The Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm has got an incredible following, yet for some reason I haven’t tried it, so I’m approaching the Emma Hardie Moringa Renewal Treatment Mask with fresh eyes and not comparing it to the cleanser. The Emma Hardie Moringa Renewal Treatment Mask is designed to provide a number of benefits in a quick and efficient product.
The Emma Hardie Moringa Renewal Treatment Mask is mostly designed to hydrate skin, but it also boosts firmness and radiance. It can be used in the traditional mask format – apply a thick layer, then leave it on for around 15 minutes to do its thing – or you can use it as an overnight treatment by applying a thinner layer and washing it off the next morning. Of course you can also combine the two by applying a thick layer, leaving it for an hour or so before bed to absorb, then sleeping with it on. If used in the first way as a traditional mask, you can then either wash or tissue it off when you’re ready.
My skin was crying out for hydration when I tried this, and it was interesting and reassuring that I applied a thick layer, then just 10 minutes later the majority had absorbed, therefore demonstrating that it’s definitely providing a treatment rather than sitting on the skin surface. I left it on for around 25 minutes before splashing it off. You could definitely use a good, hydrating oil before and after this treatment to maximise the benefits and prolong the hydrating effect. The Emma Hardie Moringa Renewal Treatment Mask is out now, priced at £49 at Marks and Spencer here – link.