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Product Review: Vaishaly Cleansing Balm

A little while ago, I told you about the amazing facial I got at the Vaishaly Clinic in London. After spending a couple of weeks testing out the products at home, I've fallen in love with one stand-out item.

The Vaishaly Cleansing Balm (£59) is a totally unique way to cleanse your skin. It is a creamy clear balm with a powerful aromatic scent that makes you feel like you are in a spa when really, you're just at your bathroom sink. You begin by using it with dry skin and adding water as you rub it in to begin the emollient process.

This also gives you ample time to work on your deep-facial massage (Vaishaly's personal secret and crucial component to great skin). After the balm becomes a little bit more slippery, you wash it off with warm water and the result is a smooth, hydrated, and soft face.

The first time I used it, I felt like my skin had a thick oily layer on the top of it, but after giving it a few more chances, I understood that this is what primes your face for the lotion. It actually keeps it nice and supple, as opposed to leaving you with that dry, flaky feeling after you cleanse.

Now I'm addicted. It's the smell, the feel, the massage, and the results. I've never tried a product like this before, and now I don't want to live without it.


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bailaoragaditana bailaoragaditana 8 years
Hmmm... I'm having wonderful results at more reasonable prices with the Body Shop tea tree range, so I think I'll pass - and also, it just sounds a bit bizarre.
mlen mlen 8 years
for around 120 bucks it better be good! darn exchange rate! next time i'm in london though maybe i'll check it out
aehunter86 aehunter86 8 years
I have combination skin. It didn't make you break-out?
kersalli kersalli 8 years
Sounds interesting but a little to expensive for me right now.
PrincessTracy PrincessTracy 8 years
Mmmm...for that price I'll pass.
Renees3 Renees3 8 years
I hate washing my face, so matter WHAT it feels too dry. I've tried so many different products but it's always so dry! But this sounds interesting, so does the new clarins rumpel2! Thanks!
rumpel2 rumpel2 8 years
is sounds like the new clarins gel cleanser! gel turns into oil as you massage it on dry skin and then milk when you wash off with water...but i have to see lather to feel clean...so i never bought it after tryin the sample.
ccsugar ccsugar 8 years
pish-posh!!
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Sounds interesting...
emalove emalove 8 years
I don't care for scented cleansers...my skin is sensitive and I get nervous that fragrances might irritate it. I also don't think I'd enjoy the "oily layer" feeling on my skin...not sure I could get past that!
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