Introducing my Favourite Cleansing Balm on the Market

Let me introduce you to my favourite cleansing balm on the market.

If you are a long time reader of my blog then you will know how much I love skin care and I thought it was time I updated my review of  this absolute gem in my skincare cupboard. I’ve been using this now for about five years and have never once thought or replacing it with another product.

     

Jane Scrivner Nourishing Cleanser£46.00

I am a double cleanse lover, there is nothing better than getting all your make up off with an oil cleanser before using a cream cleanser. The Nourshing Cleanser melts away all of my make-up, even stubborn mascara or eyeliner without irritating your eyes or making you scrub at them. I just apply a little scoop with my fingers as a little goes a long way and gently massage into my skin before washing away ready for the second cleanse.

It’s suitable for all skin types and packed full of amazing ingredients including vitamins A,B,D and E as well Omegas 6 & 9 which help to regenerate skin cells and repair any damaged skin tissue. It’s also non stripping, balances sebum production and has lots of powerful antioxidant properties. I’m not that clued up on the science side but it does cleanse my skin properly without leaving a residue, doesn’t dry my skin out and leaves it feeling plump and nourished. It’s a higher priced product but it’s worth every penny, especially if you are starting to get into anti ageing products. 

Are you more of a balm cleanser or a cream cleanser type?

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