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(049) Emma Hardie Amazing Face Moringa Foaming Cleanser



When it comes to cleansers I tend to stick to what I know in the last few years I have religiously used Eve Lom's cleanser which is a rich balm style cleanser and if I'm feeling lazy and want minimal fuss I tend to use Shu Uemura's oil cleanser. I find these two are amazing at removing my make up, keeping my skin clean and even though they can be quite pricey they are really long lasting. 

It was only when a friend of mine suggested I tried the Emma Hardie Amazing Face Moringa Foaming Cleanser that I fell in love with cleansing all over again. This product is so easy to use as it's a foaming cleanser and it leaves my face feeling refreshed, clean and make up free. I find it doesn't exfoliate my skin as much as a balm cleanser but the pumpkin enzymes help gently exfoliate the skin. Moringa is one of the key ingredients in all of the Emma Hardie range. This cleanser is perfect for people who have sensitive skin as jasmine and rose essential oils are really calming and relaxing on the skin. The smell is also really fresh from neroli, bergamot and sweet orange. 

I am really loving this right now and think it's just what my skin needed. It's good to switch your routine up every now and then so your skin doesn't get too used to certain products. 

Have any of you tried this? Or tried anything from the Emma Hardie range? It's available HERE you guys should check it out! I am loving it right now!

What do you guys use to cleanse?

Lots of Love



  1. Heya Zara! Looks good. I've been using Origins Never a Dull Moment and I love it. Have you reviewed any Origins products?

  2. I've been using Estee Lauder's Splash Away Foaming cleaser for a good five years straight! I'm not a huge Estee Lauder fan but this cleanser is SO amazing. It removes every bit of makeup (even Revlon Colorstay) beautifully.

  3. I'm a big fan of cleansers that take off eye makeup too as it makes my bedtime routine SO much easier. Emma Hardie skincare has won loads of awards so I'm sure the products are really good

  4. Dr. Hauschka's cleansing milk in the winter time is a must :-)


  5. If you like a balm cleanser try the Emma Hardie Moringa Balm, it's gorgeous - I stopped using it as I found the whole balm process a bit of a faff but it worked wonders for my skin!


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