Saturday, 5 January 2019

Tropic Skincare Tamanu Healing Balm

If you read my blog regularly, then you will know that I absolutely love Tropic Skin Care. Their mission has always been to create natural, cruelty free products that will genuinely benefit the skin. With no toxic chemicals and instead just using nutritious ingredients you re treated to luxurious, pampering products that always stay true to their ethos.  The latest product that I have just absolutely loved using is the Tamanu Healing Balm.
Tropic Skincare Tamanu Healing Balm Tub
Tropic Skincare Tamanu Green Healing Balm
Originally created for a Tropic Skincare Customer as a remedy to smooth onto their scars after surgery, this Healing Balm has quickly become a bestseller within the Tropic Skincare range and having used it for months, I can see why!  A multipurpose balm is one of those must-have products for me within my skincare arsenal and this balm has so many uses which includes:
  • Soothes sore skin from Psoriasis and Eczema flare-ups
  • Massage onto stretch marks during pregnancy to help them fade
  • Dab onto blemishes before bed to help against inflammation and redness 
  • Apply to help prevent itching against bug bites
  • Condition chapped lips
  • Balance out redness thanks to the greenness of the balm
  • Smooth over sunburn
  • Moisturise dry patches of skin
  • Protect Eczema prone skin
  • Reduce the appearance of scarring after surgery and acne

I had a reaction to a body lotion I had been using and it left an itchy patch of skin on my left arm and I slathered it in this balm and within 2 weeks, the dryness and itchy had disappeared totally and there was no soreness or scarring.  It is rare for me to have a reaction, but this one was quite angry and red, so it was amazing to find something so soothing.

This incredible green balm is made using some amazing ingredients and they include tamanu oil (also known as ‘green gold’), which is a traditional Polynesian remedy that promotes the formation of new tissue and accelerates skin healing. It also has antibacterial and ultra-nourishing properties.  Added to that we have Blackberry Extract which works in harmony with raspberry seed oil to deliver antioxidant benefits to the skin. Cupuacu Butter which is blended with cupuaƧu and cocoa butters to thoroughly hydrate and soothe skin for a smoother, more supple result. You will also find Coconut Oil, Cranberry Seed Oil, Raspberry Seed Oil and Tiare Flower Extract too.

Priced at £32 for a 60ml this balm, as far as I am concerned is worth every single penny, it is an absolute beauty to use, it does what it promises to do and more and my skin absolutely loved it.  It is one of those products you would always want to ensure you have a back up of.







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9 comments:

  1. This sounds like a product that everyone should have in their stash because it has so many uses! xx

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  2. I love a balm which has so many uses, it sounds really versatile!

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  3. Do you think it would help fade stretch marks free pregnancy?

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  4. oh my goodness that sounds incredible! I love Tropic skincare too they are fab!

    Erin || MakeErinOver

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  5. I love Tropic this sounds fantastic! X

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  6. The texture of this looks so soothing!

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  7. It sounds fantastic - I still haven't tried anything from this brand x

    www.ofbeautyandnothingness.co.uk

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  8. This sounds great. I wish I’d had this to hand when I was pregnant! X

    Lauren | www.beautydivisionblog.co.uk

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