A Radiant Complexion: Origins Never a Dull Moment Cleanser

I have been a fan of Origins skincare products for quite some time now, and I thought that one product in particular deserves some attention.

This is the Origins Never a Dull Moment skin-brightening face cleanser, which is made with the extracts of crushed papaya and mango, as well as Limonene (lemon oil), Eucalyptus Leaf Oil, Bulgarian Rose Flower Oil and Aloe Vera Leaf Juice. With that being said, this is primarily an oil-based cleanser, making it very gentle and nourishing for sensitive skin.

As a cautionary measure, I would advise anyone interested in trying out a product like this to carefully check the list of ingredients, as certain oils or fruit extracts may cause an allergic reaction or irritation. A full list of ingredients can be found here.

What I love about this cleanser is that it is truly moisturizing, gives my skin a natural, radiant glow and is a great complementary product to use after any kind of exfoliation. I also like to use this cleanser after a microdermabrasion treatment or when rinsing off a mask, as it is effective in cleansing off any dead skin cells or removing residue from a mask, while still being gentle enough as to not leave my skin dry or irritated.

After about six months of use, I was so pleased with this cleanser that I purchased a back up as soon as I was close to running out on my first bottle. I also feel that I will continue to repurchase this product, due to its year-round effectiveness and the overall improvement I’ve seen in my skin.

Officially ready to start using my back up

Officially ready to start using my back up

The Never a Dull Moment cleanser is best suited for those with combination or oily skin types, and is Dermatologist and Ophthalmologist tested with the retail price of $20 for 5 fl. oz. I found that one bottle lasted me for about a year of periodic use, and I only needed a pea-size amount of the cleanser each time I used it.

Have you tried out any Origins products? And if so, are there any you would recommend?

Until next time,



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