11/08/2015

Skincare | Emma Hardie

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Emma Hardie moringa balm and facial oil

I mentioned yesterday that I'm on a bit of a skincare hype at the moment. I’d heard the name ‘Caroline Hirons’ being batted around the blogosphere for a while but had never actually ventured onto her blog…when I finally had a look I was hooked immediately! I've read so many of her blog posts and watched most of her videos over the past few weeks and have put a skincare wishlist together – some of which I will be publishing as categorised wishlists here on itsneecola (the first went up yesterday, click here to have a look!). I knew the first things I had to add to my regime were a good quality cleansing balm and an oil or serum. After trying plenty of products when I was last in Marks and Spencer I opted for Emma Hardie, which I ordered online using a very handy discount code I had (ah the benefits of having a boyfriend who works at M&S!).

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itsneecola Emma Hardie moringa balm skincare bblogger beauty blog cleanser muslin cloth

Amazing Face Moringa Cleansing Balm, £38 – the first thing that needs to be addressed about this product is the smell. If you get a chance, go and ‘swatch’ (can we use that word for skincare?!) this balm and then you’ll be able to understand what I’m talking about. The only way I can think to describe this is that it feels and smells very luxurious and spa-like. I have had facials in the past but haven’t for years now but whenever I use this I feel like I am having an at-home facial. I apply this all over my face and wipe off with a flannel, using it as my second cleanse every evening and sometimes as my morning cleanser.

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itsneecola Emma Hardie moringa balm skincare bblogger beauty blog cleanser facial oil

Brilliance Facial Oil, £31 – I was initially going to buy a REN serum but decided to pick up the pricier option while I had such a good discount to hand. I tend to use this in my evening skincare routine as I have another oil that I use in the mornings (review coming soon, if I can sort the photos out!). I can’t say I have used this enough to rave about it just yet but it is fantastic and feels very luxurious on the skin, particularly in the evenings when I can leave it to sink in without piling makeup on top.

Have you tried any products from Emma Hardie? What are your must-have cleansing balms and face oils?

Don't forget that this week I am posting every day until Saturday to make up for things being a tad quiet around here recently! Tomorrow's post is going to be the first in a series of 'Affordable Makeup Starter Kit' posts which is exciting, so make sure you check back at 6pm to have a read.

Nicola x
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