Tuesday, 25 June 2019

Bowe Organics Lash Oil and Lip Rescue Balm Review

I love discovering new brands, especially the ones you don't see plastered all over your social media, though most of the time they deserve to be.  Bowe Organics is one of those brands, founded by Diane Bowe, a freelance hairdresser living in London.  She stumbled into the world of Organic beauty when she started to use organic colours and products for her hairdressing back in 2012. This is where her passion fuelled journey began.

I was kindly sent two items from the collection which includes a Lash Oil and a Lip Rescue Balm and both products are Vegan, cruelty-free and packed full of amazing ingredients.
Bowe Organics Lash Oil and Lip Rescue Balm Review
The Lash Oil (£19.99) is described as being for everyone who wants beautiful hydrated lashes and I love that it comes packaged inside a bottle which features a pipette to ensure the application is really easy. I have used quite a few lash products over the years and whilst one or two have irritated my eyes, this one hasn't at all. 

Using the pipette, the idea is that you apply one or two drops to your fingertips and then gently massage into clean, dry eyelashes taking care not to get into the eyes. Diane claims that it works best when applied on an evening before bedtime.
Bowe Organics Lash Oil
Bowe Organics Lash Oil pipette
Packed with a whole host of luxury ingredients which includes organic castor oil which can help thicken and lengthen lashes, Jojoba Oil which penetrates deep into the follicle and because there is a high content of vitamins A, D and E it is extremely hydrating. Also included is:
  • Vitamin E Oil which is high in antioxidants and works to protect
  • Rosehip Oil which is rich in Omega 6 fatty acid and Vitamin A which helps to replenish. It is also easily absorbed and incredibly lightweight.
As this is an oil, you only need a maximum of two drops for both sets of lashes and it is non-greasy and absorbs much quicker than I had expected it too and it can also be used on your brows too.

The Lip Rescue Balm (£6) is packaged inside this handy pot and is described as being incredibly hydrating for the lips.  Each balm is hand poured rather than being mass produced, so it might not always look perfect when you open it.
Bowe Organics Lip Rescue Balm
Bowe Organics Lip Rescue Balm Review
The Lip Rescue Balm is solid inside the pot, but as soon as you rub your finger over the top, it melts on contact. Once on the lips, there is no greasy, sticky or tacky feeling, just instant moisture and hydration.

Again, the balm is packed some amazing ingredients and they include Raspberry Seed Oil which is known for its anti-ageing properties, Almond Oil which helps to rejuvenate and Shea and Cocoa Butter which are both known for their super hydrating properties. Also included is Almond Oil which acts as an emollient, skin soother and softener.

I am really liking getting to know both of these products, I have been using the Lash Oil for a good 6 weeks now and what I have noticed is less breakage when I use mascara, so over the next few weeks, I am hoping to see other notable differences.  The lip balm isperfect for dry, chapped lips and because of the size of the pot, it is perfect for having in your bag.

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  1. I like the idea of a lash oil x


  2. I like the idea of the lash oil as I'm not a huge fan of the way that my lashes look x

  3. I've never tried a lash oil before but it's a fantastic idea when you think about what we put them though!

    Roxie | thebeautifulbluebird.com

  4. A girl can never have too many lip balms. Seems like a lovely product! :)

  5. Okay I need the lip balm! Hay-fever is ruining my lips at the mo x

  6. The Balm sounds really great, I have just finished my balm, so will have a look at this!

  7. Sounds perfect for my ultra dry summer lips! x

  8. I really love the sound of the lash oil! xx



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