Review: Burt’s Bees Cleansing Oil Balm
My review on the Burt’s Bees Cleansing Oil Balm. 🙂
About Burt’s Bees Cleansing Oil Balm:
- With Antioxidant-Rich Green Tea
- Melts away makeup and detoxifies to reveal supple, glowing skin
- Ingredients from nature
- No animal testing
- Responsible sourcing
This cleansing balm comes in a 3 oz jar. The balm is similar to the coloring of the packaging. A greenish hue (see photo below). It has an herbal scent to it. The balm is soft to touch. I thought it would melt fully in my palm, but it didn’t. There were tiny little chunks where I had to rub them a little more to melt. This one is on the balmy and oily side (it says cleansing oil balm on the container). It removes my foundation, eyeliner, eyeshadow, but I had some trouble removing my mascara with this cleansing balm, which is surprising. It doesn’t melt the mascara right off. That was disappointing because mascara is the most difficult makeup to remove (to me). I love cleansing balms, but this one isn’t for me. I won’t purchase it again.
This is what it looks like. Mine had bubbles in it that I couldn’t resist poking at. They left holes behind, lol. I was expecting more of a softer appearance to the balm.
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The Ordinary Niacinamide Zinc Serum
I decided to bring back The Oridnary Niacinamide 10% Zinc 1% High Strength-Vitamin + Mineral Blemish Formula, since my skin is clear. So what made me think about reintroducing it back into my skin care routine? Trying it out again? I keep on hearing stories on how awesome this serum is over and over again. I wanted to see if it’ll work or not this time around.
This is what I’m going to do.
I’m not going to use it every single day in the morning and at night. I’m going to use it only at night AND on nights that I dermaroll. Last night, I did dermaroll and applied the serum to my skin. I didn’t notice any breakouts in the morning. I really hope this works out. It’ll only be used 1-2 times a week.
This is the only The Ordinary skin care product I will give a second chance. I will so not give The Ordinary Azelaic Acid Suspension 10% another chance. That product was just not good for my skin.
Other posts on The Oridnary Niacinamide Zinc:
The Ordinary Niacinamide 10% Zinc 1% Serum, Day 1
The Ordinary Skin Products Did Not Work for Me + Reviews
More posts on my skin care routine:
My Skin Care Routine for Acne Skin
I’m giving up on Differin.
Is Dairy Ruining my Skin?
BP Journey: Day 1 Results
BP Journey: Day 3 Results
BP Journey: 1 Week Results
BP Journey: Week 2 Results
My No Makeup Experience
I cleared my skin in 3 weeks!
My BP & AHA Skin Care Products are here!
BP Journey: 1 Month Results
BP Journey: 1 Month + 1 Week Results
BP Journey: 1 Month + 2 Weeks
Update: My Skin Care Routine
Clear Skin Journey: 1 Month + 3 Weeks Results
Clear Skin Journey: 2 Months Results!!
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