Because why not?

Brand Focus - Live Clean

25 March 2015
I have a tendency to do a lot of research on products that claim to be natural, I think it's because some companies have been known to use clever wording and 'technicalities' to make a product seem to be something that it's not and that really pisses me off, to me it's just a shifty way of telling lies and I dislike shiftiness as much as I dislike lies.

With these products I did zero research, mostly because I just wanted to let the products speak for themselves and not let any prior knowledge taint my opinion.

Live Clean Soothing Daily Moisturiser

This moisturiser features a light texture and no scent, it absorbs quickly and works well under makeup since it doesn't leave a greasy residue. High up on the ingredient list is a bunch of promising ingredients including orchid leaf, lavender, cucumber, chamomile, milk thistle (also known as silybum HA!), mallow, aloe and glossy buckthorn extracts which all work together to make a really nice, simple day cream that works to hydrate and soothe your skin.

I really like this moisturiser, it does it's job well but doesn't promise miracles or deliver them, it says it will hydrate and soothe and that is exactly what it does. Would repurchase.

Live Clean Glowing Daily Serum

This serum uses many of the same certified organic ingredients as the moisturiser, it also has a light texture and a fresh scent, the down side is that it balls up on my skin as soon as I put anything else over the top, my bottle also split at the top about a week after I started using it so it was quickly put aside because I simply wasn't willing to try to make it work from that point on.

Would not repurchase because if it balls up on me it's useless as far as I'm concerned.

Live Clean Exotic Nectar Treatment Argan Oil

I picked up this mini at David Jones and had high hopes, it smells divine and uses argan extract, argan kernal, olive and grape oils along with other not so organic ingredients. It has a fluid gel consistency but it's a little stringy (if you've ever used a Korean 'cheese' cream you'll know what I mean here) but what I really don't get about this product is that it foams up when you rub it between your hands and then when it sets it's sticky.

In the hair this does.. well, things, but none of those things are good, your biggest mistake will be applying it to dry hair, it's like taking a glob of glue and working it in to your ends, you can give that a try if you're curious about this product but I wouldn't recommend it, I also wouldn't recommend wasting your money on this.

Have you tried any Live Clean products? If so let me know your thought in the comments.

Links provided are for shopping examples only, I have personally purchased from some (not all) of these online stores but I highly recommend researching before buying. Items marked * were sent to me for trial and consideration, all other products were purchased by myself and I am in no way affiliated with any of the companies mentioned unless otherwise stated. All opinions are my own and based on my personal experience. Integrity Always..

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2 comments on "Brand Focus - Live Clean"
  1. I have that Live Clean argan oil hair treatment from a DJ deluxe sampler tote - horrible stuff! It's only OK if you use it on damp hair, and even so it does nothing for my hair except making it tacky. I threw mine out after a few uses.

    1. I've put mine in the pre-shamoo treatment pile, it gets used up but I just wash it out anyway hahaha