Emma Hardie Amazing Face Cleansing Balm Review*

January 07, 2015

Usually I'm a tiny bit skeptical about high end skin care products, surely there can't be £10 difference between cleansers right?
But Emma Hardie has decidedly changed my mind with this Moringa Cleansing Balm. 

The product itself comes in a pale gold pot which looks lovely. Included in the box is a cleansing cloth with one muslin side and one flannel side. 
The balm itself smells of jasmine and citrus from the natural oils in it (something I think makes a great skin product even better).


To use the product you take a bit (about a 5p pence size, I find one swipe of fingers is enough) into your palm and rub with a splash of water to create a cream. Then massage onto your face for a few minutes and use the cleansing cloth to rinse off. 
One of the things I really love about this product is the multi functionality it has. If you want a deeper clean or something to really brighten up the skin you can use it as a longer treatment.

In the past all the cleansers I've used have dried my skin up and left it slightly irritated. However this cleansing balm lets me use the muslin cloth to scrub clean without any irriation and my skin feels softer after cleansing and removing dead skin which is very rare for me. Instead of leaving skin desperate for my moisturiser which is what I'm used to after cleansing my skin feels much more taken care of.

While using this I haven't really needed to exfoliate either due to the provided muslin cloth, which means you can use one product as a cleanser, mask and exfoliator.

Which brings me onto the price. For a tub of 100ml it will put you back £36, which includes the really lovely cloth in the box. However you can buy bundles and end up saving a lot. This is admittedly a high end cleanser with the same price tag but the tub lasts a very long time and the difference to my skin is amazing. If you're looking for a do-all product that will drastically improve the appearance and feel of your skin then take a peek for more info at the Emma Hardie website.

Since using the product my skin has been a lot less blemished and smoother, I've even managed to skip foundation many days as my skin simply doesn't need it.

*Given to me for reviewing purposes by Clare Forde PR




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9 comentarios

  1. I always shy away from more expensive skin care items, but this looks very tempting...x

    Isabella Hope

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    1. I'm exactly the same! But this might have changed my mind as it has massively changed my skin for the better :) let me know what you think if you try it! :)

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  2. Love the look of this - I don't mind spending a bit more if it's going to be a quality product and lasts a good time. x

    gillmclaughlin.blogspot.com

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    1. It is a lovely product, I usually don't bother with high end skincare but this lasts forever and is so much better than my normal face wash!

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  3. I've had my eye on this for such a long time now and after reading this I may have to take the plunge - thank you!

    Bethan | Thought from Beth x

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    1. You should definitely go for it! Such a lovely cleanser :) Let me know if you try it out and tell me what you think :)

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  4. Skincare is something I don't have a problem spending money on - but it is always scary to invest in a brand for the first time when you're never tried any of their products before (but you have to start somewhere, right?). I've been wanting to test out some of EH products for a while now. :-)


    Beauty Isles | An Island Girl's Beauty and Lifestyle Blog

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    1. Yeah I agree, I do think EH is a good brand to invest in though if you're looking for a new high-end brand :)

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  5. I haven't tried anything by Emma Hardie before but this balm is meant to be amazing: it's not the cheapest but like you said you only need a little bit so it will last you a long time

    Laura x

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