I am a cleansing balm freak. Nothing beats a good quality balm to cleanse, massage and pamper the skin. I picked this one up whilst I was in Boots, trailing the skincare aisles. Plus it was the last one, so it had to be mine. I know all you cleansing freaks like me will love this, so here is my review.

The balm comes in a nice hand sized plastic pot. It's nice and sturdy with simple white packaging. Great for travel
Price - £8.99 for 65ml
Texture - Smooth, oily, medium balm
Finish - Beautiful, cleansed, glowing skin

What they say
This organic deep-cleansing balm contains a luxurious blend of Shea Butter, Rosehip and Jojoba Oil to leave skin smooth and beautifully clean. 

Key ingredients
Rosehip - Rich in essential fatty acids, nourishes and re-hydrates
Shea Butter - Intensely moisturising
Jojoba Oil - Anti- microbial and prevents breakouts

What is it
This is a beautiful cleansing balm, not too thick (Lush Ultrabland) or too thin and oily (TBS Camomile Cleansing Butter). It cleanses the skin whilst leaving it glowy, bright and smooth. It's great for a facial massage and it has just enough slip. Suitable for all skin types. 

(balm stage)

(oily stage)

How I use it
I take a 10p size amount and massage it across my face and neck. I use it as a morning or second evening cleanse. I don't use it for makeup removal but you could if you wanted too. It removes any dirt, impurities, and daily grime. After using it my skin is radiant, polished and beautifully soft. 

- Affordable
- A little goes a long way
- Smooth and buttery
- Non offensive scent
- Cleanses and hydrates

- None

I'm so glad I purchased this product. I've used it quite a lot, especially in the evening. I wouldn't say its a dupe for the Emma Hardie cleansing balm, but it is an alternative. If you're looking for a high street/affordable option for an amazing cleansing balm, this could be perfect for you. I highly recommend giving this a go. Thank you for reading!