Papaya For A Pretty Face

It seems as though, since the beginning of time, I have been searching for ways to effectively, yet gently clean the make-up off my face. Most specifically, that made to last waterproof mascara. Great for crying; not so great for cleaning off.

I have tried coconut oil, which put a constant foggy film all over my contact lenses and eyes. It was frustrating trying to clean off and I ended up winking at everyone just by trying to see what was beyond the fog! I have also tried micellar water. That took a good amount of painful rubbing with cotton pads to remove all traces of black from my eyes.

Enter in…the Holy Grail of mascara and makeup remover! Papaya Sorbet Enzyme Cleansing Balm from Glow Recipe. I can thank Ipsy for discovering yet another favorite product. I fell in love with this product so much and went on to purchase it’s full size and many other items from their skincare line.

Thanks to Glow Recipe, I’ve learned about double cleansing, natural fruit peels, and how fun and smelly-good my skincare routine can be! I actually look forward to cleaning my face day and night. It’s become a form of “me time”.

This cleansing balm is filled with good for you ingredients, such as papaya enzymes, blueberry extract, and apricot oil. It is vegan, cruelty free, and doesn’t have any of those nasty additives.

So, guess what?! I love this product sooooo much that I want to share it with you! Comment back here afterwards and let me know if you enjoyed it.

Sample Size (10Ml) and Full size (100ml valued at $32)

Enter below for a sample size (10ml) and maybe you’ll be hooked on clean, fresh and glowing skin, too!

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