|This is the bottom of the pot|
I've mostly been using this as a make-up remover. A small (5p piece) is enough to take off all my make-up, including eye make-up (even heavier make-up) and mascara. I apply to dry skin, massage in to emulsify the make-up and grime, then remove with a muslin cloth dampened with warm water before splashing with cool water. I generally prefer to follow with a facial wash and then moisturiser/night treatment, but when I've had a few really late nights I've just used the Coconut Cream to cleanse all over, splashed with water and left my evening routine there. I wouldn't do this every night (I like my treatments too much) but on the nights that I've done this my skin didn't feel tight and I didn't have any adverse effects in the morning.
|Should have taken the photo before I'd used half the pot!|
The only caution I'd give is with the packaging. At high temperatures, coconut oil is liquid, and I've found that the lid is not completely leak-proof if you chuck it in a wash bag while the product is liquid. I wouldn't travel in hot temperatures with this product without decanting it into something like a Muji pot or bottle. I also find it easier to control the amount I take out of the pot and use when it is in its solid form, so in very warm weather I've been keeping it in the fridge when I'm not using it.
rms Beauty Raw Coconut Cream is available in the UK from www.beingcontent.com and costs £12.50 for 70g.
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