Product review | Oskia Renaissance Cleansing Gel

Product name: Renaissance Cleansing Gel

Main ingredients: Vitamins A, C & E, Omega 6, Starflower Oil, Pumpkin Enzymes, Chamomile & Rose.

Purpose: to clean and removes any trace of makeup and impurities while restores the hydration level.

For whom is good: For all skin types.

When to use it: As a first cleanse in the morning or a second cleanse in the evening. Frequency – daily.

Free of: Alcohol, SLS’s, silicon, synthetic dies and mineral oil.

Vegan: Yes

Tested on animals: No. It is cruelty free

Safe for pregnant women: Yes

Size: It comes in 3 sizes, 35 ml, 100 ml (the size I’m using) and sometimes they release a 200 ml one.

My opinion: I discovered this cleanser thanks to Caroline Hirons (the queen of skincare) and I felt in love right away. I have never experienced a cleanser gel-to-oil, that is so nourishing and left my skin so soft and clean without feeling dry or tight. And it really revitalizes and brightens my skin. And it gives my skin nutrients that helps to prepare my skin to my routine. I have never experienced this with other cleanser. I have bought several bottles since my first one.

A little goes a long way, and the smell is divine (if you are not into fragrance in skincare products, this is not the product for you). It is citric but not overwhelming and the gel texture is super nice and melts very easily when I apply it to my skin. I apply it on dry skin and removed with a damped washcloth. You can use it to remove makeup, but I prefer to use it as a second cleanse to benefit from the ingredients.

How long did it last: Using it every day on the evening it lasted almost 3 months. The size of my cleanser is 100 ml.

Score: 5/5

Price point: 100 ml: 39.5€ | $45| £33

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Have you used this cleanser before? What has been your experience?

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Author: Maite

Hi I'm Maite I love everything about beauty and skincare but also love travel the world to see new places. I created this blog to combine my two passions and share with you in this little corner on the web. I hope you enjoy it!

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