Elemis Pro Radiance Cream Cleanser


One of my blog’s  last week  featured the ‘Elemis Pro Collagen Marine Cream’ and I have also been using the Elemis Pro Radiance Cream Cleanser alongside, so this weeks blog is all about this. Again, it is a product I have really loved and think it has done wonders for my skin alongside the moisturiser.


This cleanser is also part of the anti ageing range (music to my ears!) and contains “skin protecting Moringa Seed Peptide, balancing Great Burdock, Noni and Assai Fruit known for their high levels of antioxidants”
The product itself smells great (as do all products in the Elemis range) and in this particular product, it is down to the fragrance of Sweet Brazilian Orange, Lavender, Ylang Ylang and Patchouli.


This is another great product for dry skin like mine, due to its creamy consistency and aims to help moisturise dehydrated skin. Directions for use are to massage in to dry skin, leave for a minute to allow all the grime (nice!) and makeup dissolve and then remove with damp warm mitts. I have been using cleansing cloths instead to remove the product but they do the same job. I have also used the product without cloths/mitts and just rinsed with warm water which works just as well.


The product removes makeup, especially mascara really well and after use my skin is not tight at all, which I usually find after using cleansing products.  Skin feels moisturised even before I have applied my normal moisturiser which is unusual for my skin. I have definitely seen an improvement in the radiance of my skin since using this cleanser and the Pro Collagen Marine Cream and my skin hasn’t started to feel dryer later in the day like it did prior to using these products.

This product has won several awards including ‘Beauty Bible Anti Ageing Winner’ and currently retails at £29 on www.timetospa.co.uk (they still have an offer on for 3 for 2 on full size Elemis products.)



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