25 July 2015

Clinique Take The Day Off Cleansing Balm

I am a huge fan of the cleansing balms for the removal of make up, i love the kind of products that kind of melt into the skin to get rid of every last trace of make up. This Clinique one is my current choice but don't get me wrong, i get lazy and use the dreaded face wipes sometimes - just don't tell Caroline Hirons. There are a few other products that i use, including the Emma Hardie Cleansing Balm and the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish, but this is my most consistent product.

Although it's a balm it's not too hard, and becomes more pliable at the warmth of your fingers and even more so when rubbed between your hands before being applied onto a warm, slightly damp face. It'll continue to melt when being rubbed into the skin, and glides all over the face. I personally use a finger full all over the face and then another finger for the eyes, as that's where the concentration of my make up is. Simply rub this, in circulation motions, all over the face and then on the eyes and gently on the lashes, and there's no need for any tugging and no damage to the lashes or skin.

I sometimes go for a second round over the eyes and lashes just to make sure there's nothing left, but this really does get off every last inch of make up. I also love how easy it is to remove too, just by using a warm, damp flannel to wipe away all of the balm and the make up.

Honestly, this is such an easy way to remove your make up even when you have no time. If you're a rookie when it comes to make up removal, then this is a good place to start. It's gentle, it's not too pricey and it gets rid of everything.


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