Tuesday, 6 March 2018

Balmkind Lip Balm

As far as I am concerned you can never have too many lip balms in your handbag, on your desk or on your bedside table and it is a product that I use all year round whatever the weather, it is also a product I use every single day, multiple times a day.

Balmkind Lip Balm
Balmkind is a lip balm which is formulated without parabens, mineral oils, petrolatum, lanolin, palm oil or phthalates and instead in their place, you will find rich skin loving ingredients which leave your lips feeling soft, hydrated, nourished and soothed. An interesting story behind the company rings true for me, I am under 50 and I do suffer from pesky cold sores which seem to appear when I am feeling run down or have been poorly. Balmkind state:

A life-long battle with chapped, parched and troubled lips was the inspiration behind balmkind. We aren’t alone in that battle – according to the World Health Organisation*, two-thirds of the world’s population under 50 has the virus that causes cold sores, resulting in misery for lips.
Taking two years to get the formulation right, Balmkind uses antioxidant-rich Alpine Rose and this gives the balm a beautiful delicate floral scent which I really really like. The balm itself is luxuriously rich and whilst it isn't sticky or tacky on the lips, it does have a fairly thick texture which melts onto the lips as you apply it. Making use of a slanted applicator for precise application, I have found that using this balm does help with keeping my lips hydrated and nourished.

Balmkind Lip Balm
Balmkind Lip Balm
Other ingredients within this balm include soothing liquorice root, lipid-rich pomegranate sterols, vitamin E, oat lipids and Lysine (an essential amino acid) work to soothe and protect your lips.  It is also worth noting that Antioxidant-rich Alpine Rose, Lysine (an essential Amino Acid) and soothing Licorice Root contain properties which studies have shown may reduce the occurrence of cold sores, something I am always wanted to avoid the occurrence of.

This balm can be purchased for £12 from the Balmkind website and if you are in need of a new lip balm or simply want something that does nourish your lips, then this one is worthy of trying.








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13 comments:

  1. I didn’t know these could help prevent cold sores! I had one last week - they are the WORST!!!! ��
    Chantelle x
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  2. This sounds like a really gorgeous formula and the fact that it helps to prevent cold sores is amazing! xx

    Beautylymin

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  3. That's amazing that this can help prevent cold sores! I agree that you definitely can't have too many lip balms!

    carriefi.co.uk

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  4. It sounds like a great lip balm x

    www.ofbeautyandnothingness.co.uk

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  5. I cannot live without lip balm, my lips seems to suffer whatever the weather. This sounds ideal for keeping chapped lips at bay

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  6. This sounds dreamy and the lughgvrose floral scent sounds right up my street x

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  7. My lip balm cpllection has doubled in size this Winter. My poor lips are really suffering. This sounds like a fab one.

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  8. I need to give this a go! I’m a lip balm queen ahaha! Xx

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  9. These sound fabulous! Thanks for sharing

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  10. I'll need to let my mum know about this one, she has cold sores all the time and hates them :( She would love this! Might be a pick for mothers day! :)

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  11. I recently de cluttered my makeup collection and realised how many lip balms i owned haha. I got rid of alot and kept my favourites.


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  12. I have so many lip balms in my collection, and always seem to buy more as my lips can get super dry in the cold weather. I love the sound of this x

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  13. This sounds fab - my lips are always dry and I get through a tonne of lip balm so it would be great to have one that might prevent cold sores too

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