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Today I want to share my thoughts about the Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm. I know that I am kind of late to the party since everyone is raving about this balm forever. If you don’t mind me put my two cents in, then I would say that I am very impressed and that I like this cleansing balm from Emma Hardie alot.
I prefer to use the Moringa Cleansing Balm ( €50,16/100ml) in the evening to remove accumulated dirt and make-up. Please note that you can use this any time you want but it is just my personal preference to use it in the evening after workdays or meetings when I use more make-up or heavy make-up. I also prefer oil based cleansers over foam cleansers or gel cleansers because in my opinion oil cleansers do a much better job. I need to mention that I love the fact that this balm is all natural and botanical. It is needless to say that the balm smells amazing! I totally understand all the rave reviews about this product.
I always use a small amount of the balm and massage it all over my face and bring it down to my neck area. The balm transforms into an oil that melts away all the make-up on your skin including the most obstinately waterproof mascara. The Moringa Balm also comes with a unique fibre cloth with two sides, a muslin side and a microfiber side (without doubt the best cleansing cloth I have ever used). Rinse the cloth in hot water and use it to remove the balm from your face, you will see for your self that you won’t have any make-up left on your skin. The balm removes it all! Did you know that it is possible to use the balm as a mask? I did but I haven’t tried it yet.
My face feels super soft and moisturized. Emma Hardie did a great job by creating a products that does the job but doesn’t strip the skin from its natural oils. If you believe in skin breathing like me – I like to skip nightcream a few times a week to let my skin breath. I would say just rely on Emma Hardie because when you cleanse your skin and wake up the next moring it won’t feel like the Sahara.
The packaging is kind of tricky, not my favourite. It looks nice but the lid cracks and it may cut you. I know that lots of people have mentioned the bad quality of the packaging. So misses Hardie, please check this out because it might be a deal breaker for some of us. The products itself is amazing! It melts away make-up, it doesn’t dry out the skin, the fragrance is lovely and I think that is worth the pricetag . If you believe that it is to expensive to use as a make-up remover I would recommend you to use it to double cleanse. The ingredients are good so its nice to massage with. Just use a cheaper cleanser to remove your make-up and follow up with the Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm.
I have already finished my first pot and I need to buy a new one asap! Emma Hardie is not available in the Netherlands (yet) I bought mine on Feel Unique.