Emma Hardie The Midas Edit
[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] I had a piece of very good luck last week – just as I had come to the very, very end of my Emma Hardie Moringa cleansing balm the night before, another one arrived along with this gift set. I experiment with lots of different cleansers but this one is always in my bathroom and gets used in between testing. It’s never not a lovely, effective and luxurious cleanse.
The Midas Edit is a very good introduction to the Emma Hardie range and has a complete skin care regime within. I mean, that is a very lovely pamper right there, all the way from cleansing and masking to hydrating and refreshing and I think extremely good value at £35 HERE (other sites have it at £40, and even then I’d say it’s good value as the contents, if bought separately would be around £80). Contents are 30g Moringa Cleansing Balm, Dual Action Cleansing Cloth, Midas Touch Revitalising Cream 30ml, Plump & Glow Hydrating Facial Mist 30ml, Moringa Renewal Treatment Mask 15ml and a Cosmetic Bag.
I would also steer you towards the beautiful Moringa Bath & Shower oil – it’s a sumptuous, body nourishing oil that personally I wouldn’t use in the shower (too sad to watch it run away) with notes of neroli, jasmine, rose, mandarin and sweet orange. That little jasmine hit is the note that takes it to a place that’s a sigh-of-relaxation and you don’t need to be too generous with it for the fragrance to be adequately apparent, so it will eke out for a while. 200ml is £38 HERE.
I’ll give a shout out too to the Moringa Body Scrub – just the good side of scrubby salt; enough to whisk off the old cells that keep your skin from being silky and soft. The fine grain salt is combined with moringa, crambe, blackcurrant and almond oils and has a soft citrus scent. Once you’ve rinsed the scrub away, the oils remain to scent your skin and keep up hydration. It’s really a very lovely thing although at £42, a bit pricy. It’s HERE.
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