Do Cleansing Balms actually work?

I know it’s been a minute and I haven’t been posting weekly like I promised, I’m sorry work got a little crazy…(still I know not an excuse). But I was also reviewing a new product and giving it a week trial before I decided to post about it. I’m not sure about everyone else, but my nighttime skincare routine involves plenty of steps. The first and most important one always being to remove my makeup and any build-up that has accumulated on my skin throughout the day. I would normally use make-up remover wipes (Neutrogena & Burts Bee’s have really good ones) , but for the past week I have decided to give this cleansing balm a try. It is the Sunday Riley Blue Moon Clean Rinse Cleansing Balm. Let me tell you, I am obsessed. Not only does it get rid of all the excess oils and build up from my skin, it leaves my skin feeling extra smooth. So how do I use it? Well, I wash my face first with that, I use it as a pre-cleanse or my step 1. Afterwords I follow with my usual cleanser (Exfolikate daily wash), and then I use my vitamin C serum, Retinol, Moisturizer and finally my eye cream. I can list all the products I am currently using during my night routine. I want to post a video of my night routine as well, and probably link all the products in that video. I would give this product 5 stars, I highly highly recommend it. I linked it above in the text if you want to check it out 🙂

Rating: 5 out of 5.

2 thoughts on “Do Cleansing Balms actually work?

    1. Hi Julia!!! YES!!!!

      Honestly, I didnt always use one, but once I started I noticed a difference in my skin. I wouldn’t break out in my normal break out areas as much, and its smoother. I would highly recommend using one! 🙂


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