All hail the invention of cleansers, or, to be more specific, all hail the creation of Liz Earle and her glorious cleanser.
Do you use make-up wipes to cleanse/remove make-up? If you said yes, you should perhaps reconsider your make-up removal techniques (if you would like to read more about why make-up wipes are bad for you, give this a read).
By all means, keep an emergency pack for the nights where you just don't care (adult code for drunk), but for the love of Freddie Flintoff's chest hair, invest in a cleanser!
Just forget about make-up wipes, you're too good for them.
They don't treat you right; you can do better.
I have thrown my money at products claiming to clear the skin for many years.
Sadly, to the dismay of my bank balance, none of them have helped in the slightest.
Cleanse & Polish is one of the best cleansers I have ever had the pleasure in using.
When I use it, my skin has itself a field day and just absorbs and revels in all the goodness it is receiving.
If you are starting to dabble in the treacherous world of cleansing, I would whole heartedly recommend this to be your first buy!
It's the greatest gift - minus a Michael Kors bag and a pug - that a girl could give!
Your face will thank you.
I am willing to accept baked goods as a sign of gratitude.