[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] If you are in the mood for a proper treat, the last time I felt a balm texture like the L’Occitane Immortelle Divine Cleansing Balm was with Sisley at £96 per pot. Yikes – lovely, but I cannot. This one is that next level melty – soft and almost liquid on the skin.

L’Occitane Immortelle Divine Cleansing Balm

It is, in fact, a balm to oil formula which gives it this near fluffiness in the pot and then the liquidity on the skin. It’s both a make up remover and a skin cleanser – oh, I forgot – it’s also a nourishing face mask! You can use it once a week or so for a good old skin drench. The Immortelle range does very well for L’Occitane – it certainly draws you in because it looks so vibrant but if your skin lacks suppleness or is tight, it’s for you.

L’Occitane Immortelle Divine Cleansing Balm

Look at that, barely holding itself upright on the spoon! Yum. Some things are more of a pleasure to test than others and this balm was a delight – it did exactly what I hoped it would and left a film of softening hydration behind it as well as completely cleaning my skin. I see on the ingredient that it contains perfume but I really can’t smell anything much from this – maybe just a kind of oily aroma but nothing identifiable. This is a recommend from me if you like a balm cleanse – it’s £39 HERE (and qualifies for free delivery). It’s not for you if you prefer a squeaky clean feel on your skin after cleansing.


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