Review: No7 Beautiful Skin Cleansing Balm for Dry/Very Dry Skin

There was once a time when, before going to bed, I would just wipe off my make-up with a make-up removing wipe, splash my face with a bit of warm water then hop into bed and dream about my teeth falling out and Harry Styles.
Luckily lately I've gotten a bit better when it comes to my skincare. I alternate between using make-up wipes and make-up removing creams and now at bedtimes I use this little beauty, No7's Beautiful Skin Cleansing Balm for Dry/Very Dry Skin.

Now I have to say before I start the review, I don't actually have dry skin. I have quite oily skin but I have dry skin in certain areas so I decided to choose this over the No7 Foaming Cleanser for Normal/Oily Skin.

First off, it comes in a big 150ml bottle so it will last for quite a while, especially as a little goes a long way with this product. It isn't really like a balm; this cleansing balm is thicker and creamier than one of those so it has the consistency of a thick moisturizer. This product does remove make-up but I like to remove it first with a wipe then use this cleanser to remove the excess. The way I chose to use it was by rubbing a 10p sized amount into my hands then rubbing this gently into my face. Then I get a hot flannel and gently wipe it off, leaving my skin feeling refreshed and lovely and soft.

Overall I utterly love this cleansing balm. It's very gentle on the skin, removes any excess make-up and leaves the skin feeling lovely and soft without making it feel uncomfortably tight. I really recommend this cleansing balm, even if you don't have dry skin it is still a wonderful cleanser and does the job well!

1 comment

  1. Aw this looks so good! Expensive but you can never go wrong with Clinique, I've got oily skin and had trouble with it for years but it's finally clearing up. Also Angels on Bare Skin by Lush is amazing for making skin lovely and soft!

    Lucy:)
    www.vodkaandtealeves.blogspot.co.uk

    xxx

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