Here is a handy guide to show you an overall difference between the three products, for a more in-depth look please carry on reading
Our Reviving Cleansing Cream is a rinse-off cleanser that cannot be left on the skin. It can be used both morning and night. It is a cream and oil-based cleanser which is lighter in weight than the balm.
It contains anti-inflammatory properties to help reduce redness, blemishes and problematic skin. It is anti-ageing and repairs and hydrates skin.
You need to apply this to damp hands and skin and then use with a wet Lucy Bee muslin cloth or cotton pads to wipe away the cleansing cream and impurities it has lifted.
Our Brilliant Balm is multipurpose. It can be used as a leave-on product to moisturise dry skin (overnight mask/balm and on dry areas), as well as a deeply nourishing and rich cleansing balm that can be used morning and night (morning – great way of boosting your skin’s hydration and getting the oxygen and blood pumping. Evening – makeup remover and more of a luxury, relaxing evening balm).
You need to apply it to dry hands, warm the product up and then apply to dry skin. Massage into the skin and then wipe off with a wet Lucy Bee muslin cloth/cotton pad.
It helps improve firmness, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and is intensely nourishing, soothing and skin-protecting. It is great for sensitive skin, dry skin and as an anti-ageing product as it really locks in the moisture.
Our Hydrating Foam Face Wash, is a foam face wash which is rinsed off the skin and doesn’t require a muslin cloth. It has the consistency of silky mousse, and although a foam this product doesn’t strip the skin or leave you feeling dry. Shake well before use. Apply 1-2 pumps onto damp hands, massage into the face, then rinse away.
Use daily either as your only cleanse, or as a second cleanse after Brilliant Balm or Reviving Cleansing Cream.
Both the Reviving Cleansing Cream and Brilliant Balm contain ingredients to help remove stubborn makeup, whereas our Hydrating Foam Face wash cleanses the skin from daily impurities. All three help strengthen the skin barrier.
All 3 cleansers are
- Dermatologically approved for sensitive skin
- COSMOS Organic / Natural
- Palm Oil Free including derivatives
- Cruelty Free
- Made in the UK
- Suitable for use during pregnancy and breastfeeding
- Free from harsh fragrances
What's the difference between the Reviving Cleansing Cream and Hydrating Foam Face Wash?
The two products are both very different, our Reviving Cleansing Cream is a cream cleanser which you remove with a muslin cloth. The Face Wash is a foam face wash which you wash off with just water and doesn’t require a muslin cloth.
Reviving Cleansing Cream – removes makeup, dirt, grime SPF, use as first part of your cleansing routine
Face Wash – use on its own if wearing little to no make-up, or as the second cleanse (after Brilliant Balm or Reviving Cleansing Cream), removes dirt grime, and traces of makeup etc. Great in morning when waking, or after gym, etc.
Reviving Cleansing Cream - Hydrates and soothes, reduces redness, evens skin tone, protects skin from environmental stress, nourishing, removes makeup & daily impurities. Key Ingredients: Turmeric, hyaluronic acid, bisabolol, vitamin E
Hydrating Foam Face Wash - Boosts hydration & retains skin moisture, improves skin elasticity, soothes and calms, strengthens skin barrier & protects against irritation, cleanses the skin from daily impurities. Key Ingredients: Ginseng, rose flower water, calendula, natural betaine, glycerin.
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About Lucy Bee
Lucy Bee is a lifestyle brand selling food, skincare and soap products all completely free from palm oil and with minimal use of plastic. Lucy Bee is concerned with Fair Trade, organic, ethical and sustainable living, recycling and empowering people to make informed choices and select quality, natural products for their food and their skin.
Any information provided by us is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. We always recommend referring your health queries to a qualified medical practitioner.