Sunday, 26 August 2012

Good Things Deep Pore Anti Blemish Cleanser.

Hey Guys!
Today I am going to be reviewing one of two new skincare product that I have been trying from a brand called Good Things, this product is a deep pore anti blemish cleanser, so is the perfect targeting cleanser on the market as it address' two main skin problems that women have.
Firstly I will tell you a wee bit about the brand as some of you may not know much. The Good Things has been developed by beauty writer Alice Hart-Davis which is designed to make the most of young skin with the usage of super fruit boosters in a gentle formula which all skin types will respond well to. As well as being super efficient and cost friendly, ALL Good Things products are free from mineral oils and other pertrochemicals, parabens, sodium lauryl sulphates which are chemicals that can damage the skin and affect the body. Not only this but all products are cruelty free and have not been tested on animals!

The Good Things Cleanser contains two super fruit's Fig which is rich in moisturing properties aswell as vitamin B6 and calcium.The second main superfruit is Wild Strawberry which contain Vitamin C and antioxidant minerals. Although these two super fruits are the main ones in the cleanser, it also contains willow bark and licorice extract which helps fight bacteria keeping skins cleansed. 
The first thing that I liked about this product was the packaging, it is sweet and simple, but has a subtle spiralled fruit design which stands out amongst the other skincare products on the shelf making it instantly recognisable. Being a product containing super fruits of course it is going to smell fruity, but rest assured it is not a sickly sweet smell like many fruit scented candles (if you know what I mean!) it is not a very subtle smell but is nicely enriching to your nose buds.

The product claims that it is a two in one cleanser to unclog pores and remove excess sebum without striping away natural oils within the skin, not only this but it claims to take off make-up and soften the skin, but does it live up to the self made hype?

The simplest way to say it, yes. I use the Good Things Cleanser at night (you can use it both morning and night, I just choose to use it only at night) simply using a cotton pad with a small amount of product and apply it to the face, mainly focusing on the areas where I am prone to spots, I let the liquid formulation sink into the skin for a few minutes before continuing my skincare regime. I can safely say I have noticed a difference, my skin looks fresher and feels softer that before using the cleanser, also I have noticed that I have not broken out since using this product and it seems to really live up to what it says on the bottle.

I would defiantly recommend this cleanser as it lives up to expectations and really makes a difference to the look of the skin. It can be found in Boots, Sainsbury's and Superdrug for the affordable price of £4.99 (or if you go into Boots in the near future you can get it for £3.33!) and you can visit the Good Things website to see for yourself all of the information here!

Have a lovely day!

Tori :) x


  1. sounds like i need this in my life, & so affordable! Great review :) x

  2. This product sounds really good, such a good price too! xx

  3. i love this! love the blog too! keep it up!

    love, rach.

  4. Ooh I might need to try these my skin is not feeling well at the minute! I love your header - very cute!


  5. This sounds great, I'm a fan of anything that is anti-blemish x