Review – Moringa Cleansing Balm

Hi everyone!

I’ve previously talked about the benefits of oil cleansing, and now it’s part of my regular routine. I even oil cleanse my brushes!

When I went on my trip to Europe last month, I decided against bringing my DHC Cleansing Oil because it comes in a pump container, and there was no way to lock it to make sure it wouldn’t spill. I went online to find a more travel-friendly oil cleanser, and after much deliberation I settled on the E Nature Moringa Cleansing Balm. It comes in a container with a lid so I knew it wouldn’t spill in my luggage.


The balm is indeed, a balm, and it has a pretty thick texture, almost like sherbet.


When I first tried the cleansing balm, I didn’t really like it. I also felt like it was breaking me out. However, after using it a couple more times, I realized there are a couple of tricks to make it work.

  1. Make sure to really rub in this cleansing balm. Because it’s a balm, it’s much thicker than an oil, so you need to rub a little harder to get it to really break down your makeup, and you may also need to leave it on your face for a little bit longer before wiping it off.
  2. After you wipe off the cleansing balm, you should follow with your regular face cleanser. Make sure that you really get every speck off the balm off of your face. I think I was breaking out because my skin wasn’t used to such a heavy oil.

Overall, I like this balm a lot more than I did in the beginning, but my DHC Cleansing Oil is still my favorite.

Would you try this cleansing balm? Comment below!




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