Tuesday, 26 March 2013

RMK Cleansing Balm

Hello lovelies!
I hope you all had a great weekend! For me, I had too much to drink on Saturday and was subsequently hungover all day on Sunday. Classy! Apart from that, I didn't really do much. I cannot wait to pass my driving test so I can take my daughter out somewhere special at the weekend. There is literally nowhere to go (with the exception of a swingpark) where I live. Boo.

Anyway, enough rambing from me. Today I'm bringing you a quick review of a product I received in March's Birchbox, which I have quickly fallen head over heels for. RMK is a Japanese make-up & skincare brand which has been around since 1997. You cannot buy their products from the official website, but you can find it on places like beautybay.com. I will be absolutely gutted when this runs out, because it generally retails for £29! Ouch.

I take a pea-sized amount of the balm, apply to the face and then emulsify with water. The balm has a lovely calming, rose scent which I love. It is non-greasy feeling and turns a white colour when you are massaging it in. After my first use, I instantly liked what I was seeing. My skin looked smoother, more radiant and it seemed to have a kind of visual blur effect. After cleansing, I apply my Body Shop Vitamin E cream and my skin feels lovely and soft! I would highly recommend this product and will be purchasing a full-size once I run out of this one.

Have you tried this product? Which cleanser do you use?
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  1. i might try this out! I use the L'Oreal 15 second cleanser, it's new and i love it, but want to try the clinique balm next!!


    1. It's really fab :) I think I will go back to my Philosophy cleanser after this though. It's so expensive


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