After picking up Soap & Glory’s Best of All set in Boots just before Christmas, this was the product I was most excited to try. My current makeup-removing cleanser just wasn’t cutting it and with claims to “melt away makeup”, I had to crack it out the moment I got home. Peaches and Clean is a 4-in-1 cleansing milk which claims to have all sorts of lovely benefits for the skin, but does the product live up to the claims?
First thing I and probably anyone else who has used this noticed, is the smell. It is simply divine. Now you can see why it has its name. Being a huge fan of fruity scents, the peach aroma is porn for my nose. One pump is enough to cover my face, which i then wipe over with a muslin cloth. I personally don’t believe it removes every scrap of face makeup in one go to be honest (eye makeup is taken off at a different time), but I’ve never found anything which has. I’m a double cleanser, so this will always be followed by either my La Roche-Posay Facial Wash or S&G Hot Cloth Cleanser for that extra deep clean. In combination, they work a treat to remove my ‘day face’.
I started a whole new skincare routine before Christmas, which I shall shortly being posting a video about, and in combination it’s all working amazingly. After using this product in particular, my skin feels majorly soft and refreshed, something my old cream cleanser failed to do (that used to make my face slightly tender in an uncomfortable way). Peaches and Cream does contain exfoliating alpha hydroxy acids which I think really gives it that little bit of a push past other cream cleansers in the same price range. I really think continued use of this has really aided my Effaclar Duo in clearing up my skin, allowing it to reach its full potential.
For £6 you get 200ml of product and seeing as I’ve only used 1/6th of the bottle in a month, this is going to last me quite a while. I am going to 100% repurchase when I run out! Find Peaches and Clean in Boots online or in store.
Have you ever tried any S&G Cleaners? What's your favourite S&G product?