The face wash is cleansing but not too drying, with a pleasantly medicinal pepperminty smell. It contains no parabens but does include sls as a foaming agent. I think I would alternate between this one and the turmeric and bergamot as I have skin that sometimes gets oily. The product is easy to use; perhaps too easy though, because you don’t need much and it’s hard not to squirt a massive blob of it out of the tube every time.
Despite the fact it comes in a handcream-like tube, the rose and jasmine cream does make a good face and neck moisturiser, though it’s not very rich so ideally I’d get something else for at night. It contains no sls, parabens or mineral oils, but it does, however, contain alcohol. It smells beautifully sweet and flowery and the scent lingers on your skin for some time. My face actually feels a little softer from using it, too. It is certainly a very good budget-friendly stopgap between my more expensive Dr Organic moisturisers, though probably not rich enough for me to use in the long term.
I would recommend both these products if you want quality at budget prices and easy availability; I found them in the “ethnic beauty” section of my local Asda superstore. Oh, and just so you know, I wasn’t approached by the company to review them, nor was I sent any free samples, so this review is totally my own unbiased opinion.