I have consistently resorted to using Rodial Bee Venom cleansing balm during the autumn, winter and spring.
I massage 1 pump of the cleansing balm onto my dry face and neck. I then splash water on my hands and massage on my face to allow the balm to emulsify (transforms into a milky colour), wetting my hands again if needed. I then wet 2 cotton pads (one per side of face), in warm water (squeeze flat between palms) and wipe over each side of my face to remove the milky cleanser.
I repeat cleanse, but this time, splash warm water on my face, and instead of using cotton pads, I follow with a warm damp muslin cloth.
A few winters ago, my skin looked dull, dehydrated (emphasising my fine lines and wrinkles), skin feeling pretty dry and tight, developed flakey and red patches. I knew I had to switch to a balm cleanser, and one that would help me combat many of these concerns.
Rodial Bee Venom balm cleanser does exactly that, it earned it’s place on my bathroom shelf. It leaves my skin clean, hydrated, but not greasy, softer, my face looks more awake, brighter and spot free.