Wednesday, 20 March 2013

Emma Hardie Cleansing Balm

Natural Lift and Sculpt Moringa Cleansing Balm

Unless you have been hibernating through winter you will have seen this cleanser working its way around the bloggersphere, I’ve mentioned this product in a few of my recent posts but it’s about time it got its own little moment in the spotlight.

For the past year Liz Earle and Avene have been my most reached for cleansers but with the hype surrounding the Emma Hardie Amazing Face Natural Lift and Sculpt Moringa Cleansing Balm (phew, yes that’s its full name!) I had to grab a pot for myself.

The balm is infused with Botanical extracts of Moringa seeds, Wild Sea Fennel and Vitamin E which balance and purify the skin, it also helps to reduce the appearance of pores and revitalise dehydrated skin, fabulous.
As I have combination /oily skin I was a bit apprehensive about using a balm cleanser but it turns out it was exactly what my skin was craving.

To apply you use a small amount in the palm of your hand and mix with a few drops of water, this is supposed to create a ‘milk’ that you apply all over your face. I think the word ‘milk’ is a bit confusing, it doesn’t turn creamy like the Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish formula, there was no foaming or lathering it’s just the balm turning into an oily consistency. The balm sinks into your skin then you remove it with a flannel or muslin cloth. Sometimes I like to keep the cleanser on for a few minutes extra if I feel like my skin needs a bit more hydration or if I have been wearing heavier make up. This will remove every scrap of makeup.

Since using this every night I have noticed massive changes is my skin, I love how soft my skin feels and my oil is definitely more balanced. My chin is usually prone to blemishes but they have completely disappeared and I just think that my skin just feels and looks better in general.

You can purchase the Emma Hardie Amazing Face Natural Lift and Sculpt Moringa Cleansing Balm from Feel Unique for £34.00, I can almost hear you gasping at the price but honestly it is so worth it and wish I had taken the plunge a long time ago. Sorry Liz Earle, There’s a new ‘Holy Grail’ in Town.

Have you tried this? Have you seen any benefits to your skin?


  1. I haven't tried this as it contains some of my allergens, but I do like a balm cleansers and have a couple of favourites :)

  2. Ooh I'm desperate to get my mitts on this, I just wish it wasn't so pricey! Great to hear its controlled your oil too, I get an oily t-zone so thats good to know! Great review :) x x x.

  3. I've seen this on a few blogs and want it so much! I was going to try liz Earle cleanse and polish first though cos I can't really afford this :( maybe next time xx

  4. I love this too. I was wary as I've THE most oily acne prone skin even though I'm 30 but this has helped it so much. I think using harsh cleansers were making my skin oilier :)

  5. I so wanted to love this but I just don't think it's particularly effective at cleansing my skin :( x


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