Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm [Review]

Hello beauties,

You may think that I’m living under a rock after reading this, but I didn’t knew the brand Emma Hardie. Shame on me! Because I tried the Moringa Cleansing Balm and I’m absolutely in love! I think that’s been a while since I fell so hard on a skincare product. 😉

As always I’m rushing everything, so let’s take a step back and let me tell you first what is this product, because just like me, you may never heard about it. If so, I’m very happy to introduce to you the Moringa Cleansing Balm, and before you think about it, this is not an ad, sponsored and I’m one hundred sure that the brand will never read this post or acknowledged us.

‘The perfect first step in your end-of-day cleansing routine, this indulgent concoction dissolves dirt and make up while nourishing skin and dispelling your stresses – thanks to the extracts of orange and jasmine which surround your headspace with heavenly, soul-soothing fragrance. Laced with wild sea fennel, vitamin E and rose oils to rebalance and recapture radiance, this leaves your complexion impeccably clean and ethereally soft. It’s brilliant for those who’re prone to dullness – combatting congestion while boosting skin’s dewiness – and when its massaged with your fingertips you’ll stimulate the blood-flow to help ‘feed’ your cells and keep skin feeling ‘plump’ and looking luminous. The perfect way to take the day off, this doubles as a therapeutic treatment mask when applied to clean skin before bathing – just massage all over your face (and your neck!) before soaking for ten blissful minutes; the steamy atmosphere will help to ‘de-gunk’ your clogged pores and maximise the penetration of the strengthening and moisturising actives’.

After some research I now know that this product has earned ‘skin care essential’ status, with good reason… The scent is incredible (thanks to its cocktail of essential oils) but I understand that for some people can be a little strong. I really like it because it smells like orange and jasmine.

The moringa Cleansing Balm verifies two major criteria that are important to me when it comes to cleansing balms – it doesn’t burn my eyes and it takes all the makeup without leaving my combo skin oilier or with some kind of film that some cleansing balms tend to leave.

You want more? It conditions the skin as it cleanses; effortlessly melting every trace of make up, daily dirt and grime while helping to replenish your cells’ reservoirs. My skin looks plump and I noticed that it didn’t break out my skin, on the contrary, I never had my breakouts so controlled.

According to their informations, it’s suitable for all skin types, and like I said I have combo skin but also sensitive skin and I have been using it without any problem. I use it as my first step of cleansing routine and I’m very happy. Oh a little goes a loooooong long long way so a jar will last for ages. And yes, it’a a little expensive, I know but it’s an investment as all good skincare products.

How I use it?

You can use it in different ways, but for me, my favorite is when I take a little bit into the palm of my hand (no more than a 5p piece) and create a cream. Then I apply to the face, neck and eye area and massage thoroughly into the skin. Take in consideration that you have to be gentle in the eye area, be patient because it takes even the more stubborn mascara with time. To remove, soak a cleansing cloth in warm water, squeeze out the excess and gently wipe over the whole face and neck. And that’s my first step of my cleansing routine. After that I use one cleansing gel, rinse the skin and apply a serum and a moisturizer. Done!

You can also use it as an overnight facial treatment – the skin appears hydrated smoother and more youthful. 

Have you tried this product? Let me know in the comments what’s your opinion about it.

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