Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm

Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm
When it comes to skincare products especially ones that have a huge hype around them you can only imagine my excitement when I got a mini Emma Hardie Cleansing balm for Christmas. After reading numerous amounts of blog posts about this product and the amount of good reviews of it I could not wait to bathe my face in it.

The little Christmas set contained a little 15ml tub of the cleanser and a little muslin cloth to go with it, the perfect amount to let me use it for a week to decide if I'd like to buy the full sized product or not. The first thing I will mention is the muslin cloth. Oh my goodness it is so soft and is the best one I've ever used as you simply rinse it and squeeze any excess water out of it and you can see the makeup running out of it. Of course it needs a wash after a few uses but I definitely can use this one a little longer than other ones I own.

The cleansing balm itself not going to lie left me a little disappointed. Yes it removed my makeup and left my skin feeling pretty refreshed after using it, but honestly it's nothing I haven't tried before. For a quarter of the price tag the Boots Botanics Hot Cloth Cleanser does the exact same job and like I said it's much cheaper. I wouldn't pay for a full size of the Emma Hardie cleanser as personally I just didn't see anything that special about it. 

Have you tried the Emma Hardie Cleanser, what were your thoughts?


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  1. I've never tried this before but that packaging is just stunning *_* I'm so obsessed with facial cleansers and really want to try out balms for the difference in texture so I'll definitely try this one out.

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    Saoirse Sterling at XLeptodactylous

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    1. I definitely agree with you, the packaging is so lovely x

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  2. That is such interesting packaging! I need to try this! xx
    junebugmakeup.blogspot.com

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  3. Such an honest review as always. I usually stick to drugstore cleansers as i find they do just as good a job as some high end ones x
    Emma | Emmys Beauty Cave

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    1. Thank you lovely! :) I 100% agree with you I just don't see the point in splurging when things much cheaper do the exact same job x

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  4. Oh I am so glad I read this - I've always wanted to try this as it's such a hyped product but maybe I won't bother now! xx

    Gemma ♥ | Miss Makeup Magpie

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    1. It's definitely great if you can get it in a small tub to try before splurging, everyone's different though :) Thanks for reading x

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  5. I was really interested in this, was thinking of trying it but actually I've heard a few disappointed reviews so perhaps not. Lovely review- very honest I like that!

    Lowenna x | Lowenna Christine

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    1. Oh phew I'm not the only one :') I've yet to read a negative review and thought I might just be weird that I didn't like it haha x

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  6. I was going to purchase the small 15ml gift size but never got round to it - I'm content with my Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish! Still great review though!

    Lucy | Forever September

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    1. Really wanting to give the Liz Earle one a try, definitely next on my list :) x

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