After a few months of using this Emma Hardie Moringa cleansing balm, I thought it was about time to give it the review that it deserves. I have mentioned this a few times in posts and videos, so you may have already gathered that it’s one of my favourite skincare products.
Cleansing balms are the new hot cloth cleansers in my eyes, they’re great for all skin types, remove makeup quickly and reveal a brighter complexion. I scoop out a small amount, add a little warm water to the palm of my hand and warm between my palms before applying all over my face. I then massage in for a few minutes to remove all makeup and daily dirt and to give my skin a thorough cleanse. It feels so lovely on my skin and I often leave it on for 10 minutes to give my skin a moisture boost.
This Emma Hardie Moringa cleansing balm can be removed with a face cloth (the Emma Hardie Professional Cleansing Cloth is an absolute dream to use, it’s sold separately but I definitely recommend) for some effortless exfoliation. It leaves my skin feeling incredible – cleansed and moisturised in one and it helps to minimise pores also.
I love what a difference this makes to my skin, I prefer using it now it’s a bit colder as I feel like it gives back to my skin what the cold weather and central heating takes out. By removing with a cloth and exfoliating in circle motions, my skin looks a lot brighter and clearer after use and I notice a big difference. It’s great for those who like to remove makeup and cleanse in one, too!
I’d say this is ideal for all skin types, it’s not too rich and is great for more sensitive skins but gives a thorough cleanse.
It’s one of my most used cleaning products and I think it makes all the difference to my skin.
What are your thoughts on cleansing balms?
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