Review Nature's Kitchen Oat Milk Cleanser & Makeup Remover

Nature's Kitchen Oat Milk Cleanser & Makeup Remover
(Gifted PR samples)

I'm not sure I'd heard of Nature's Kitchen until their products hit the virtual shelves of Love Lula. Initially I was attracted to the claim of "Our products are 100% Vegan, 100% natural and we only use organic and natural plant and fruit based ingredients." From the product range I found one product that didn't contain linalool so you guessed it I selected the Oat Milk Cleanser & Makeup Remover.

I think the price point for Nature's Kitchen Oat Milk Cleanser & Makeup Remover is reasonable (£12.99 for 100ml) and luck would have it the perfect size for cabin allowance as we recently visited Italy. The ingredients are perfect for everyone but I definitely believe of benefit for those with sensitive skin. This cleanser contains a number of ingredients that I gravitate towards such as aloe vera, apricot kernel, coconut oil, avocado, oat milk, green tea, rosehip and cucumber. There are also no artificial fragrances or essential oils.

This cleanser is thick and creamy which applies with ease and can be gently massaged across the face. The product instructs to "apply to dry skin using cotton wool or cleansing pad and gently massage over skin to remove makeup". I must say I personally choose to apply with my hands and remove with a damp cloth, it's my preferred method to remove traces of makeup and product residue. This cleanser works well as part of a morning and evening routine. If you wear a reasonable amount of makeup (for me it's only foundation) then you might want to use this as part of a double cleanse. There isn't an overpowering scent to this cleanser, it's fresh and pleasant with cucumber as the stand out top note for me.

Overall, I'm really enjoying using the Nature's Kitchen Oat Milk Cleanser & Makeup Remover and I could see myself re-purchasing. I'd recommend checking out their line of products. Sadly, it doesn't look like I will be able to try the majority of Nature's Kitchen products (due to my allergies) so I'd love to see more fragrance free options in the future.

Have you tried Nature's Kitchen? What product might you recommend?

If you missed my Love Lula review for last month then visit - Giovanni 2Chic Repairing Conditioner and By Sarah London Organic Facial Oil

Sarah x