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Emma Hardie – Amazing Face Moringa Cleansing Balm Review

“Perfectly balanced daily cleansing for skin that craves clean”

– Thoroughly cleanses and moisturises the skin.
– Helps to purify and minimises the appearance of open pores.
– Calming for sensitive skin
– Revitalising for dull and mature skins.
– Can be used as a rescue balm, i.e. on dry elbows or knees, or as a lip balm.
– Doubles as a soothing mask if left on the skin for ten minutes

Key Ingredients and what they do:
– Moringa seed extract, Wild Sea Fennel and Vitamin E:Balance, purify and help to minimise the appearance of open pores
– Orange, Neroli and Mandarin extracts: Rejuvenates and revitalises the skin.
– Jasmine, Cedarwood and Rose: Helps to recondition dull, dry, dehydrated and mature skins

I ADORE this cleanser. Not only is the smell wonderful, but it’s ability to leave my skin smooth, soft and feeling clean is better than anything I’ve used before. I seem to have a weird skin type – it’s slightly oily and a bit dry in places. I also have sensitive skin and suffer a little redness. Mad, right? Since May this year, I have suffered with what my Doctor has described as a ‘Hormonal Imbalance’. As a result, I’ve been suffering with adult acne, & for those of you reading this or also suffer with it, will know how it can completely destroy your confidence and leave you anxious and miserable. It seems that my skin is slightly improving, since I changed to Dianette, but my main issue now is scarring and a bit of dryness. This product not only helps me relax with it’s sensual fragrance, but it doesn’t dry my skin out AT ALL, and it’s only cleanser to not ever do this.

When you apply a few drops of water, it turns into more of a milk and rubbing it gently over your face feels like you’re bathing yourself in silk! I close my eyes and massage my skin for a few minutes and it’s so therapeutic. I feel like I’m getting a good clean, too, which is of course the main objective. It’s PERFECT for the colder months. It doesn’t strip your skin of oil, nor does it cause your skin to overproduce it. I sometimes use it as a mask, applying it all over my face and leave it on for 10 minutes. I can’t begin to say how soft my skin is after, it’s so so nice! It doesn’t make my skin red, it DOES remove ALL make-up and it is genuinely an all-round lovely experience. I use it both morning and night, and sometimes I wash with it twice. I like to make sure I get a thorough clean and remove all make-up, but the good thing is it’s not harsh enough to over-clean.

You almost don’t need to moisturise after using it, or tone, especially if you have normal type skin. But I like to tone with a revitalising spritz (usually from my Caudalie Beauty Elixir), and then follow up with a moisturiser. Using one in the winter months is key to keeping your skin hydrated and soft. Central Heating and the ever-changing weather can have adverse effects on your skin, so it’s vital to use a product that protects you. I’ve started using Decleor Hydra Floral ‘Flower Nectar’ Moisturising Cream, which I’ll do a full review on soon, is another phenomenal product that gives my skin a perfect soft and hydrated finish. I can’t recommend both enough.

Get the Emma Hardie Amazing Face Natural Lift and Sculpt Moringa Cleansing Balm from Feel Unique HERE for £27.20!


  1. I’ve just found your blog through reading your CV (I’m a recruiter, not a weirdo) and im so glad to have found someone who has experienced/is experieincing adult acne. I have tried in VAIN to find something to calm it down, the only things that are working for me so far are Skinetica (an acne cure that actually does what it says) and Sudocrem. Avoid everything with salycyclic acid in as it is a skin ruiner! I’m going to buy this cleanser though from your review 🙂

    • Hey! Thanks so much for the comment 🙂 I completely agree, salicylic acid is awful! It completely dries out my skin and makes it very red! I use natural tea tree oil instead. I also limit my dairy/milk intake now and that’s helped loads too! You’ll love Emma Hardie, it’s a miracle worker! 😀

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