Boots Botanics Organic Cleansing Balm Reviews
Product Type: Boots body care
Description:Brand: Boots / Balm / Type: Cleansing Balm / Subcategory: Balm / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / What it does: Cleanses, regenerates / Product line: Boots Botanics
Newest Review: ... waxy/moisturising. - Price and availability I bought this product when it was on offer for around £4 from the Boots ... more
Customer Boots Botanics Organic Cleansing Balm Reviews (6)
by - written on 04/12/13 (Very useful, 29 readings)
Boots Botanics Hot Cloth Cleansing Balm I bought this last year and I have been using it on and off since then. I have only used a few things from the boots botanics skincare ranges, although the couple of items I have tried, I really liked such as the skin relief serum. I also love this cleansing balm - apparently the balm was made with shea butter and the one I have is made with olive oil instead which is a cheaper ingredient but I do like it. - Product description (from Boots.com) "This organic deep-cleansing balm contains a luxurious blend of Shea Butter, Rosehip and Jojoba Oil to leave skin smooth and beautifully clean. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/12 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I wanted a good quality, but cheap cleanser and after hunting high and low in my local Boots for several weeks I found it! Obviously lots of people agree because it was always out of stock! The cleanser is priced around £5 for 70ml which is pretty much an average price for most cleansers - plus the Botanics range is usually on 3 for 2 offer so this can be bought cheaper. The product comes in plain, neat boxed packing - presumably to emphasise the fact its made from 92% organic products. The jar itself is plastic with a metal screw lip - I was a little disappointed with the plastic jar - obviously it is cheaper, but it makes the product ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/06/11 (Very useful, 55 readings)
I had previously tried the foaming cleanser for Oily/Sensitive skin in the Boots Botanics range, and whilst I thought it did it's job well, and seemed to improve the apearance of my skin it was still a little too drying. After reading rave reviews about the cleansing balm I decided to give it a go in the hope that this would leave my skin soft and supple. I have annoying dry, sensitive but very oily skin so finding a decent product that doesn't aggrevate it is no mean feat. At last however I seem to have found it in this little miracle pot. The product itself is certified 92% organic, and comes in a plastic jar with a metal screw top lid contained ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/10/10 (Very useful, 204 readings)
I am one of these people who dart back and forth between cosmetic products, constantly hoping to find the answer. I buy something new, a few weeks later it is stashed away with the others, awaiting the arrival of a new and equally useless product. So in the last few years I have really tried to find products that I can live with, or more to the point, can't live without. And this is without a doubt one of them... I first became aware of a non-foam/gel/cream/soap cleanser when I visited a make-up counter at House of Fraser and was introduced to an oil cleanser, this seemed like an incredible option to me because I have dry/sensitive skin which is usually very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/10 (Very useful, 143 readings)
I've bought lots of products from the Botanics range over the years, most were 'meh', 1 was horrendous and 2 were amazing. This is one of the amazing ones :) I wouldn't say I have particulary sensitive skin but my eyes are a total nightmare, they well up and turn red at the slightest irritation so cleansers have always been very hit and miss for me. Until I found this product the only things I could use to get my eye make up off without losing vision for 20 minutes were Dove soap and Virgin Vie face washes. The only problem with these are that I work in the evening and the last thing I want to do when I come home late at night is stand over the sink ... Read the complete review
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