I've been trying out a whole host of skincare for my skin that has some kind of hormonal pregnancy rage, making me spotty. Annoyingly spotty.
Enter the much blogged about Emma Hardie Moringa Balm.
A delicate balm that cleanses, calms and rejuvinates. It also moonlight's as a mask and a rescue balm for dry elbows, knees, lips etc.
I'm a big fan of luxurious looking packaging. Lured to it like a magpie with a mad glint in it's eye. I know it sounds silly, but I'm also more likely to buy and then reach for daily, a product that looks pretty sat on the shelf.
The Balm melts to the touch and becomes smooth. It feels a little greasy making me apprehensive to slather it onto my unfortunately spotty skin. I did indeed try it though and was pleasantly surprised at the light texture. It didn't feel greasy whilst it got to work melting away makeup. The smell is lovely, a light, natural scent that isn't too strong.
I needed a tiny amount, mixed in my palm with a few drops of warm water. You then use the provided muslin cloth to gently exfoliate.
More effort to use than my usual cleanser that I throw on whilst in the shower but definitley worth the extra care and time.
£34.00 for 100ml from the Emma Hardie website here
Or from Feel Unique for the same price but free delivery here