Origins GinZing Refreshing Scrub Cleanser

The newest Origins launch is Origins GinZing Refreshing Scrub Cleanser which not only cleanses the skin but gently removes dry and dead skin cells too. It has been created for daily use and of course features that bright, zingy orange fragrance making it perfect for a morning wake up call.

"Every minute, the body sheds over 30,000 dead skin cells. However, with time, cell turnover slows resulting in dull, lack luster skin. New GinZing™ Refreshing scrub cleanser is a two-in-one product that cleanses and gently exfoliates to “wake up” tired skin. The efficacious scrub cleanser’s natural exfoliating scrubbing beads remove dirt, debris and dead skin cells, boosting cell turnover to reveal vibrant skin."

First of all most will be happy to learn that is not a foaming cleanser (or at least it doesn't later up on my skin) it behaves more like a gel cleanser with tiny gritty exfoliating flecks to gentle buff the skin with each use. My skin can be a little temperamental so I don't tend to exfoliate daily but in the sake of research I have used this each morning for the last week and can say it is gentle yet effective. The idea is that with continued use this scrub can replace the need for tools (i.e the Clarisonic), cloths and what not. Origins claim that the Origins GinZing Refreshing Scrub Cleanser can refine the skins texture, minimise pores (joba and carnauba wax gently exfoliate to help unclog pores) as well as brightening and energising the skin with use of Panax Ginseng and Caffeine from Coffee Beans. It cleanses and exfoliates in one quick step and although I would recommend using it in the am it does easily remove all signs of dirt and make-up (do not use on the eyes).

If you are looking for a quick way to re-freshen the skin and keep it soft the Origins GinZing Refreshing Scrub Cleanser is a great way to go about it.

Origins GinZing Refreshing Scrub Cleanser £18.50/150ml via Selfridges (exclusive) - link
It will go on all Origins counters et al in June. This post contains a press sample.

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