Monday, 1 September 2014

Exfolia Beauty Cloth

When I was asked if I would like to try out the new Exfolia Beauty Cloth** I jumped at the chance. I am one of those girls who uses flannels, muslins cloths and so on to wash and clean my face, always have been. I

The Exfolia Beauty Cloth is described as being a microexfoliation cloth which is suitable for all skin types from oily to dry, teen to mature even the most sensitive. It is also safe to use on your baby's skin and is hypoallergenic. There are no additives, no acids or crystals and as well as being washable, this cloth lasts for 60-80 washes. Exfolia also make the claim that their Beauty Cloth will smooth and soften your skin, minimise hyper pigmentation and scarring, as well as reduce fine lines and wrinkles, deep clean the pores, allow deeper penetration of skin care AND smoother application of self tan and cosmetics. Oh and it is recyclable. Wow!

Exfolia Beauty Cloth

Exfolia Beauty Cloth

Exfolia Beauty Cloth

To look at, this green cloth reminds me of a shammy you use to clean the car, you know the ones which hold all the water...this cloth uses fibres which are 50 to 100 times thinner than human hair and they are put together and designed within the cloth to remove dead skin cells delicately, the description, which I love this is:

"The dense formation of the fibres, provides a powerful wicking action that collects 99% of impurities from skin surface".


When I first used it, it did feel a little rough on my face, so I was careful around my eyes, but after perservering with it and completing my wash routine, my skin afterwards felt extremely soft and smooth, I was quite surprised and I was most definitley left with that 'clean' feel, after washing my face. Scarring, fine lines and wrinkles are not yet a problem for me and nor do I currently have any scarring. But my skin had been in need of a good exfoliation session and this cloth for me delivered with just the use of water and my current favourite cleanser (coming in a post soon).  You are advised to use this cloth 2-3 times a week rather than everyday or once a week if you have really sensitive skin.

I also took this cloth on holiday with me to Spain and used it three times for the ten days I was there to ensure that whilst I would be getting a tan and wearing my SPF, that my skin was in as good condition as it could be. The reason I took it is because I then didn't need to take any other face washing products, no exfoliating balms or facemask, just the cloth and a cleanser which meant more room for other products.

I am a huge fan of the Exfolia cloth, it does what it says it will do for me. It didn't and still doesn't irritate my skin, it is soft and smooth and even after washing in the washing machine, it is just as effective now as it was when I first started using it 4 weeks ago. If this sounds like something you would like to try, then this cloth costs just £10.35 which you can find here.

What do you use to wash your face and body with? 
Have you tried this cloth?

35 comments:

  1. This looks great. It does look like a car shammy though or a silver jewellery cloth. I would try this as I have used a muslin cloth with Liz Earl's cleanse and polish and I think it's a great way of exfoliating.

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  2. Sound like a handy helper in our beauty routines. I need to check it out.

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  3. I like this idea as honestly I only use water and ought to care a bit more for my skin. Love how eco it is.

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  4. LOVE the sound of these - I think I would use this almost every day in the shower!

    Josie XOXO
    Fashion Mumblr

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    Hope you'll like mine too!

    XO,
    Taria-ann
    www.frunettte.com

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  6. Sounds so amazing! I should def try it ^^

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  7. Oh this is now defo on my "to be tried" list - I had never heard of this before reading your post! xx

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  8. I like the sound of this, simple and straightforward, which makes it the sort of skincare I might actually do!

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  9. The cloth looks great I will be looking out to purchase this in future.
    www.naomitalksbeauty.com

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  10. sounds like a great alternative to normal physical exfoliators!!!
    very interesting indeed!!
    xo
    Alice|Alice's Beauty Madness

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  11. Hey, you have a really nice Blog with interesting Stuff on it! :)
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    Greetings & Kisses from Germany
    www.sophias-fashion.blogspot.com

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  12. This sounds pretty good but I can't help but feel a tenner is pretty expensive for a face cloth! Just me?!

    Jess xo

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  13. sounds like a great cloth, I always just use a flannel.

    Sophie
    xx
    www.pocockins.co.uk

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  14. what a fab little idea! i definitely need one of these

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  15. This sounds very reasonably priced for something that lasts so long. I'd definitely give it a try!

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  16. I've never tried cloth like this. I would like to give it a try.

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  17. I like the sound of this and seems quicker than a manual exfoilator x

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  18. I love mine and find it works out cheaper than an exfoliating product but works as well as any I have tried. Great review x

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  19. adding this to my wish list - sounds amazing x

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  20. It works out very expensive compared to my usual muslin cloths but I'd gladly pay that much if it helped with fine lines!

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  21. Ooh, that sounds good! I'm a sucker for a nice beauty product!

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  22. It sounds pretty good, I've always struggled with my skin so I'd give anything a try! Thanks for sharing!

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  23. This sounds great! :) I've used a variety of muslin cloths and flannels but I tend to lose or wreck them! :)

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  24. I've been using a muslin cloth everyday for some years now so I'd be interested in how this could improve my skin. How do you recycle it?

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  25. This sounds pretty freaking awesome!
    I should give this a try!

    http://creepersandcupcakes.blogspot.co.uk

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  26. Ok, this sounds amazing. I'm going to have to try this, what an ingenious product.

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  27. What a great sounding cloth, I haven't heard of it before, but I think I am going to have to give this a try :) x

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  28. Awesome, I am going to have to try this. Like the idea of taking it to use out of town as well!

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  29. I'd have to be careful as I have sensitive skin but may give them a try soon.

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  30. Sounds really useful, but as I have sensitive skin, I have to watch out for what I use on my face. Does it leave your skin looking red at all?

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  31. It does sound good and cost effective. Definitely worth a try.

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  32. this sounds really good, perfect for travelling with too

    Over on my blog i am having a Real Techniques, YSL and Barry M giveaway:

    http://www.milliecbeauty.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/real-techniques-ysl-and-barry-m-giveaway.html

    x

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  33. I've never used a cloth but it looks great and I'd definitely consider it now - a really good price too.

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  34. The cloth sounds quite amazing! Something I would love to have, since it's so easy to use. I just must say that I really dislike the color.

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