Wednesday, 12 December 2012

Emma Hardie. The Bandwagon.

I bloody love a good bandwagon. This is no exception. If you know me personally you will know I am a skincare whore. I swap and change my skincare like my knickers always in search of perfect, Chelsea girl skin. Clean, fresh and blemish free (as humanly possible). Over the years I've accepted I am one oily skinned gal and there's nothing I can do about that, I can however be as nice as possible to my skin.

From being young I have always drilled it into my head I needed the most chemically filled cleanser ever, that would literally burn off my skin. Not good or chic. Yet, now I am more turned on by the more gentle, natural ingredients. Recently, I have dabbled with cleansing balms such as Eve Lom, the cult buy. After the amazingly hyped sales pitch and wallet wincing £40 that I handed over, I was left a little deflated once I found out I was basically shoving Vaseline all over my face. NICE. Mineral oils and parabens are not ok, I had the gigantic zits to prove it, READ THE LABEL.

This is where I turned to another lovely lady, Emma Hardie. Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm. A botanical cleansing balm that promises to completely remove make up, leaving the face feeling beautifully clean, balanced and radiant. I'm sold. In a nutshell, this product contains no nasties but is so effective. The main ingredients are Sea Fennel and Vitamin E which purify and minimize pores whilst calming and hydrating the skin with Rose and Jasmine extracts.  It smells beautiful, feels gorgeous and the results are fantastic. I think I even got a compliment off the boy about my skin?! Result! For £34 you get a generous 100ml and you can definitely buy it cheaper on various sites like Feel Unique. In the evening I use a tiny bit on my dry face then massage it with wet hands, rinse with muslin cloth or flannel and repeat. I then do the exact same in the morning but just once. I've noticed those pesky whiteheads are now a rarity and are on a lot smaller scale.
This cleanser for me is just a tub of joy and happiness and will be firmly a bathroom staple for a good while yet. Emma Hardie, you're a legend.

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