[productsample/affiliate] Cleansers aimed at oily skins are few and far between compared to the absolute glut of generic or dry skin products available.
Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm has legend status amongst balms but if that is a tad to heavy for your skin type this thoughtfully formulated cleansing gel gives you all the ‘spa’ feel of a balm in terms of slip and fragrance, with none of the weight. It’s not, of course, exclusively for oily types but the lightness of it and the fact that it emulsifies for washing off means you get a thorough cleanse with a purifying element.
Moringa is at the heart of everything for this brand and the gel also contains sweet almond oil, omega 6, vitamin e, sea fennel and moringa seed peptides. It’s built for skin nourishing so make sure that you take your time to work it around your complexion before washing away. My skin isn’t oily, but when I tried this, I didn’t find it stripping or ‘over’ cleansing – it did a very decent clean away of (light) make-up and left my skin soft and ready for moisturiser.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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