Today kids, we’re reviewing the Revolution Skincare CBD Cleansing Cream. But first, it’s worth mentioning that I absolutely love to double cleanse! I’ve found it to be incredibly beneficial in my routine. My favourites first-step cleansers have been the Drunk Elephant Slaai Balm, Faramacy Green Clean, and the Kiehls Midnight Recovery Cleansing Oil.
Now, let’s be real. Those I’ve just mentioned are pretty pricey! They retail between £20-40 for the full-size pot. Is that worth it? I’m not sure. The first cleanse is essentially washing away makeup, SPF, powders, oils, etc… So you’re literally washing your money down the drain.
Here comes the Revolution Skincare CBD Cleansing Cream! Retailing for an incredible £10 for 50ml, it’s more than half the price of the previous ones I mentioned.
But does it work?
Yes! The product feels super gentle on the skin. The consistency feels more like a moisturiser than you’re usual first cleanser products. However, if you’re more on the dry side you might prefer that!
Cleansing balms can be known for being too oily for some, so this would be a great departure for those.
The Revolution Skincare CBD Cleansing Cream is infused with Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil and Cannabidiol which is known to nourish the skin and soothe the skin, which makes it a great contender for those that suffer from sensitivity. It’s manufactured without fragrance and essential oil too.
I’m not usually one to purchase a ton of Revolution Skincare products – For some reason, they just appear to be untrustworthy. Perhaps it’s the fact they have a million products that are too similar to other brands. In contrast to that, I do appreciate that they’re making cruelty free dupes of non-cruelty free products! I also think I’m perhaps not the right demographic, they seem to aim their products at pre-teens, not men in their late-20s. However, when I saw this cleansing cream on ASOS, I was intrigued! And I’ve got say I’m pretty impressed! For £10 it does a stellar job, and I will be very happy to continue using this.
Side Note: It’s worth noting that I tried the Revolution Quenching Skin Booster and it irritated my skin so bad that I had to pour it down the drain.