Moa the green balm
Moa the green balm
Moa the green balm, well it’s a green balm, very light green, almost minty green, but anyway enough about the colour what the hell is it?
Moa is a 100% natural healing balm, with 100% organic herbs!
So moa calms, nourishes, renews and protects the skin, anywhere on your body, face and down.
Its suitable for treating areas of dry, fragile and sensitive skin and it soothes bumps and grazes, the moa balm can also be used as a facial cleanser (sounds strange I know, more later) or as an aftershave balm, it leaves skin nourished, toned and balanced (great for acnegenic skin)
So how do I use it? Well I do indeed use it as a facial cleanser and it’s quite strange to get used to, I do have blemish prone skin and so this was concerning to put on my face, however the ingredients helped reassure;
Sweet almond oil
Yarrow (the miracle worker, what moa is based on)
Tea tree oil (great for acne or blemishes)
So as you can see the ingredient list is short there are no preservatives (perfect) and nothing else added all natural organic, 100%.
So for the cleanse (read guide on how to perform the moa cleanse), great skin was left soft, not tight at all and felt nourished, this is one where you could probably get away with no moisturiser as the product does leave some essential oil on the skin locking in more moisture than after washing applying to towel dried skin.
So good things, I arose to find my face with no new blemishes forming only the previous ones slightly larger and others healing, after several weeks of use my skin did still feel nourished and oil production was much less and blemishes diminished, HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY.
So if you want this to try I found mine at
www.feelunique.com for £8.50 (I purchased the gift edition as you can see in the pictures, I’m not sure this is still sold on site, but it consisted of a drawstring bag and a muslin cloth, with the 50ml product) there is also a 20ml for £4.30