At The Style Blog, we love make-up! Some days it’s light and simple, and other days it’s everything in our kits and more.
Regardless of the make-up style we’re wearing, there’s something about getting to the end of the day and removing it all that is very satisfying.
That’s why when we were introduced to this new make-up remover it was a game changer. Dizzolv’It – MakeUp Melt Cleansing Balm does just that and more. It’s soft and creamy, and immediately it touches your face you can feel your make-up literally melting off your skin. A quick massage and a rinse later and Dizzolv’It leaves your skin feeling clean and hydrated with no need for a moisturiser.
The marketing blurb on the box says
Melt away your daily dose of grime, dirt and all traces of makeup in an instant! Dizzolv’it Makeup Melt Cleansing balm dissolves sunscreen, foundation and even the most resilient waterproof makeup thoroughly to leave your skin clean, supple, and luminously radiant. The balm type texture responds to body temperature and melts into silky liquid that deep cleanses and rinses off completely. Gentle and mild, this cleanser will not dry or irritate the skin. The powerful antioxidant ingredients let you soothe, refresh and indulge all at once!
Removes all kinds of tenacious waterproof makeup, sunscreen, and foundation completely without drying or stripping your skin.
Once turns into liquid, this cleanser glides on effortlessly on your face without dripping and offers soothing effects.
Super hydrating ingredients such as aloe vera and calendula flower extract will leave your skin supple and hydrated for a long period of time.
For once, it’s not hyperbole, and that’s why Dizzolv’It – MakeUp Melt Cleansing Balm is one of the ‘Things We <3’
WIN one of the THINGS WE LOVE
We think you’ll love Dizzolv’It so much we have 13ml sample size to give away to one lucky person.
Simply comment on our Facebook post which item is your favourite in your make-up kit.
We’ll choose a random winner on Friday. Will be sent to a NZ address only.
The Style Blog was not paid or sponsored