Nick visits again ~ ZA Men Ultimate Moist Smoothing Cleanser and Hydrating Moisturizer review (part one, redux)

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Nick visits again ~ ZA Men Ultimate Moist Smoothing Cleanser and Hydrating Moisturizer review (part one, actually)

Hello there! It's Not-Lani here. More appropriately, Nick Rowell.

Well I'm the younger brother anyway. And I'm here to do a review for ZA Men's facial cleanser and moisturiser!

Now, you may be wondering, I've been here before. To do the exact same thing. You wouldn't be wrong either! No no, I was here. Unfortunately I ended up over-committing myself, mostly to a show I was directing, which ended up taking over my life for the summer. But that's okay - hello again!



Nick visits again ~ ZA Men Ultimate Moist Smoothing Cleanser and Hydrating Moisturizer review (part one, actually)

So I'll make clear again what my aims are with ZA's products here:
Whenever I shave, I often get a small amount of shaving rash on my face, no matter how much shaving cream I apply, how warm my face is beforehand, or how sharp my blades are. On top of that, I get ingrown hairs on my neck from shaving. So hopefully ZA can help out!

Prior to this I have been using Sukin facial cleanser and moisturiser, which I had no particular problems with, but rather it did not solve completely my shaving rash or ingrowns.

I have been given the full range of ZA Men's facial cleansers and moisturisers to trial, but I will be trying out Ultimate Moist first. My skin can get a bit dry
 on occasion, just enough for me to notice but not enough to become flaky, so a hydrating product seems like the sensible option.

I'll check in every week or so to update how my skin responds to ZA Ultimate Moist. Just to clarify - I shave my face every three days or so, and will be cleansing and moisturising every day.

Seeya soon!

~ Nick


Nick visits again ~ ZA Men Ultimate Moist Smoothing Cleanser and Hydrating Moisturizer review (part one, actually)
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A note from Lani - This set was provided for review, and was a holiday set (though it is still available) with a recommended retail price of just $15 at selected pharmacies nationwide, Makeup Direct and Japan Home Mart in Albany, Auckland. The products are also available separately, although you'll save a bit of dosh picking them up in the set. There are also two other sets available to cover different skin types - Ultimate Recharge and Ultimate Matte, both of which Nick will be trialling.

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1 comments

  1. I'll be interested to read this on my brother's behalf, he gets some really bad irritation from shaving.

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