Hydrate Your Skin with Lush Ultrabland Cleanser!

I recently had the opportunity to experience a Lush Emotional Brilliance reading, and I ended up with quite a number of swatches all over my hands. Lush Ultrabland was smoothed all over, and I was immediately sold. Luckily, the kind manager there decided to give me a pot of this creamy goodness!

lush ultrabland review

This cleanser is definitely rich and moisturizing, and that is probably my favorite thing about it. My skin has been going through cycles of dehydration this year, and this really helps make my skin feel normal again. One downside of this creaminess is the bit of residue it leaves on the skin. It seems to be unavoidable, and I like to think of it as a bit of moisturizer to get me started. (LOL) However, I do find that if you don't use a ton of product and rinse well, then the leftover bits are minimal, but if you are one who likes a squeaky clean feel, then I would skip this. 

Ultrabland is also a really nice way to remove makeup. It is creamy, and I find that it removes makeup better than my limited experience with Nude Perfect Cleansing Oil. (I also managed to scare my fiance by rubbing this all over my mouth with bright lipstick, and then smearing it everywhere... haha!) I don't know how it performs on waterproof eye makeup, as I just prefer to use my Koh Gen Do Cleansing Water on my eyes.  

All in all, I am really glad I tried this. I really want to try other cream cleansers now, so I'm not sure that I'll purchase this one just yet. I suspect it is a winner though, so I'll let you know if I'm buying a pot once I get to the bottom! :)

Have you tried Lush Ultrabland Cleanser? Do you have a favorite cream cleanser that I must try? I'd love to know! 

 Lush Ultrabland was provided for review and retails for $16.95-$29.95.