Skincare Review: Red Earth Hydrate Refreshing Cleanser with Tasmanian Sea Kelp

I have tried a lot of cleansers but I’ve never tried something like the Hydrate Refreshing Cleanser with Tasmanian Sea Kelp from Red Earth Beauty.

The Australian skincare brand created the lotion cleanser to nourish and hydrate the skin using shea butter, cucumber extract, gingko biloba leaf extract, and Tasmanian sea kelp. It’s also doesn’t bubble and doesn’t contain sulfates and parabens. The #cleanser is meant to be lathered into wet hands before it is massaged on the face and rinsed.

It feels exactly like a moisturizer. I’ve read reviews talking about the texture but it’s still an experience. It literally felt like you’re applying a moisturizer on wet skin, which I think everyone did at one point in their young lives. I was really apprehensive because this felt too creamy for my skin. However, after rinsing, my face felt squeaky clean without the tightness. It also dissolves into a milky consistency that cleanses the skin effectively. It removes excess oil and cleanses the skin without that much residue left behind, which actually surprised me because of the creaminess of this cleanser. It also leaves the skin smooth and soft. I like using this during cold mornings as it feels nourishing to the skin and it doesn’t completely strip my skin.

This would be really beneficial for those with dry skin for its moisturizing and nourishing benefits. For my oily skin, however, I still need to follow this with hydrating serums to balance the oil production of my skin during the day.

The Red Earth Hydrate Refreshing Cleanser with Tasmanian Sea Kelp was provided by @redearth. Available for $20 at redearth.com

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