A Mini Ritual : Sodashi Clay Lime Cleanser & Brightening Face Drops.

I’ve long been a fan of Sodashi, everything about the brand sings to me. From their lack of animal testing & animal ingredients, 100% recyclable packaging, deluxe products and the fact that a little company based in North Freo has made it big the world over – being housed in some of the top spas in New York, Paris & beyond.

A treasure-box of Sodashi goodies made its way to me many months ago and I haven’t stopped using the products since, so today I’m going to share the tiniest of rituals I like to indulge in and also quickly chat about the other bits I received.

Cleanse & Rejuvenate

Sodashi Clay Lime Cleanser

Start with one pump worth of this creamy white cleanser in the palm of your hand, massage into the face with a bit of warm water and focus on any trouble spots as this is a great cleanser for those with acne prone-combination skin (like me!)

Use a muslin cloth or face washer to help get rid of any impurities / gently exfoliate the skin & rinse with warm water. I generally tend to do this step in the shower, but just make sure the water isn’t too hot or it will dry out your skin and irritate any pimples.

Sodashi Brightening Face Drops (RRP $89)

Next up, fill a basin / bowl with warm water and add 10 drops of Brightening Face Drops, this stuff is magic for imparting radiance to the skin & it also helps with scarring and pigmentation! Zoe Foster is also a huge fan, can’t go wrong.

Soak a fresh muslin cloth / face cloth with the solution, squeeze out and apply to the skin. Repeat this step again & you’re ready to go!

So that’s my little ritual 🙂 Depending on your skins current needs, you can then apply moisturiser if you wish, the one that is suitable for me (combination / acne prone skin) is the Balancing Face & Neck Moisturiser (RRP $147) and I really like it, not too heavy, not too sticky. Very nice for day time use!

The last of my goodies is the Blemish Treatment (RRP $105), this stuff is a bit sticky and squirts out of the bottle in a rush, so take care! I find it very calming for my pimples and it’s suitable for use under makeup as well, but I prefer to use it at night before bed so it can do its thing while I rest 🙂

I hope you enjoyed my little write-up! Do let me know if you have any questions about these products & I’ll do my best to help you out!

Be well,

xoxo

4 comments

  1. Holly Curtis says:

    Ooo I love what I have tried from Sodashi.. would love to try their cleanser and blemish treatment!

  2. Annette @ Wellness WA says:

    You should definitely look into it! I use the cleanser every day and adore it 😀

    When are you back from the States?! We need to get our dual article going:)) x

  3. Haley says:

    The rejuvenating concentrate is amazing! I keep a glass bowl in the shower so I can use it on my face and then I use what’s left on my whole body! It’s totally cured my legs of dry skin! UH-MAZE-BALLS Ha! You gotta try the Rose spray-it’s addicting-I use it like 5 times a day cos I love the smell so much! xxx

  4. Annette @ Wellness WA says:

    Hi Haley,

    That’s such a good idea!!!!!! I did feel a bit bad pouring out the bowl of stuff down the drain like ‘nooooooo this could be used for so much good!’

    I currently have the balancing face mist and aaaaaadore it but now you’ve got me wanting to try the rose 😀 x

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