[REVIEW] Doremiel Organics Organic Honey Gentle Cleansing Jelly*
Doremiel Organics is a skincare company that has harnessed the incredible benefits of certified organic ingredients, such as Honey & Amla Fruit, to create an effective, & affordable, line of products. Doremiel Organics promises to be non-GMO & free of Gluten, Parabens, Hydrogenates, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate & artificial fragrances.
Function: Jelly-like cleanser supplies the skin with moisture & nutrients while removing dirt & impurities. This cleanser is gentle enough to be used daily & is suitable for all skin types including sensitive skin.
Notable Ingredients: Amla Fruit Extract, which is one of the most potent antioxidants in the world, is known to improve skin's collagen production & elasticity while reducing the appearance of fine lines & wrinkles. Honey, a natural antimicrobial ingredient & powerful humectant, helps to heal & prevent acne while supplying the skin with moisture & essential nutrients.
Packaging: 75ml (2.5fl oz) of product in a plastic, airless pump bottle. The bottle itself resembles frosted glass & combined with it's golden accents appears very luxe & high quality. The yellow honeycomb pattern on the label & outer carton is very aesthetically appealing imo.
The Feels: This is such a beautiful formulation! The clear, jelly-like texture may resemble a standard gel-cleanser but it feels like nothing else! Once combined with water it produces the softest, featherlight bubbles that feel amazing on the skin & are easily rinsed off without any residue left behind. The light citrus & sweet honey scent is very natural & smells absolutely incredible! There's really something so unique & special about this product!
My Thoughts: I've been on a Honey kick these past few months so I was very excited when Doremiel Organics offered to send me their Gentle Cleansing Jelly! I'm quite picky when it comes to my cleansers & yet the act of washing my face is the least exciting part of my routine (go figure ) but that's no longer the case! (CONTINUED IN COMMENTS ... )