The Beauty Pie Plantastic Apricot Butter Cleansing Balm is one product I have always wanted to try since I started my BP challenge! This balm was always sold out and I was able to finally get my hands on it later this year. This post will be a full review of the ever hyped cleansing balm- is it worth it?
This cleansing balm is formulated with rose seed oil, Vitamin E and apricot butter, it promises to remove all traces of makeup and leave the skin feeling clean and moisturised.
I started using this cleansing balm after my SR Blue Moon balm was not working out for me. The texture of this balm is literally like butter! It’s so soft and melts so easy into the palms and on the skin. It has a very pleasant scent and I have experienced no irritation with it. The balm comes with a small scoop and a muslin cloth
The Apricot Cleansing balm melts so easily into an oil when massaged onto the skin. I find the balm very effective and removes all traces of makeup including liquid lipsticks and mascara. This balm rinses off well, I won’t say it rinses off particularly clean as I do feel some residue but it’s not oily or greasy, my skin feels moisturised after rinsing. I do however prefer to remove the balm with my Primark makeup remover cloth and together ALL traces of makeup come off! I’m not a huge fan of muslin cloths so I think I threw the paired one away after the first use lol
A little goes a long way with this balm although I am almost certain I use a lot each time! The balm has enough ‘slip’ so I really enjoy also using it for a mini facial massage when removing my makeup. Usually, I also throw out the mini scoops in cleansing balms but I am really enjoying using the scoop with this balm. Can we talk packaging? The balm is housed in a luxe heavy glass tub so it really gives this product a luxurious high end feel. Plus you get a huge 100ml which will last a while! This is my first cleanse in the evenings, followed by the Murad AHA/BHA Cleanser
I fell in love with the balm from first use and it’s easy to see why it’s always sold out! At the member’s price of £12.10, it’s well worth the hype and every penny! It’s an effective cleansing balm which removes all traces of makeup leaving the skin moisturised. I prefer to remove it with a cloth rather than rinse off. Definitely something I would recommend if you love cleansing balms and something I will be repurchasing in my next BP haul ( btw I haven’t done a haul in a while because I am saving up for a nice Christmas splurge! the haul will come soon.)
Beauty Pie Plantastic Apricot Butter Cleansing Balm is £12.10 for members and £50 for non-members on BeautyPie
For more info on BP, check out my BP challenge post
If you are a BP member have you tried this? Do you like this?