The packaging is simple and fits the brand well. It's a pot that comes with a small spectacular which helps with the application of the product as well as keeping it hygienic. The ingredients in this balm are very good as well as it being paraben free. It contains a mixture of olive, basil and lavender oil which gives it a pleasant, natural scent.
The balm itself is yellow and your classic balm texture. It's thick and starts to melt as it warms up on the skin. It contains beads that help to exfoliate the skin which don't feel harsh on the skin. Then the balm starts to turn into an oil on the skin. I like to warm it up a little in my fingers first then apply the product to the skin. I massage it into the face and it starts to melt away any dirt on the skin as well as excess makeup. I found it safe to use around the eyes without an irritation as well.
After rinsing away my skin feels so clean, soft and nourished. The oils in the balm help to hydrate the skin which would make it great for dry skin. My skin is combinational and it's been working really well for my skin type. I found it's helped to soften the skin and adding some brightness to my dull, Winter skin.
I've been really impressed by this balm and it's been working really well for my skin. It might be a little too rich if you have oily, acne prone skin but I think if you are dry or dehydrated you would love this.
Temple Spa In The Beginning Deep Cleansing Melt* retails for £28 for 60g and is available at www.templespa.com.
Have you tired this balm? What are some of your favourite Temple Spa products and what should I try next?