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Beauty Review | Natural Being Manuka Cleanser

By Lisagray @juicysatsuma
I picked up this little cleanser in TK Maxx a couple of months ago. Natural Being are a brand that I’d never heard of before, but a quick Google in the middle of the TK Maxx store informed me that they are a cruelty free brand, hurray! Natural Being are a certified natural brand from New Zealand, Their product range is based on manuka honey which is native to New Zealand, and has loads of amazing properties which I’ve written about before here. It was the use of manuka honey as an ingredient which attracted me to buy this cleanser.  Beauty Review | Natural Being Manuka Cleanser I was a little disappointed when I first tried this product and discovered that it doesn’t smell like honey. I looooove the smell of honey but this cleanser doesn’t really smell of much at all.
It’s formulated for oily to normal skin, which I have, but I didn’t really feel like there was anything about this product which was particularly targeting my oily skin. My skin also didn’t feel especially clean after using this. I had to cleanse a good three times with this before my skin felt really clean.

You also definitely have to use a makeup remover before using this cleanser or your mascara and eyeliner just won’t budge. Personally this is a step I can’t always be bothered with when I just want to go to bed and get to sleep asap.
I’m sure you’ll have guessed by now that I didn’t really get on with this product! It wasn’t a terrible product. It just wasn’t exactly what I look for in a cleanser. I think I’ll be sticking to cream cleansers from now on, which are much better multi-taskers.
I would be happy to try other products from Natural Being, and I like the sound of their Manuka Night Cream. This cleanser just wasn’t right for me and my skin.
Has anyone else tried anything from Natural Being?
Lisa x

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