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If you've suffered with your skin then I'd hope that you'd relate to me on this: having had trouble with my skin, anything to do with cleansing my skin and especially my pores, really satisfies me and I can't be the only person that's so obsessed with the random isles in Aldi - you know the ones that sell the 'randomest' of things. I saw that Aldi were selling their own brand Hot Cloth Cleanser and I was so drawn in by it so I thought I'd give it a go and do a post on it and I really liked it. It's really simple to use and it aims to gently cleanse and exfoliate your skin feeling it smooth and soft after use and it definitely does that. Just to add aswell, if I have anyone vegan or vegetarian who anyone that prefers to use vegan products reading this then this is suitable for vegans and vegetarians and it's also cruelty free which is such a huge bonus. Aldi actually did a statement on their website a while back stating that "we are proud to say that all our label cosmetics, toiletries and household products are cruelty free certified by leading animal protection organisation, Cruelty Free International. If you are looking for more information on Cruelty Free Free International then you can click here. 

You only need to apply a small amount of the cleanser to dry skin and massage into your face and neck in circular motions and then wet the muslin cloth in hot water and wring it out to get rid of any excess water then place the cloth over four face and doesn't actually specify on the box how long to leave it on for, I left mine on for around 15 minutes to let it soak in and then remove the cloth, cleanse your face and then rinse with cold water (I loved this before it kinda warms your face slightly so it's really refreshing to rinse with the cold water) then pat dry your face with a towel. If you're intrigued at this like I was when I saw it then please check it out because I think it's a pretty decent find from myself. 

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