NSpa Melting Cleansing Gel

Having luckily grown up close to Nirvana Spa in Berkshire, I can honestly say it's a place well revered. A couple of years ago, ASDA in Reading started stocking the NSpa range of body and skin care products, which I assumed they were testing on the market. This may or may not have been the case but I've known of and used their products for a couple of years.

I was astounded last week when I popped into my local ASDA in South East London, to find more of an NSpa range than I'd ever seen before... even products for mums to be in the baby section (don't ask why I was in the baby section, I don't even know myself).

The great thing about this product range is, they focus on the luxurious nature of pampering yourself with none of the price tag. I absolutely love their Shea Butter Body Wash, which is about £3 for a huge bottle that lasted me a good 3 months ? Maybe even more.

I picked up one of their Beauty Boxes for my mum as she also loves these products but picked up the Melting Cleansing Gel for myself for a mere £4.50 - bargs.

Let me tell you, on first impressions this product smells amazing. I've used it a few times this week now, in the morning (using my Liz Earle Hot Cloth Polish in the evenings) and it's a really nice welcome change into my morning routine. The cleanser is at first what you might think is stiff on initial application but when you work it in it becomes a lot more manageable and really does 'melt' when warmed up against the warmth of your skin.

You then wash it off with warm water at which point the clear gel becomes a milk-like product and is easily removed. My skin feels soft and fresh afterwards which is always a good sign, as well as hydrated which is nice for someone with very dry skin. I'm really enjoying this, especially because of how well-priced it is.

I didn't need a reason to go and look for this range but trying this cleanser has spurred me on to try a few more products in this line. I urge you, the next time you're in ASDA, stop by the bath and skincare aisles for the NSpa range, I'm sure you'll find something to fill your basket with for a couple of quid.