Monday, 23 September 2013

MOA the green balm


The cold weather is starting to set in, yay. This means more dry patches, EVERYWHERE. Today i felt that i needed to share my all time favourite balm with you guys just in case you are suffering from gross little dry patches like me.

I love the textures of balms, i always feel like they're doing something because the texture is so thick and luxurious. I usually find with moisturisers that are really hydrating comes spots dotted around my forehead- not with this miracle balm! It has some tea tree in it which hydrates whilst fighting spots.

It's a multi-use product, some of the ways i use it:
  • To soften/hydrate my cuticles
  • On spots- the tea tree reduces the redness
  • On your feet (tip: slather on the soles of your feet and pop some socks on before you go to bed and wake up with smooth feet)
  • As a cleanser (Use like the Emma Hardie cleaning balm (here) and just rub into palm until an oil is formed, rub onto face then wipe off with hot flannel)
I know what you're thinking. An amazing product which has amazing effects? I bet it has an amazingly high price tag to go with it... NOPE! It retails for £4.50-£9 which compared to most face balms/cleansing balms is an absolute bargain. I cannot fault this product or recommend it enough! Buy 50ml for £9 (here) or the 15ml for £4.50 (here)
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  1. Ergh, I can definitely identify with the dry patches! In the summer, I get so used to smothering myself in moisturizer, that when it gets colder and I can't moisturize anymore (as it's so cold on my skin!), my skin goes horrible and dry. I will be checking this out as I've never heard of the brand before but you convinced me to get it!

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    1. It's so awesome! Hope you like it, let me know how you get on with it :)

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  2. This sounds like such a good product! How long have you been using it for? And how long does each tub last for? x

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    1. Well i used it all of last winter then stopped using it around late january then started using it again a few weeks ago and still have half left if that helps??

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  4. Great review, definitely have to give this a go!

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  5. Sounds like a great product! Thank you for sharing.

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  6. Never heard of this brand before but this sounds like an awesome little product! Thanks for reviewing it :)

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  7. Oh I love balms too, they feel so rich. This one sounds fantastic!
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  8. I've never heard of the brand before but I like the sound of this product!! I think everyone can relate to the dry patches thing in these seasons!!

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  9. I love multi purpose products!! Wish I could find those here where I live!

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  11. Ooh I've been wanting to try this out for ages but I haven't seen any reviews on it. Even the website doesn't give much information. So thanks for the review :)

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  12. Ooh nice price!! This sounds great!

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  13. dry patches everywhere, YAY! haha you're so funny! darn I really wanna try this but I live in the Philippines *cry*. Thanks for sharing though!

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  14. Oh wow, this sounds fantastic! I've just bought a tub of coconut oil to sort out the dry patches on my skin but it's only small, so perhaps I'll give this a go once it runs out :)

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  16. I enjoyed reading this post, the balm looks good x

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  17. Love this post, its super cute! Would never have thought of using it on my cuticles!



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  20. I'd love to try this! So cheap and versatile!
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  23. Great review! This sounds so tempting since I'm always looking for the perfect face balm!
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  24. Sounds great...can I use this everyday as face cleanser at night ?
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