Jurlique Balancing Foaming Cleanser

Jurlique Balancing Foaming Cleanser

Removing your eye makeup and washing your face are meant to be two distinct processes, but really, who can be bothered? Especially when you don’t have to be. For the past year or so, Jurlique’s Balancing Foaming Cleanser has been tackling both tasks in my routine. It’s hands down the best cleanser I’ve ever used, and for that reason, has become one of the select items I keep back stock of (on a shelf in my closet, right next to bottles of The Laundress Delicate Wash). Wet your face, massage the concentrate around your eye area, rinse and repeat, expanding outward. At $40 a pop, it’s not cheap, but is so long-lasting that months go by before I’m reaching for that extra bottle.

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  • lucy.

    agree.. it's the best and last SOOOOOO long!

  • http://morellocherry-frostedrosepetals.blogspot.com/ Kate

    i've not tried this one before. UP until now i've been using lancome oil with white tea. (i dont know why my writing turns out in capitals, it wont change for me!)

  • prin

    hi, i use really long-lasting, waterproof stuff for my eyes that most of the cleansers that say they do both often 1) don't get it all out, i'm still left with dark smudges/stains or 2) in the rubbing process it ends up in my eyes and stinging like mad.
    do you think this cleanser will work with waterproof eye makeup?
    (right now, i use bobbi brown longwear gel eyeliner, this waterproof liquid liner by majorlica majorca, fiber/waterproof mascara)

    by the way, LOVE your blog. SO many items i'm really interested in now but it's gonna be hard finding them here in Bangkok. anyways, great work!


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