Tried & Tested: Balm Balm

In my Beauty Post I asked you to recommend some of your favourite products and one reader recommended Balm Balm – thank you Leanne!  They got in touch with me to sample their products – always a welcome surprise.  Not only did I receive a beautiful package, but the products within were amazing.  

I love recommendations as they come with some warranted experience and success stories especially in the form of magic potions and lotions that can help a gal’s beauty routine along.  Put away your cucumber slices and homemade masks!  Balm Balm is the UK’s leading 100% Organic Skincare company – in case you needed some context and it is available in South Africa!

I received:
1 >  Hand Balm:  Perfect for dry, cracked hands and tender cuticles.  My crafting and often physical work leave my hands lacklustre...the hand balm was a welcome solution to ragged cuticles.

2 >  Little Miracle Rosehip Serum:  It is made using the finest carrier oils so it slips straight in, leaving no greasy residue. 

3 >  Tea Tree Lip Balm:  To moisturise and nourish lips.  It is also antibacterial and antiviral so can help to clear up all sorts of little problems. 

4 >  Fragrance Free Face Balm:  Ideal for extremely sensitive skins.  So gentle that it can even be used on new born babies and is safe for pregnant ladies.

I have really enjoyed using all of the products and their unique and pretty packaging makes them perfect to display on my dressing table.  The two products that have really stood our though, are the Rosehip Serum aptly named Little Miracle and the Face Balm.  I have exceptionally dry skin and fight a battle with it every day to keep it moisturized and to keep my makeup looking as flawless as I can manage.  The face balm has replaced my night cream and when I awake in the morning and need to prep for the day...my skin is ready (for a change).  I am so impressed and in love with this balm.  I blend a drop of the serum into my moisturizer in the morning and although it is a tiny amount it really helps my skin to stay hydrated for much longer.  This is exceptionally helpful if I have a long day ahead, meeting clients and working away from the office.

These products are now beauty essentials!  Thank you Balm Balm!

Oh and did I mention the prices...they are beyond reasonable.  You would expect organic, natural skincare to cost a fortune, the prices are affordable even on a beauty budget.  

To add some Balm Balm magic to your life email Susan Rowan for stockists and orders in South Africa.

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