Welcome back for another installment of the Summer Skincare Series. Today I am going to tell you about Neal’s Yard Remedies Wild Rose Beauty Balm. This is the 10th Anniversary Edition that I am showing you today. It comes in a 1.76 fl oz pot with a muslin cloth to aide in the cleansing process. The packing is just “ooo la la”, right? Don’t confuse this product with a BB cream because the BB in those stand for beauty balms. This is more of a cleansing balm that makes you beautiful! <3
This is a 3-in-1 skincare product. This award-winning Wild Rose Beauty Balm can be used as a rich cleanser, gentle exfoliant or deeply nourishing balm – to quench areas of dry or dehydrated skin. This cleansing balm includes wild rose hip oil (a potent antioxidant proven to help repair, firm and smooth the skin), geranium, starflower, hemp and rosemary oil, to help decongest and enrich the skin while restoring its natural radiance.
The scent in this is beautiful. You can definitely tell that it is 99% organic because it smells fresh and inviting. The first note I smell is lightly floral then mixing in some of the Rosemary and Frankincense. It is almost something I would wear in a fragrance. There are no synthetic fragrances or colors as well as no silicones.
I have been using the Neal’s Yard Remedies Wild Rose Beauty Balm in my beauty routine for about 3 weeks now and I can say that I absolutely love it for my evening showers. I rub this into my face to remove all traces of makeup and then the organic muslin cloth to help remove it. It really does a great job at exfoliating my skin and leaving it so smooth. The natural oils in the cleanser have already sank into my skin so it stays supple and soft. I think that this will be an all around great product for any skin type, and a fun change from your traditional foaming, soap cleansers. It acts a lot like a cleansing oil, but it is even more replenishing.
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