Emma Hardie Moringa Balm

Emma Hardie Moringa BalmBalm cleansers do well on my skin. As fussy as they can be to use, once you get into the ritual, there is nothing as pleasing. It took me a while to understand this one. I imagine anyone with normal skin type will fall in love with it. On my dry/dehydrated face, it keeps very little moisture. Unless, I skip the muslin cloth. I have noticed it does not take off make-up as well as I’d like, Mascaras and liners mainly. This makes it a good second cleanse.moringa balm reviewThe plastic packaging looks luxurious. On the other hand, the lid can crack or come off in two parts. I love the texture of it so much that the finicky packaging doesn’t bother me at all. It’s incredibly smooth. Not as waxy as Ultrabland. It turns into a oily-milky consistency when mixed with water. You will feel a slight grittiness mixed in there for the first two seconds before it melts off.

It smells nice. Not sweet, like I imagined. The texture is the kind that will vary with the temperature. I like keeping it in the bathroom shelf so it stays a soft balm. Too warm and the the oil will start separating.

Emma Hardie’s cleansing cloths have a muslin cloth side and a polisher side. The concept is similar to how you would buff your nails. It works too. The polisher creates a temporary sheen.

Available at Cult Beauty, Marks and Spencer.

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