I’m sure many of you are familiar with the micellar water solutions. They took beauty industry by storm a few years ago, and today almost every beauty brand on the market offers their own version of it.
I’ve decided to introduce cleansing balms into my daily routine as an alternative to the milk cleansers and micellar waters I normally use. As I’ve never used them before, I’ve done a bit of research – Emma Hardie and Eve Lom cleansing balms stood out as the ones that everyone loved. Since there is quite a big difference in price – Eve Lom costs £55/100ml while Emma Hardie is £38 (it comes with a face cloth), plus the Emma Hardie one is based on natural ingredients – I’ve decided to try the latter.
Kiehls.co.uk lists following as key ingredients:
Aloe Vera, a compound extracted from the South African Aloe plant. With over 300 species, Aloe has been used for its medicinal and skin care benefits for over three thousand years. Historically, it is known to soften, soothe and comfort skin.