Recently Lush launched a whole range of naked skincare products. They already did a lot of naked body care products so coming out with a naked skincare range was a logical next step. I was very interested in this collection and therefore I decided to order a couple of things. One being the 7 To 3 Cleansing Wipe. I’ve used it a couple of times by now and therefore I feel like I’m ready to review this little bad boy. So, if you’re interested in finding out whether or not this strange looking ‘cotton pad’ is all about and whether or not it’s worth the purchase, you better make sure you continue reading this post! I mean, it will help you find out, so yeah… Let’s get into it shall we?
The 7 To 3 Cleansing Wipe looks very basic. It’s a perfect circle made from a white soft feeling material. It feels a bit like rubber but also not. Maybe more in a waxy kind of way. On the other hand it also looks a little bit like a cotton pad. I mean, that’s what this is suppose to resemble. I guess. The main difference between the cotton pad and this little guy is the fact that this one is re-useable and biodegradable and therefore it’s much better for our environment and earth in general.
The 7 To 3 Cleansing Wipe does have a bit of a dirty look in my opinion. Because it’s made from a waxy material things easy stick to it so it had collected a bit of dust on its way to my house. It was sent completely naked so it can also have some dust of the other products you have bought on it. But taking a closer look at it, I feel like it’s not as ‘dirty’ as I thought when I just saw it. Part of it is also the ingredients that are used to make this wipe and the fact that this wipe isn’t crystal clear to start off with.
Lush 7 To 3 Cleansing Wipe – €2,50
The 7 To 3 Cleansing Wipe is made with dove orchid infusion (helps to clear spotty skin), talc (absorbs excess water and adds texture to products), glycerine (locks moisture and effective ingredients into the skin) and there are also ground cannellini beans in there. These beans add a bit of texture to the wipe, allowing it to very gently scrub the skin and leave it feeling very smooth. Aside from that this wipe also has some ingredients in there for the scent and some ingredients with moisturising benefits. There’s also a bit of alcohol in here.
In terms of ingredients I do have mixed feelings. Obviously this is made for cleansing and therefore I don’t think it needs to have a ton of amazing hydrating ingredients, so I don’t hate it. I like the ground beans in the pad because I do actually feel like this works really nice for my skin, and over all the wipe does feel nice and moisturising on my skin.
I think that this 7 to 3 Cleansing Wipe is very easy to use. All you have to do is make your skin wet and wipe this all over the face. Wash it off and you’re good to go. Your skin will be left feeling super soft and smooth (thanks to the ground beans) and it all looks super clear. I don’t think that you should use it to remove an entire full face of heavy makeup, but it’s capable of tackling a nice light makeup look or just the daily dirt that you collect on your skin.
All in all I have a very positive experience with this Lush 7 to 3 Cleansing Wipe. I mainly use it on days when I don’t wear any makeup, as a little soft cleanse for my skin. It makes my skin feel smooth, even and moisturised but clean at the same time. It really is like a skincare product and a cleanser in one. I’m a big fan and I’ll definitely buy some more of these in the future. I highly recommend giving them a try if you’re looking for an innovative and interesting skincare product!
With that being said I’m going to end today’s post. Thank you guys so much for reading it, and be sure to let me know what you think of the new naked skincare products from Lush. Any recommendations?