Balm Balm Organic Skincare

*This post was originally from the Love Lula Blog*

Balm Balm have added a few new products to their range and all of them are now available on Love Lula. It is a 100% Soil Association certified organic brand that makes simple yet effective products at a great price point.

The newest addition to the range is the Beauty Balm which is 100% organic. It is full of beautiful oils such as sunflower, rosehip, jojoba and borage, along with beeswax and shea butter. It’s a really soft balm that melts down when you apply to the skin. It can be used as a cleanser, a moisturiser and an exfoliator when used with the muslin cloth that comes with it. The balm removes my makeup easily without leaving a greasy residue on the skin. However, I personally do prefer using a fluffy warm flannel to remove my makeup rather than the muslin cloth!

The uses don’t stop there though. This balm can be used all-over: as a lip balm for soft lips, as a nourishing hand and nail balm. Or you can even do a little DIY by mixing it with some caster sugar and start exfoliating!

Another addition to their ever-growing line is the Little Miracle Rosehip Serum. Rosehip is a truly wonderful ingredient that is rich in antioxidants. This serum also has a blend of jojoba, borage oils along with essential oils of frankincense, rose geranium, palmarosa, juniper and mandarin. All of these organic ingredients work well to rejuvenate and moisturise your skin.

Balm Balm have also added a few body oils to the range. I have been using the Rose Geranium body oil, which is an organic blend of rose geranium, mandarin, lavender and ylang ylang. These essential oils help to release tension and are very relaxing. The essential oils are infused into a blend of evening primrose, peach kernel, rosehip and jojoba oils – nothing more. A truly simple yet effective oil that moisturises my skin and sinks in quickly.

Another addition to the range are body balms. There is even a fragrance-free option for those who have sensitive skin or may react to essential oils. There is also a Starter Kit, which is a great way of discovering the brand and a couple of Floral Water Hydrosols. Balm Balm’s products are certified by the Soil Association, the UK’s leading certifying body for organic skincare and food. Their ingredients are simple yet effective and the price point is great – a brand definitely worth checking out!


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