All Clean Balm 50ml
Balm-Oil-Milk Transforming Cleansing Balm!
Easily and quickly melts down waterproof makeups, impurities, and other excess that has been layered throughout the day. No need to double cleanse! No more hurting eyes with this super gentle cleanser!
✔ Do-it-all cleanser for waterproof makeups, dirt, blackheads - Quickly dissolves into oil when in contact with skin and clean everything.
✔ No more tears left to cry for eye-hurting cleansers - Super gentle cleanser for sensitive eyes.
✔ Low-irritation and vegan formula for sensitive to all skin types.
✔ Scoop out for your mani - Convenient mini spoon included in the one-touch package.
✔ A spa-like experience - Contains a mild herbal fragrance that does not linger on the skin.
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All Clean Balm 50ml
This balm is amazing. It smells nice, feels great on the skin especially after adding a splash of water, removes all my eye makeup without me rubbing my eyes excessively, and doesn’t leave an oily residue on my skin. I also love the spatula because I have long nails!
This balm removes makeup well and leaves my face feeling moisturized. I have dry skin so I need a cleanser that doesn’t strip my skin. I also appreciate that it has no fragrance.
the best cleansing balm ive ever used!! emulsifies immediately and feels so nice, doesn’t leave the skin tight or dry
I received this complimentary in exchange for my honest review. I was very excited to try this because I’d heard it’s great and I was not disappointed. It’s a lightly citrusy scented solid balm that melts into an oil as you massage it into your skin. It takes all my makeup and sunscreen off very well, even mascara. It’s a very gentle way of taking makeup off since I don’t have to rub my eyes with a cotton pad or towel. I like to scoop out about the size of a chickpea and massage it into my dry skin. I lightly massage some into my lashes and eyelids and then let it sit there to break down the eye makeup while I massage it into the other parts of my face. Then I go back to the eyes at the end and lightly massage until my eyelashes feel like there’s no more mascara. Then I wet my hands and massage everywhere again to emulsify the oil. Then I rinse it all off. I like that I am able to open my eyes during the process and it doesn’t sting or make them very blurry.
The scent is really nice. I am not sensitive to essential oils so I am fine with them being in the ingredients. The scent of them makes this feel a little more luxurious than my more basic oil cleansing balms.
The top layer of the balm doesn’t melt down into an oil as well as the rest. I got a few chunks here and there, but once I used enough to get past that top film then the texture was very nice and like a sherbert.
I like that there is a space under the top lid to store the included spatula. It took me a couple times of use to figure out the logistics of scooping with the spatula, then rinsing and drying the spatula with one hand (since the other now had the balm), then putting the lids and spatula back. I don’t really need a spatula tbh, because I always wash my hands before scooping out product, but if you like using a spatula then it’s definitely nice for it to have a little storage place.
My skin feels clean and calm after using this. It’s not that squeaky clean feeling that means my skin is being stripped but it doesn’t leave a film or residue either. It just cleans my skin and leaves it…just plain skin as it should be. It doesn’t leave a fragrance.
If you buy the 120ml this is one of the less expensive oil cleansing balms. It feels luxurious though because of its gentle glide and it’s light, pleasant scent. So as long as you are ok with essential oils then I would recommend this balm.
*note - there is a little of the waterproof eyeliner still left on my hand in the picture. I did this test with 2 other cleansing balms that I own and none of them took it all the way off. I don’t normally wear waterproof eyeliner so I don’t usually have this problem. I also always double cleanse by using a water based cleanser after an oil based one. I also did the test with micellar water and that did take all the eyeliner off.
As you may know the Heimish All Clean cleansing balm is an oil-based cleanser so before you do anything remember you'll need a water-based cleanser too to follow up with after using this. A water-based face cleanser I recommend is the Sweet Chef oat milk latte face cleanser (in case you need any ideas), Sweet Chef, is another Korean skincare brand in case you' re wondering. It's very gentle and nourishing, you'll love it.
Obviously this cleansing balm works great for getting makeup off and then cleansing your face. I thought it was surprisingly quite effective! Because you know what I mean, skincare products, often advertise something as makeup melting but sometimes they don't take it off as easily. Heimish's cleansing balm does I could even see it working while I massaged it into my face and had my eyes wide open. No, it doesn't burn though I figured it might, pretty surprising.
The consistency is buttery and it starts to melt upon contact with water and then mixes with your makeup until it comes off. Then once you wash it off you're done. It isn't drying and I found it pretty amazing to tell you the truth. Not only that but their packaging is simple but quite pretty!
Given how good Heimish's cleansing balm is I would be curious to try their other offerings to see if I like anything else.