James Davis

BeautyCounter Cleansing Balm Reviews - What Is It?

WARNING: DO NOT BUY BeautyCounter Cleansing Balm Until You Read This Review!
Is it a Scam? Does It Really Work? Check Ingredients, Side Effects and More!

BeautyCounter Cleansing Balm is a product that claims to penetrate deep into your skin and to hydrate it properly while cleansing it, removing different impurities and makeup. It promises to never strip away moisture and due to vitamin C to brighten the look of your skin. Cranberry and raspberry seed oils are used to hydrate the skin. The formula can also be used as a nourishing face mask. As a bonus you are promised to get a reusable 100% muslin cloth that works softly and easily on skin. According to the official website of the company, women who used the product showed a considerable increase in skin hydration after 8 hours. However, this study included only 25 subjects and was conducted by the company, thus it cannot be called independent.

The company behind the product, Beautycounter, is not very reputable or popular; however, offers a refreshing line for skincare products. The research team claims to hand pick the necessary ingredients for creating beautiful blends without the use of questionable or harmful ingredients. You are expected to see the first visible results after a few months of using the BeautyCounter Cleansing Balm. The manufacturer claims that the texture of the product is just right for a cleanser. The smell is said to be also pleasant. To use the product, you will need to scoop out an almond sized amount and gently rub it all over the face and neck in circular motions. You may wipe it clean with a warm washcloth or leave it on for a few minutes, then just wipe it off with a tissue. But is it as safe and effective as claimed by the company? We still have to answer this question and the best way to do it is by taking a look at the real customer reviews available online. But at first we are going to study the ingredients used in the product.

Ingredients of BeautyCounter Cleansing Balm - Does It Really Work? Is It a Scam?

Speaking about the ingredients used in BeautyCounter Cleansing Balm, it is necessary to say that each component represents the company's commitment to safety in cosmetics and skincare products. At least this is what the manufacturer claims; however, we will need to learn about possible side effects of the product in the next section of this review. So, the hole ingredient list includes Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Wax, Glyceryl Stearate SE, Cetearyl Alcohol, Polyglyceryl-3 Cocoate, Mangifera Indica (Mango) Seed Butter, Silica Silylate, Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Rubus Idaeus (Raspberry) Seed Oil, Tocopherol (Vitamin E), Vaccinium Macrocarpon (Cranberry) Seed Oil, Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate, Artemisia Pallens (Davana) Flower Oil, Mimosa Tenuiflora Bark Extract, Anthemis Nobilis (Chamomile) Flower Oil, Rosa Damascena (Rose) Flower Oil, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Magnolia Champaca (Joy Perfume Tree) Flower Oil, Phenoxyethanol, Aqua/Water/Eau.

BeautyCounter Cleansing Balm

As you can see, there are many chemical ingredients in BeautyCounter Cleansing Balm, which means that they can be potentially harmful for the skin and cause some allergic reactions. Why have they added all those unnecessary chemicals to the product? What is good, though, is that it contains no fake or artificial fragrances which can be highly irritating to the skin. It is recommended to use the Cleansing Balm once a day before going to bed; however, you may use it any time when you feel like pampering your skin in high need of moisture. It contains coconut oil, so your skin may be a bit oily after its usage. If you have tried coconut oil to cleanse your face before, you probably know that pleasant smell of coconut. Let us take a look at possible side effects of the product, as well as at the actual customers' reviews left online.

Customer Reviews - Does It Have Any Side Effects?

The manufacturer of BeautyCounter Cleansing Balm keeps silent when it comes to possible side effects and adverse reactions associated with its usage. However, some users reported experiencing irritation, redness, itching and swelling associated with the use of the product. There is a great number of customer reviews about the balm on third-party websites. They carry a mixed character with numerous negative opinions. The customers say that it is a too expensive makeup remover and in many cases it doesn't even remove the BC mascara. One user writes in her online testimonial that she bought this balm after talking to her BC consultant. She wanted to know whether it would remove the BC mascara she bought a few months before. That mascara was really difficult to remove, so the woman wanted to know if this product would do the job. After trying it several times, she doesn't think it is good, since it failed to remove the mascara. The woman felt disappointed. It is high time to take a look at the real reviews left online by the users of the product.

"I was very excited to try Beauty Counter Cleansing Balm because of all the positive reviews about it. I was looking to use it as an overnight mask more than a cleanser. However, it did not leave my face feeling hydrated and smooth when I woke up in the morning. I have a combo type of skin and my face was tight and dry. I liked how it felt the first time I put it on, but as it stayed on my face, it started to get an unpleasant smell I did not like. I do not understand why my skin had this reaction, but still I decided to return the product because it was drying to my face."

"At first I loved BeautyCounter Cleansing balm. The product was delivered to me really fast and I liked its quality. Then I ordered it for the second time, but the product that arrived seems completely different. It leaves a film, it is waxier and doesn't wash off, it's. It does not correspond to the product's description. I returned the item to the company."

"BeautyCounter softens my skin quite well but what I hate about this product it that it is too oily. After applying it I am afraid of lying onto my pillow. I still have to use it because it it is very expensive but I wish it finishes faster. I have to use a soap cleanser in the morning to get rid of all the oil on my face. Sometimes I feel itchiness and irritation on my skin. To avoid its getting in to my eyes I go to bed with closed eyes."

Where To Buy BeautyCounter Cleansing Balm?

The product cannot be found in traditional stores. To buy it you will need to visit the company's official online store or any of retail stores selling the product. The price for the Cleansing Balm is $80 for 2.75 oz tub. Its price on www.beautycounter.com is also $80.

My Final Summary

BeautyCounter Cleansing Balm does not seem to be a worthy product. It is associated with a negative customer reputation with a number of complaints. The users report that it is too greasy and oily in texture, thus it can only be used before going to be. It is very hard to wipe off and does not remove makeup ideally. When using a Toner after cleansing, you can still see some makeup on the cotton ball. Some people complain of experiencing side effects such as irritation, redness and pimples on the skin. A number of customers felt like a film left on their face after using the product. The price is a little steep compared to similar products. With all this in mind, I cannot recommend BeautyCounter Cleansing Balm to usage.