What is the difference between the Reviving Cleansing Cream and Brilliant Balm?

Both products can be used in your daily skincare routine, they are both cleansers but with different purposes.     

Our Reviving Cleansing Cream is a rinse-off cleanser that cannot be left on the skin. It can be used both morning and night. It is a cream and oil-based cleanser which is lighter in weight than the balm.  

It contains anti-inflammatory properties to help reduce redness, blemishes and problematic skin. It is anti-ageing and repairs and hydrates skin.  

You need to apply this to damp hands and skin and then use with a wet Lucy Bee muslin cloth or cotton pads to wipe away the cleansing cream and impurities it has lifted.  

  

Our Brilliant Balm is multipurpose. It can be used as a leave-on product to moisturise dry skin (overnight mask/balm and on dry areas), as well as a deeply nourishing and rich cleansing balm that can be used morning and night (morning – great way of boosting your skin’s hydration and getting the oxygen and blood pumping. Evening – makeup remover and more of a luxury, relaxing evening balm).  

You need to apply it to dry hands, warm the product up and then apply to dry skin. Massage into the skin and then wipe off with a wet Lucy Bee muslin cloth/cotton pad.  

It helps improve firmness, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and is intensely nourishing, soothing and skin-protecting. It is great for sensitive skin, dry skin and as an anti-ageing product as it really locks in the moisture.   

  

Both products remove makeup. 

 

Shop our Brilliant Balm and Reviving Cleansing Cream here

About Lucy Bee

Lucy Bee is a lifestyle brand selling food, skincare and soap products all completely free from palm oil and with minimal use of plastic. Lucy Bee is concerned with Fair Trade, organic, ethical and sustainable living, recycling and empowering people to make informed choices and select quality, natural products for their food and their skin.

Any information provided by us is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. We always recommend referring your health queries to a qualified medical practitioner.


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