hot wet flannel. Whilst I didn't notice any difference to my T-Zone after using it I did notice a difference in my shoulders. Unfortunately I do suffer from a few breakouts there because of the friction of my clothes against my skin and because I wriggle about a lot when I sleep I get friction from my sheets too. The spots cleared up really quickly and I felt more confident wearing off the shoulder tops again within a couple of days.

RSkincare Love Me Lavender Face and Body Clay is available from here. You can follow RSkincare on Twitter and Facebook for new products and information.

DISCLAIMER: The product(s) reviewed in the post were sent to me by the brand for review purposes. All opinions expressed about the product are my own. I will never dishonestly review a product as I believe dishonest reviews lead to a lack of trust from my readership. The links on this post will not earn me any commission if you click on them.

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