I have the beautiful Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm today, I tried it for the first time a couple of years ago although I hadn’t reviewed it for the blog.
I had forgotten quite what a gorgeous cleanser this is, so soft and unctuous and the fragrance is amazing, a real sensorial treat that makes cleansing a joy. The base is Grapeseed Oil and Sweet Almond Oil that really takes taking off makeup easy as it cuts through grease quickly. Moringa is an extract that is used in India for purifying water, Wild Sea Fennel and Vitamin E help balance your skin, my skin is always left feeling so soft and comfortable. I use about a 10 pence piece size for my face and neck so try (if you can!) to not use too much or you will waste the product.
Emma Hardie is a remarkable lady, she created her range after falling ill with an debilitating illness which made her look at products she was using and overhauled her lifestyle. She trained as a beauty therapist and is renowned for being a facialist who created her own unique facial techniques in her facials.
Moringa Cleansing Balm is a very versatile product, I’ve used it as a mask, an overnight facial oil/balm when my skin has been dry. I went away with a friend a while ago and I only took Moringa Balm for my evening skincare routine. We arrived at our hotel very late so all I did was cleanse and then pop Moringa Balm back on as my night treatment.
A fabulous cleanser which is available for £38.00 for 100ml pot, so it is a premium product, it’s not an every day cleanser for me. I usually get the smaller 50ml pots online for about £18 and that will last me many months so I can afford to have a bit of luxury now and again. You can buy it direct from http://www.emmahardie.com and Marks and Spencer.
Till next time,