This was another of the samples I received from Lush a while back. After the sales assistant mentally noted that I for one complaining about bad skin and two wearing a lot of makeup she decided I needed to try this.
She marketed it as more of a makeup remover but it is listed as a cleanser on the website. I initially thought the product was called Ultrabutter but is is actually called Ultrabland. The reason I thought this is because it is buttery in texture and is quite oily. I was advised to use it at night rather than in the morning.
You only need a little bit of the product at a time because it is so rich in texture – it spreads far – just like butter. The way I use it is to simply rub is all over my face and then wash it off using a warm flannel. The skin feels nourished afterwards as it lifts grease, dirt and makeup but without stripping the skin of its natural defences. This is also means that if you have bad skin it will not aggravate it further.
- Rose water and rose absolute reduce redness of the skin and balance and calm it.
- Honey soothes, moisturises and is antiseptic.
- Fresh irises steeped in the almond oil are an ancient skin beautifying ingredient.
There is no need for a night cream when you have this little beauty.
£6.45 – for a 45g tub or £10.25 for an 100g tub.
I picked these up in Tesco a while back since they were on the reduced items shelf at under £2. I didn’t need cleansing cloths but at that price I could not say no. I also picked up the cleansing scrub for around the same price.
When I usually buy cleansing cloths it is usually of the wipe variety rather than these that you run under the tap to lather them up. Because you actually use water I have found that your skin feels a lot cleaner than it does when simply using cleansing wipes – there is no sort of residue that you can get with cleansing wipes. They even remove water-proof mascara.
The cloths are finely textured which serves to exfoliate the skin and they are completely soap free.
The more I use them the more that I think they would be great for a festival because you could wet the cloths with a bottle of water and give your face a proper wash and then just rinse off the soap from the cloth to use it to wash the soap from your face. Maybe an idea if you are a festival goers like myself.
The matching face scrub is alright – it is not my favorite of face scrubs because the micro beads are really quite small and I do not feel it exfoliates my skin enough. If you have good skin though then I think this would be a great face scrub. However what is lovely about it is the smell. It has that lovely Olay moisturiser smell. I cannot describe it but its a gorgeous scent and it. I have just found it on the Superdrug website for £1.42 – so a bargain really considering some face washes are like £5.