[unpaid/sample/affiliate/prior ad] Everywhere I’m looking, stockist wise, is out of stock of this cleansing balm, but I’ve managed to find minis of it which might suit you better as a budget try-before-you-commit.
Having tried this ultra-melty balm, I can quite see why it’s selling like hot cakes – texturally, it’s (honestly) not dissimilar to Sisley Triple Oil Balm (same colours too). I’m not taking too much notice of the ceramides and peptides – it’s just not on the skin long enough to have any tangible benefits as far as those ingredients are concerned but the lightness of the balm makes it an absolute pleasure to use.
The only thing I’d caveat is that I got a bit of product ‘blur’ from using it to take off mascara – which it did do perfectly – next time I’d give my eyes a wipe around with micellar or similar just to take off some of the oil. e.l.f. Holy Hydration Makeup Melting Cleansing Balm goes melty from first contact – it’s almost a milky oil by the end of massaging it around without the usual balm-to-milk disappointment. My skin felt both cleansed and still supple after using it. The full size is smaller than your average cleansing balm size at 56.5g (Sisley is 150g, Emma Hardie 100g). e.l.f. Holy Hydration Makeup Melting Cleansing Balm is £10 – the smaller sizes, the only available stock, are £5 HERE. If you’ve got a holiday on the cards, it’s perfect for travel.
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