Friday, 3 January 2014

Empties. Georgia Louise Cleanse & Heal Balm


Upon grabbing this to use as a mask in the bath last night, I found empty no.2 of 2014. Nicely, I had just enough to use it one last time.

The Cleanse & Heal Balm is really a cleanser but my skin was feeling the effects of the heating and the weather so I used it for around 10 minutes as a mask.
Although this says it is for all skin types, it's a really oily balm and for that reason I would go with caution if you are an acne sufferer. If you are dry however, this is bliss.

Inci:
Ingredients: Organic Coconut Butter, Mango Butter, Organic Beeswax, Organic Castor Oil, Organic Apricot Kernel Oil, Passion Fruit Oil, Meadowfoam Seed Oil, Organic Papaya Oil,Vitamin E Oil, Organic Bulgarin Lavender, Organic Ylang Ylang, Organic Chamomile Moroccan

The Cleanse & Heal Duo Balm is £46.00. The one in the picture is old packaging. The links below are to newer versions.

More info on Georgia Louise and the Cleanse & Heal Balm can be found on www.georgialouise.co.uk and it is sold in selected Space NK's and online:  www.spacenk.com

8 comments:

  1. Hi Caroline! Just wondering what the difference is when people say that oils are good, even for acne/oily skin types vs. when something is TOO oily for an acne-prone skin?

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  2. This sounds lovely! Might have to get my hands on it berrie-blogs.blogspot.com xxx

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  3. What is considered an oily balm? I'm acne prone so what ingredients in balms would be considered less oily?

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  4. This sounds bliss for my dehydrated skin :-)), once again Caroline thanks for the heads up.

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  5. Hey Caroline, first of all, completely love your blog, come to it every time I have any kind of question regarding my skin. This one, though, I can't seem to find an answer to: my skin texture is uneven: I have little bumps and holes that, I'm assuming, come from picking on spots while in my teens. It's not at all severe, specially since my freckles disguise it. But is there any way to even out the texture? Thank you for your help and happy new year!

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  6. Love seeing what you have used up, nosy me no x

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  7. That looks like a gorgeous balm...!!! :-)

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