I ordered the Su:m37 Miracle Rose Cleansing Stick on Tuesday night, straight after the trends talk at Pegasus and it was here by Thursday. I got mine from Ebay and paid around £17 for it which I thought was expensive. But, I was expecting something much smaller, so now £17 seems quite reasonable. I have never come across a cleansing balm in stick form – it makes all kinds of sense to have it this way and now I think about it, shaving sticks aren’t anything new or strange and the format reminds me very much of that.
The Su:m37 Miracle Rose Cleansing Stick isn’t quite a balm really – it’s balmy in texture when you first apply it to damp skin, but as you work it in it foams up (again, like a shaving stick). Once you’ve rinsed it away, you get that super-clean skin feeling, so if you don’t like that almost squeaky clean, then it’s probably not for you. It’s a very efficient cleanser – it easily took away my make-up.Su:m37 Miracle Rose Cleansing Stick
The Su:m37 Miracle Rose Cleansing Stick has rose petal pieces in it – I’m not sure that really brings anything to the cleansing party, but it does give the formula a rose scent which is pretty and not overwhelming. It’s quite hard to find exact information on ingredients, other than fermented rose flower (watch fermentation ingredients become a trend, by the way) but has a ‘natural’ and ‘hypoallergenic’ claim on it.
I absolutely love this for its efficiency and format – a quick search on Ebay should ensure that you can get hold of one, but there are 7 left in stock at this Amazon retailer HERE.
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