Suti Facial Cleansing Balm




After lusting over this product for awhile I decided to give in and purchase this on Spirit Beauty Lounge. I have been using it every single night since receiving it. Suffer from dry, sensitive and/or dull skin? This may just be your new secret skincare weapon.

Suti Facial Cleansing Balm is made with Avocado, Sunflower and Apricot Kernel Oils that all help to purify the skin. Unrefined Shea Butter creates a grainy texture (which melts on contact) and intensely nourishes the skin while protecting and removing dead skin cells. Olive Oil helps to soothe and calm inflammation and Calendula helps to heal and tighten up the pores! Let’s not forget the powerful and deliciously fragrant essential oils of Lavender and Citrus that make this balm smell so good you almost want to eat it!

This decadent cleansing balm will leave your skin feeling soft, supple and oh so hydrated. If you have oily skin you may not even need to use a moisturizer after cleansing with this balm. It leaves over a light cast of moisture that doesn’t ever look or feel greasy. It makes your skin soft to the touch, I know this because I have to stop myself from touching my face after I use this balm because my skin just feels so smooth!

Upon application, this sumptuous cleanser bursts into a silky, uplifting oil that melts instantly into the skin, penetrating the dermis and drawing out impurities, cleansing the skin of dirt, pollutants and make-up.


Ingredients: Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter*, Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Seed Butter, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil*, Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil*, Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil*, Cera Alba (Unrefined Beeswax)*, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter*, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil*, Limonene**, Calendula Officinalis Flower Extract*, Citrus Aurantifolia (Lime) Oil*, Citrus Reticula (Mandarin) Oil*, Tocopherol, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil*, Pelargonium X Graveolens (Geranium) Flower Oil*, Linalool**, Geraniol**, Citronellol** * Certified Organic   ** Naturally occurring in essential oils

Added bonus? A free muslin cloth is included. I find myself looking forward to the nightly ritual of using this balm with the muslin cloth. I use a small amount of the balm, massage it into my skin (I don’t usually dampen my skin first) the scent of calming lavender and reviving citrus instantly calm my skin and mood. Because this balm contains citrus I wouldn’t recommend it for usage around the eye area but with that said I have used it to remove eye makeup and have never experienced an irritation. Just be cautious if you do try it around the eyes!


Directions: Using a spatula, apply a small amount onto fingertips and massage into damp skin. Wet a clean muslin with hand-hot water and wring damp before carefully removing the cleanser using small brisk circular movements all over the face and neck in a downward movement to promote toxin elimination and lymphatic drainage. Repeat 2-3 times to ensure all traces of dirt and make-up are removed.

Notes: If you have more time, apply as you would a face mask and relax in the bath, allowing the active ingredients and steam from the bath to open up and intensively deep cleanse the pores. Remove with a warm, damp muslin cloth and refresh the skin with cool, clean water or toner.


You can purchase the Suti Facial Cleansing Balm on Spirit Beauty Lounge for $49.00


Have you ever tried the Suti Facial Cleansing Balm or any other Cleansing Balm? What are your thoughts on cleansing balms? Please share your thoughts in the comments!



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17 thoughts on “Suti Facial Cleansing Balm

    1. I think you’d love this. For dry skin, up your water intake. Use nourishing oils like avocado oil or olive oil. This cleansing balm would help a lot for you. My skin gets super dry and sensitive too but this balm helps a lot. Also make sure not to over cleanse or exfoliate your face because that can make your skin drier and more sensitive

    1. I am a huge fan of cleansing balms too! This is a must have. Have you ever tried Stark Skincare’s Grapefruit Cleansing Balm? that’s another favorite of mine. What are your favorites?

    1. Ah it’s hard to compare because they are honestly both amazing and I recommend both. I would say they are similar as in texture and they both have a citrus smell. I think if I had to choose one it would be the Suti because I like the choice of oils better – olive and avocado, etc. They work better for my sensitive skin but the Stark smells unlike anything else I’ve ever used.. soo delicious

    1. This doesn’t leave over an oil residue if you use a mild cleanser after it or if you wash really well with a cloth. I personally like to leave a slight residue over as my skin tends to be very dry but you definitely don’t have to have the oil residue!

  1. I use this on my eczema prone face and neck and its great! Removes all dirt as well as leaving my skin feeling nourished, no tight feeling like many foam and water based cleansers do. Read my review on my blog

    Expensive but worth it!

  2. Hi! Have you tried De Mamiel cleansing balm? If so, what is your take on it compared to Suti’s? I have sensitive/combination skin with hormonal breakouts and currently using Erborian cleansing balm with Yuli Halcyon afterwards. I’m looking for a cleansing balm with better ingredients that can help with minor acne & redness, while moisturizing. De Mamiel and Suti both have great ingredients but I’m not sure which would suit me best. Would appreciate your thoughts!

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