It was clear this was going to be an au natural and eco friendly love romance...

You can check out Milk and Honey's lovely review for Moa Daily Cleansing Ritual here

I’m always on the look out for products that will help me get healthy, clean skin. Especially when it comes to the face and getting a good cleanser. Living in London and wearing make up can take a toll on the skin, so it’s really important to have a cleanser that actually works and gets all the knitty gritty out, especially if you wear make up regularly. So from the offset I was excited to try out Moa’s Daily cleansing ritual. Packaged beautiful in recyclable packaging it was clear this was going to be an au natural and eco friendly love romance. I’ve been using this product for the past few weeks and can honestly say my skin has been left feeling moisturised, fresh and revitalised. I really love this product! The only thing I would add, is more bamboo cloths to the package…

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MOA The green balm Great for an all rounder balm for anyone who is spends a little time in the outback, on the go, or have little ones around. For lightly chapped or flaking skin this works some wonders. This is great for when you have cold and have been blowing your nose too much, it’ll heal the chapped skin at the outer of the nose, and even on the inside (seriously it does). Lightly dab with q-tip

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Beauty intern Lucy says: “This is by far the best hot cloth cleanser that I’ve used. Probably because it cleanses AND tones, plus the included cloth is more like a flannel. The balm turns to oil when warmed up in the hands and is then removed using said cloth that’s been dipped in hot water. The directions say to press it against the face, which apparently steams away the oil and any impurities. Then you dip the cloth in cold water and press it against the face again – this tones the face and closes the pores. It easily and gently removed the masses of eye makeup I insist on wearing on a daily basis and left my skin feeling super soft and thoroughly cleansed. I just wish it came with more than one cloth."

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