Wednesday, 22 April 2015

Review | Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm

I discovered Emma Hardie's Moringa Cleansing Balm over a year ago now & I can honestly say, I've never not loved this product & can't imagine changing now! To be honest, I'm not too sure why it's taken me so long to review it. Must have just slipped into my routine & out of my mind.

I used to religiously use the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish but wanted something a little more moisturising for night time makeup removal which is when I came across this balm. The oily balm texture is soft & breaks down all the makeup on your face to leave your skin feeling perfectly balanced, smooth, supple & refreshed ready for bedtime. 

This beauty of a cleansing balm contains moringa seed extract (hence the name), wild sea fennel & vitamin E which reduces the appearance of pores. The orange, mandarin & neroli extracts all revitalise & rejuvenate whilst the jasmine, rose & cedar wood give your skin that rehydrated feel.

One of the things I really like about this cleanser is the scent. It's a fresh & natural smell & reminds me of going to the spa. 

How To Use: Take a coin sized amount of the balm in your hand & mix with a few drops of warm water to create a milky texture. Apply this to your face, neck & eyes using a circular motion & massage into the skin to remove all traces of makeup & dirt.
To remove, soak the provided cleansing cloth or your own flannel in some warm water, squeezing off the excess & wipe over your face & neck but make sure you take care around your eyes.
Tip - Leave this on a little longer for a soothing mask when you're skin is needing that little bit of extra help!

This cleansing balm is one of the more expensive options at £36 but trust me, it's completely worth it. It lasts a long time & really does do wonders for your skin.
Click here to buy it now! 
(Currently a limited edition size but you can also find it on the Emma Hardie website)

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