If you love a skincare dupe, the Revolution Conditioning Rice Powder Cleansing Powder might be worth a try. Ever since Revolution launched their skincare range, the new launches haven’t stopped. Just like their award winning makeup range, the Revolution Skincare range is seemingly growing week by week with new and innovative additions.
Their skincare range is available on the Revolution Beauty website, but it’s also available in larger Boots stores, Superdrug and Ulta depending on where you live.
One of the most recent skincare additions is the Revolution Conditioning Rice Powder Cleansing Powder which instantly reminded me of one of my personal holy grail skincare products – the Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant. But is it a dupe?
The Revolution Conditioning Rice Cleansing Powder is one of two powder skincare products, with the Purifying Charcoal Cleansing Powder too. Both powder cleansers are £10 each and contain 50 grams of product.
Revolution Conditioning Rice Powder Cleansing Powder
Revolution are helping us to discover the cleansing abilities of rice. Described as being a travel friendly cleansing powder, which works to gently clean the skin whilst also exfoliating.
You simply shake the powder into the hands, add a little water and then rub your hands together to create a foam that you then massage into the skin to cleanse and exfoliate. It claims to leave your skin feeling refined, and also radiant.
Revolution Conditioning Rice Powder Cleansing Powder Directions
How to use: shake a small amount on to your hands, add water and rub together to obtain foam. Gently massage the cleanser into your face, rinse off well with warm water. Use 1-2 times a week.
Sodium Bicarbonate, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Oryza Sativa (Rice) Starch, Hydroxypropyl Starch Phosphate, Solum Diatomeae, Coconut Acid, Avena Sativan (Oat) Kernel Flour, Sodium Isethionate, Aqua (Water,Eau).
The Dermalogica Microfoliant is a finely milled, white powder which you tip onto your wet hands and then rub your hands together before massaging the face.
The directions for both products are essentially the same, and both formulas contain sodium bicarbonate which is what makes the powder effervesce.
I really love how the Daily Microfoliant is extremely gentle yet effective at sloughing away dead skin cells without drying out the skin.
The ingredients, claims and directions are practically identical, so I really do think the Revolution Conditioning Rice Powder Cleansing Powder could be a credible dupe, and I for one can’t wait to give it a try as the Dermalogica version is £51 for 75g. I don’t know about you, but I’d much rather pay £10 if the results are the same.