Am I jinxing it or could the sunny weather be finally gracing the beautiful country that is the UK? Trust it to turn to torrential rain and bitterly cold winds from now on..soz guys, my bad.
With our bedroom fan on all night and officially set to option 3 (the highest setting), I feel as though Summer is definitely coming and with that, I wanted a change to my skincare regime. At the moment I’ve been using Garnier Micellar Cleanser to remove my makeup and slap on some La Roche Posay K+ Cream to soak in whilst the fan blasts it’s heavenly cool bliss over my body. But I feel as though I’m missing something and that’s where this foaming face cleanser comes in from K2A Skincare.
I wanted something gentle, that smelled good and left my face feeling calm and clean. K2A’s Foaming Face Cleanser is made up of natural ingredients, and none of their skincare range is tested on animals. Containing Feverfew, Red Seaweed & Bergamot Oil, this almost golden-like elixir turns into a whippy soft cream that foams up every time you rub it over the skin. I genuinely stood in the mirror for about 10 minutes proving this point to myself, much to my fascination. I know right, sad.
Now I just about go all cray cray for natural ingredients because finally, the beauty world is starting to confuse us less with all those pesky elements that we have NO CLUE as to what they are. Bergamot Oil is more commonly found in perfumes and deodorants but it is also an antiseptic and even is used as an antidepressant.
I absolutely love the smell of Bergamot Oil because of it’s sweet and citrusy smell. One of the cleanser’s other components, Red Seaweed is actually one I’m not familiar with when it comes to seeing it in beauty products. Seaweed, of course, is packed full of nutrients, minerals and antioxidants and it’s these antioxidants that help nourish the skin and keeps the protective barrier of your skin strong.
The final ingredient is Feverfew. One that you would probably go…err whah? and then Google to find out what it is. Which obviously is something I definitely did not do…
Feverfew is commonly more known as the white chamomile and helps reduce swelling and redness in the skin, something that’s probably pretty handy for the hot weather and all that sunburn us Brits are likely to get at some point.
The bottle contains 150ml and is £19.00, which to be honest is pretty good for a product that’s probably going to last you through until the end of Summer. I’m definitely going to be using this for the rest of the season and it’s the perfect balance for what I’m after during the hot spells!
Make sure you check out their range here.
*Disclaimer – I was gifted this product in return for my own honest opinion.