The Beauty Baker Guest Post!

Hiya sweet peas!

It's Siobhan here from The Beauty Baker and I'm lucky enough to be guest posting for Jess today!

My skin is not being kind to me at the moment and it seems to love just breaking out in spots and going really red and pink everywhere, not very attractive if you ask me! So since my skin has been messing up I remember how much I love Angels On Bare Skin by Lush which is a cleanser which you can use on your face and body I've only ever used it on my face though.

Unlike other cleansers I've used this one is more solid and you just mix it with a little bit of water in the palm of your hand and scrub it all over your face which is one of the main reason I like this I just hate having liquid on my face so I can make mine into a paste which I don't mind being on my face. Another thing which I absolutely love about this cleanser is the smell though, it has extracts of lavender in it which I find so refreshing and also makes me ready for bed so I tend to use this later on in the evening just before I go to bed so I can have a good nights sleep.

After using this for a bit I've seen a massive difference in my skin it was no longer patchy or discoloured, my spots had disappeared and my face just looked healthier in a whole! I use this around 3 times a week and I don't find that it dries out my skin since I also use a hydration cream on my face.

You can buy this face cleaner for £6.40 which I think is really good value for the fact a tub lasts me a long time and is amazing on my skin, luckily though I haven't ever had to pay this since I got my first tub free at a blogger meet and then when that one run out I was lucky enough to get it again at a different blogger meet, score!

What's your favourite cleanser?

Olivia Thristan


  1. I've used a few Lush cleansers, I'm currently working my way through Ultrabland - which is gentle but a bit waxy actually. I have a Soap & Glory cleanser on my wishlist, but I made need to try this one after working through those. I love the lavender element.

    Great post

    Aimee Belle