After waiting and waiting, and waiting some more, this cleanser recently made it's way into my collection. It was part of my first ever purchase from SpaceNK, which felt good! Trying it out for a couple of weeks has been a pleasure, so here is my review of the Emma Hardie Cleansing Balm.

I love that this comes in a pot, it's bulky and luxurious. Not great for travel, but I would always make space for it because it's my main cleanser.
Price - £38 for 100ml
Texture - Soft, thick balm
Finish - Radiant, clean, soft skin

What they say
A balanced daily cleanser that thoroughly cleanses and moisturises and can calm sensitive skin and revitalise dull and mature skins.

Key Ingredients
Grape seed oil and Sweet almond oil -  rich in essential fatty acids.
Moringa seeds - full of antioxidants.

What is it
This is a luxurious cleansing balm, suitable for makeup removal or as a 'skin' cleanser. Cleanses efficiently without stripping the skin. Leave the skin feeling beautifully soft and looking radiant. Suitable for all skin types.

How I use it
I use this as a 'skin' cleanser, because it feels so amazing on my skin, I prefer using something else to remove makeup. I use it in the evening to nourish my skin. I take a 20p size amount for all over the face and really massage it in. I take it off with a hot flannel in the oily stage, you can add a bit of water to emulsify. Every single use, my skin looks perfect afterwards.

- Cleanses effectively
- Nourishes and hydrates
- Suitable for all skin types
- Gentle, aromatic scent

- None

This to me was completely worth the wait. It is my first balm cleanser and it did not disappoint. It's such a universal product, and will benefit everyone. You can also use it to a facial massage, because it has enough grip, as long as you don't use too much. I will always have one in my collection now, as I couldn't imagine my routine without it. This review was quite to the point, but there isn't much to say, other than this is an amazing product! Thank you for reading.